Huskies win at the line

By Andrew Ruiz Prior to Jan. 30’s South Coast Conference divisional crossover game between East Los Angeles and El Camino College, Huskies freshmen Richard Bivens and Miles Ford joked about possibly making game-winning free throws this season. But what originally started as humor between the two, quickly turned into reality for Bivens, a forward from Ridgeview HS in Bakersfield, California, as he split a pair of free throws to give…

February 5, 2015
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Huskies win big matchup by 11

January 31, 2015

By Tadzio Garcia It was the state’s No. 4-ranked East Los Angeles College winning at No. 8 El Camino College, 73-62, in a South Coast Conference divisional crossover game. The game had 22 lead changes and five ties, the last tie with 3:43 left in the game. The Huskies, 22-2 overall, outscored the Warriors 11-1 the remainder of the game, with sophomore forward Jocelyne Diaz scoring eight to quiet the…

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High-motor basketball player puts education first

March 26, 2014

By Carlos Alvarez Men’s basketball starting forward Zachary “Zach” Hinton’s high-octane play has him thinking of leaving California and heading to Florida. “I haven’t made up my mind, but I know I’ll be playing hard somewhere. I have some family in Florida, but I’m looking at other schools,” Hinton said. With scholarship offers from Biola University and Jacksonville University in Florida, his goal is to continue to play at a…

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First place Huskies to host ranked teams

By Tadzio Garcia Riding a three-game win-streak, East Los Angeles College will host Long Beach City College and the state’s No. 15-ranked Pasadena City College tomorrow and Friday, respectively. Both games begin at 7 p.m. in the Men’s Gym and will kick off a five-game home stretch prior to the postseason. ELAC, 17-6 overall, is in first place in the South Coast Conference North Division standings with a 6-2 record….

February 4, 2014
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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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East Los Angeles College scoreboard, Feb. 17

February 18, 2013

  By Tadzio Garcia Huskies on the brink of playoff berths The Huskies have an opportunity to send both the men’s and women’s basketball teams to the playoffs for the first time in over a decade. With two games remaining in the regular season, the men’s basketball team will make the playoffs while the women’s team is on the cusp. The women’s team is 15-10 overall and will finish at…

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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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East LA College Scoreboard, Week 10

November 4, 2012

    By Tadzio Garcia The cross country and football teams highlight this past week in East Los Angeles College sports.  The men’s soccer team tied, while the women’s soccer team survived a red-card fest in a 3-1 loss. The volleyball team lost a nail-biter. Football chooses collegiality over first-stringers In the last two weeks, winless El Camino College Compton Center lost to Mountain Conference rivals Victor Valley College, 65-28,…

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A new addition to women’s volleyball

September 14, 2012

  By Dulce Carrillo   Elliott Walker, the new East Los Angeles College women’s head volleyball coach, has the Huskies looking forward to the new season through optimistic eyes. Recommended by former head coach Trisha Marx, he admits that this will be a difficult season, but feels good about the team’s future. “This season will be a transition season,” says Walker, who wants his team to develop the skills they…

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ELAC legend returns as men’s basketball coach

September 14, 2012

  By Alfonso Rivera   There is a familiar face on the Husky hardwood this season at East Los Angeles College. His name is John Mosley, and he is the new head basketball coach at ELAC. Mosley serves as a career coach who coordinates and assists former athletes and replaces Rob Rivera, who stepped down after 23 years at ELAC. Rivera served 16 years as assistant head coach and seven as head…

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