Baseball lost its game on Friday to Los Angeles Mission College 5-3 after using three different pitchers throughout the game.
Badminton lost to Pasadena City College 11-2 in both matches during its double header on Friday. Those wins provided PCC with its 15th South Coast Conference title in the program’s history, and the fifth straight title win for head coach Jen Ho.
Baseball beat Rio Hondo College 12-11 in a close game at home on Saturday making the Huskies 15-18-1 overall and 8-10-1 in the conference.
East Los Angeles College baseball lost to Pasadena City College at home on Thursday, 9-7.
The Huskies went back-and-forth with PCC and allowed over four lead changes.
East Los Angeles College baseball lost to Long Beach City College on Thursday at home 6-2 due to poor execution at the plate.
ELAC showed signs of frustration during the game by slamming bats to the ground and screaming profanities.
Women’s basketball lost to Merced Community College in the California Community College Athletic Association quarterfinals at Ventura College on Friday 89-75.
East Los Angeles College was bested by Cerritos College on Friday at Kincaid Field 6-4. Cerritos came into the game with a 1-12 overall record, but proved to be nothing but numbers.
East Los Angeles College baseball shut out Los Angeles Harbor College at home on Thursday 3-0.
The Huskies were able to end its four-game losing streak with a solid pitching performance from sophomore right hander Troy Maki.
In a four hour competition, over 1400 students from across the entire state of California used their knowledge about Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics to protect the cyber world.
The National Football League had the lowest national ratings since 2008 at only 98.2 million viewers, while Californians were glued to the television. This year’s Super Bowl was one of the more disappointing in recent years due to multiple factors.