Softball continues winless streak

By Dan Gudino The softball team, after winning its opening game of the season, continued its downward slide yesterday and lost to Mount San Antonio College 8-0. ELAC has now lost seven in a row. A softball game is seven innings. ELAC was allowed to play five innings before the mercy rule was used after it failed to score a run in the 5th. ELAC was held to two hits in…

February 25, 2016
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East Los Angeles College softball team sweeps win

By George Maldonado The East Los Angeles College softball team upsets No.7 ranked Cerritos College to earn their fifth win in the South Coast Conference on March 12. In the top of the fifth inning Cerritos gained momentum by scoring its first run of the game 2-1. However, the inning ended just after because of an illegal timeout used by Cerritos Head Coach Kodee Murray. Head coach Murray was displeased…

March 14, 2015
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Softball opens with 13-10 loss

February 6, 2015

By Tadzio Garcia The defending South Coast Conference champion East Lost Angeles College softball team kicked off the 2015 season with a 13-10 loss against Riverside City College Friday, Jan. 30. Gone for the Huskies is the 2014 California Community Colleges Athletic Association Pitcher of the Year, Alashanee Medina, and catcher, Valerie Aguilar, who was named to the 2014 Southern California First Team. Riverside returned center fielder Michelle Paul who…

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East Los Angeles College sports finds success in spring

May 21, 2014

By William Hernandez It has been awhile since the East Los Angeles College Athletic Department has accomplished as much all-around success as they have in 2014. When the regular season concluded for spring sports last month, ELAC had four teams competing in the California Community College Athletic Association playoffs. “From top to bottom its probably been the most successful season we have ever had since I have been associated with…

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Girl’s softball game buried under mound

By Russell Zazueta East Los Angeles College lost, 5-0, yesterday, to No. 9-ranked Mt. San Antonio College dropping out of first place in the South Coast Conference. The Huskies host Cerritos College, who is currently in first place in the SCC, tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the ELAC softball field. ELAC’s star pitcher Alashnee Medina broke the silence in the bottom of the first after she collected the team’s first…

February 19, 2014
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Huskies softball get three-game win streak

By: Tadzio Garcia The East Los Angeles College softball team won three games this past week including a no-hitter thrown by sophomore pitcher Alashnee Medina at Los Angeles Harbor College in a 10-0 victory on Thursday. The Huskies put their three-game win streak on the line when they host the state’s No. 9-ranked Mt. San Antonio College this Tuesday on the ELAC softball field at 5 p.m. ELAC received honorable…

February 17, 2014
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Softball team falls short by one run

By Will Hernandez   Scoring three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning wasn’t enough as the Huskies were upset by Los Angeles Harbor College, 8-7, in a South Coast Conference game      April 9 at home. The Huskies’ record dropped to 10-21 overall, 7-10 in SCC play. The Huskies are in fifth place in South Coast conference standings. “We might have had a chance had we shown…

April 22, 2013
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ELAC softball defeats LA Harbor

March 19, 2013

  By Pete Moye’   The softball team’s bats came alive again early and gave East Los Angeles College the advantage in a 12-3 South Coast Conference win against Los Angeles Harbor College last Thursday. ELAC, 5-12 overall, 4-5 in SCC play, returns home for a game tomorrow against Cerritos College at 3 p.m. at the softball field. Cerritos is No. 10-ranked in the SoCal Coaches Association poll. The Huskies…

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Pitching dominates ELAC softball

By Carlos Alvarez Due to strong pitching by Long Beach City College’s Candice Shadwell, East Los Angeles College suffered a 4-0 South Coast Conference loss this past Tuesday. Shadwell pitched a complete game shutout in front of a large crowd, mixing in her fastball and change-up pitches effectively. “I thought I did well. I was hitting my spots,” Shadwell said after the game. Starting for the Huskies was Evangelina Montes…

March 14, 2013
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