Women’s soccer stuns No. 2

By Sergio Berrueta The East Los Angeles College Huskies won a key South Coast Conference game, 4-2, after an aggressive match against No. 2-ranked Mt. San Antonio College Oct. 14 at home in Weingart Stadium. Two Huskies were injured. Maria Beccerra fell and slid to the ground at minute 15. Also, Ayre Looney of ELAC was injured after jumping in the air to dodge a player. Looney missed the landing when coming down. She…

October 14, 2014
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East LA College women’s soccer win streak reaches three

By Erik Luna The Huskies ended the regular season on a three game win streak after defeating Los Angeles Harbor College, 5-1, last Friday, Nov. 9 at Weingart Stadium. The Huskies finished the regular season 9-7-5 overall, ending South Coast Conference play in fifth place with a record of 6-5-3. Harbor ended its season 5-13-2, 3-9-2. The Huskies will now wait for the Southern California Seeding Meeting to find out if…

November 14, 2012
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East LA College women’s soccer routs Compton, 3-1

By Michael Price   Four red cards and four goals highlighted a decisive 3-1 victory for the women’s soccer team over El Camino College Compton Center last Friday at Weingart Stadium. Huskies Natasha Witzl and Susana Terrones received red cards along with Compton’s Stephanie Serna and Stephanie Pacheco for brawling on the field. Husky Leslie Rivera scored two goals and had an assist to Jessica Guzman who scored East Los…

November 6, 2012
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East LA College women’s soccer routs No. 6 Mt. SAC, 4-1

  By Erik Luna   The women’s soccer team handed No. 6 Mt. San Antonio College their first loss in South Coast Conference play last Friday getting revenge from their 3-0 loss to the Mounties on Oct. 2. As a result of East Los Angeles College’s 4-1 rout, the Huskies are now ranked No. 18 statewide while Mt. SAC fell to No. 8 in the rankings. ELAC stands 6-6-5 overall, 3-4-3…

October 29, 2012
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ELAC women’s soccer stumbles, 1-0

By Erik Luna   The women’s soccer team failed to avenge last month’s 0-0 tie against Long Beach City College when they lost 1-0 last Friday at Long Beach. With this loss, the Huskies were brought down to a 2-4-2 record in the South Coast Conference and brought their overall record to 5-6-4. LBCC held its defense throughout the game and forced the Huskies to remain in their midfield. With…

October 23, 2012
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