East Los Angeles College’s women’s soccer season ended on a sour note on November 12th with a 9-1 home loss against Cerritos College. Their worst month was the month of September, where they didn’t win a game. Their first win came in the first week of October with a 3-2 home win against Pasadena City College. Overall, they finished the season with a record of 2-11-5. In their conference, their…
With a goal from sophomore forward Perla Navarro in the first half, the Huskies drew 1-1 at Los Angeles Harbor College on Friday.
An offensive lapse in key moments of the game resulted in a Husky 2-2 tie against El Camino College on Friday at Weingart Stadium.
Making history both as a team and individually, Los Angeles Football Club has no excuse to not win the Major League Soccer Cup.
Agustin Barros’ time at East Los Angeles College opened many opportunities in soccer and education.
Barros, 21, is an international student from Santiago, Chile.
Featuring three ELAC soccer players from Brazil: Paulo Macedo Nahashique, Tulio Pinheiro and Matheus Zanini.
By Mariana Montoya (J-101 Staff Writer) Ricardo Raygoza, assistant coach for the East Los Angeles College men’s soccer team, started off as a player for the Huskies before he became an assistant coach. He played at ELAC in 2005, and 2006. In those two years, he found head coach, mentor and main inspiration men’s soccer head coach Eddie Flores. “He came to me as an older player and played two years for…
A hat trick by Husky freshman forward Perla Navarro allowed women’s soccer to win 3-0 on Friday against El Camino College at Weingart Stadium.
Huskie men’s soccer lost its conference game on Tuesdays against Chaffey with a final score of 5-1.