East Los Angeles College Huskies wins in penalty shootouts against Compton 2(4)-2(2). Compton ended up playing with 10 players on the field, after Compton player, Russel Avila gets sent off with a red card.
COVID-19 had a toe on the East Los Angeles College women’s water polo team. It was a hard season for the team. The Huskies finished the season with a 1-17 record.
Men’s Soccer-An upsetting 2-0 loss for the East Los Angeles College Huskies against Rio Hondo Roadrunners gave the Huskies their eighth loss of the season.
The East Los Angeles College football team snapped its two-game losing streak against Cerritos College, winning 17-14. ELAC’s defense was a major factor in the game. Cerritos’ run game seemed to have an advantage against ELAC’s defense in the first quarter.
During the second game of the Golden West College tournament the Huskies lost 18-3. The East Los Angeles College women’s water polo team struggled to stay afloat, scoring in only 2 of the 4 quarters on Saturday. They currently are 0-5.
The Huskies lost their fourth football game of the season to Long Beach City College, 24-6.
This is their second loss in a row, and they are now 3-4 on the season.
The rushing game led the Vikings to the Huskies territory. A 30-yard play-action pass to a wide-open receiver, Zack Leets, gave the Vikings the lead early in the first quarter, 7-0.
East Los Angeles College Soccer coach Eddie Flores’ goal this year is for the team to stay healthy. The other goal for the team is to “finish in the top four” this year, Flores said. In 2019 the ELAC Huskies finished the season with four wins, 12 losses and five draws.
The men’s soccer team hosted Cypress College this past Friday and experienced a rollercoaster of emotions in their loss at home.
By Cerwin D. Haynes of the Athletics Department A Response to the Campus New Editorial We here at East Los Angeles College Athletics would like to take a few moments to respond to an op-ed piece in the December 6th edition of the Campus News. Before we start, there’s a few things we’d like to point out: We appreciate our students using their voice to express their opinions and exercise…
Creating a successful athletic program in college takes more than just good players and coaches. In order to be considered a good athletic school, the program must possess the funding and notoriety of a top tier program.