Team lacks consistency in key moments

November 5, 2017

By Stephanie Guevara A defensive lapse in the second half left men’s soccer short of a victory against Mount San Antonio College, resulting in a 3-0 lost on Friday. East Los Angeles College began the game strong, beating Mt. Sac in quickness at moments in the wings. Defensive errors however, distorted ELAC’s flow and Mt. Sac took advantage. In minute 28 of the game, Mt.Sac sophomore midfielder Sam Ponting took the…

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Lack of defense ruins men’s soccer undefeated record

BY Stephanie Guevara Two defensive mistakes cost men’s soccer to lost 2-1 against Mount San Antonio College and end their undefeated record yesterday at Weingart Stadium. East Los Angeles College came from a strong defensive first half, but in minute 47 sophomore fullback Jorge Mejia committed a foul in the keeper’s area that awarded Mt.SAC a penalty kick. Husky goalkeeper Joshua Moreno nearly blocked Mt.SAC forward Sam Ponting’s penalty kick….

September 28, 2017
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Women fall short at state

By Dan Gudino The women’s basketball team was seconds away from winning its first state championship in school history, but lost to Mount San Antonio College 57-55 at Los Positas College on Sunday. The Huskies had an opportunity with 1.4 seconds in the game for a final shot, but did not get a shot off before the buzzer. East Los Angeles College, the state runner-up, lost to MSAC for the third…

March 16, 2016
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Women’s soccer conference triumphs continue

BY Rogelio Alvarez East Los Angeles College women’s soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to three games after defeating Los Angeles Harbor College, 2-0, Friday at Weingart Stadium. Huskies sophomore forward Tara Cofer scored both goals in the victory. Cofer’s second goal was a one-on-one with Harbor freshman goalkeeper Cynthia Prado. Huskies freshman midfielder Lizeth Delgado snuck a pass through Harbor defense to set up Cofer’s second goal of the…

October 28, 2015
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Women’s basketball misses playoff

By Will Hernandez The women’s basketball team ended the season on a three game skid, missing the playoffs after a strong start to their season. In their final home game of the season the Huskies hosted undefeated Mount San Antonio College hoping to end their own skid while attempting to hand Mt. SAC their first loss of the season. Mt.SAC made it clear why they are the state’s No. 1…

March 3, 2013
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