Making history both as a team and individually, Los Angeles Football Club has no excuse to not win the Major League Soccer Cup.
Men’s soccer recorded its third consecutive loss of the seasonafter a difficult 2-1 away game to undefeated Cypress College on Friday.
Behind teary eyes, Nadine Bermudez, Honors Program director, announced the names of the students who will transfer to four-year universities at the Honors Program Certificate Reception yesterday.
Softball came back to win its eighth conference game of the season on Thursday against Chaffey College 5-3 at home.
East Los Angeles College softball fought back to defeat Rio Hondo College 5-2 at home on Thursday.
ELAC won its second consecutive conference match in the South Coast Conference-North and improved its record to 7-8 and an overall record of 14-13.
Plans to tear down the north and south gymnasiums at East Los Angeles College and create an athletics village next to Weingart Stadium are underway.
Women’s basketball advanced to the State Final Championship Bracket tournament with a dominant 78-53 win over Pasadena City College at home on Saturday.
Women’s basketball will move on to the third round of the Southern California Regional playoffs after a comeback against Cypress College 55-52 at home on Saturday.
Dedication and resilience led East Los Angeles College counselor Jovany Muñoz to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from the city of Los Angeles.
Men’s basketball held on tight to its lead in the win 74-70 against Los Angeles Trade-Tech College on Wednesday. The Huskies reached 20 wins this season and are 5-0 in the South Coast Conference-North.