Huskies men’s basketball move on to Sweet Sixteen

By Diego Linares & Gabrielle Osei   The No. ninth seeded men’s basketball team won its first ever playoff game over Mira Costa College, 76-62, last Friday advancing to the Sweet Sixteen, the Southern California Regional semifinals tonight. Advancing to the next round, the Huskies, 21-7 overall, will travel south to face SoCal’s No. 1 seed, Saddleback College tonight at 7 p.m. in Mission Viejo. The game was a defensive…

March 6, 2013
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Men’s basketball reach the playoffs

By Diego Linares The East Los Angeles College men’s basketball team heads into the playoffs as the number nine seed. The team will travel south to Mira Costa College to face the Spartans who finished the season with 19-9 overall record. Coach John Mosley will have a couple of days to prepare the team as the Huskies have a first round bye and do not have to play until Friday…

March 3, 2013
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ELAC men’s basketball stuns Mt. SAC again

By: Anthony Merjanoff In a thrilling and adrenaline filled game, the East Los Angeles College Huskies defeated Mt. San Antonio College, 74-66. Husky forward Jaree Crawford was in foul trouble in the first half, but was able to bounce back in a big way for the Huskies in the second half. Crawford scored 18 of his game high 21 points in the second half. “I just made sure I could…

February 21, 2013
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Men’s basketball team loses third straight road game

By Diego Linares   East Los Angeles College’s basketball team came up short Friday night in a 80-74 loss against an El Camino Compton Center squad they had defeated earlier in the season. Sophomore center Jaree Crawford quietly scored 20 points, with most of them coming on putbacks. ELAC had its struggles on both ends of the court. Tartars Head Coach, Keith Higgins, had his team ready to face the…

February 14, 2013
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Huskies takedown Los Angeles Harbor

By Will Hernandez The East Los Angeles College men’s basketball team capitalized on their home court advantage and defeated LA Harbor College Wednesday night 75-66, improving their overall record to 17-6. The Huskies have enjoyed playing at home, extending their home record to 7-0 with the victory. A big part in winning on home turf is a supportive crowd that’s vocal, and ELAC had just that. Entering the game ELAC was…

February 7, 2013
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Huskies steamroll over Los Angeles Southwest

Thursday, Jan. 31, 2012 By Will Hernandez   After falling to El Camino College 60-56 last Friday, the men’s basketball team redeemed themselves crushing LA Southwest 79-58, last night. With the win, East Los Angeles College’s record is 16-5 overall, 5-2 in in the South Coast Conference standings. The Huskies are tied for third place in the SCC and are ranked No. 13 statewide. The game couldn’t have got off…

January 31, 2013
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No. 13 East Los Angeles College men’s basketball wins big

Swarming defense and hot shooting give the Huskies the win   By Anthony Merjanoff   The East Los Angeles College men’s basketball offense looked great shooting the ball, while their defense looked even better. The Huskies caused San Bernardino Valley College to commit a total of 23 turnovers due to their relentless full-court pressure defense. ELAC beat SBVC, 76-64, to start off their Mountie Classic Tournament play at Mt. San Antonio College….

November 29, 2012
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East Los Angeles College Scoreboard, Week 13

  Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012 By Tadzio Garcia   Magdaleno ends season All-American Megan Magdaleno took All-American honors after placing on the All-State Team at the California Community College Athletic Association Cross Country Championships last Saturday at Woodward Park in Fresno. She is the first ELAC All-American since 2006 when Oscar Ogwaro won the men’s race at the state championships. Magdaleno took 12th place in 18:52.50, sprinting ahead of Nicole…

November 25, 2012
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Husky men’s basketball win two

November 20, 2012

  By Diego Linares East Los Angeles College Men’s Basketball team routed Rio Hondo College, 116-60, in their home season opener last Thursday then squeak by Moorpark College, 63-61, last Saturday. Key factors in the team win against Rio Hondo were well executed fast breaks, high energy throughout the game, constant crashing of the boards and consistent scoring off the bench. First-year ELAC Head Coach John Mosley preached defense and…

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Students choose ELAC in order to succeed

November 20, 2012

By Gabby Osei   Colleges are designed for academic success and each student has their own ideal path in life and plans to achieve their goals. The difference between the way students view their college varies from the student’s goals. Some are here just passing by while others take total advantage of their resources. Gabriela Alvear has made the transition from Pasadena Community College to East Los Angeles College two…

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