Sports ranked by concussions and injuries

By Alejandro Ambriz There is always a chance athletes can be injured during competition, no matter how good the players are or if precautions are followed to the letter.  An analysis by Quotewizard that looked at National Safety Council data on sports related injuries from 2010 to 2017 provides insight as to which sports are more dangerous among 15-24 year olds.  This three-minute read ranked sports in three charts based…

March 3, 2020
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Athletics Department refutes Campus News opinion

By Cerwin D. Haynes of the Athletics Department A Response to the Campus New Editorial We here at East Los Angeles College Athletics would like to take a few moments to respond to an op-ed piece in the December 6th edition of the Campus News. Before we start, there’s a few things we’d like to point out: We appreciate our students using their voice to express their opinions and exercise…

March 3, 2020
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Softball loses three in a row, but still fourth in SCC

By Noe Ortega East Los Angeles College softball starts off the 2020 season ranked fourth in the South Coast Conference with seven wins and five losses.  Despite losing three consecutive games against El Camino, Mount San Antonio and Pasadena City College, Huskie softball still has a long season ahead.  ELAC was behind undefeated Mt. SAC in the SCC, but with yesterday’s 8-4 loss to PCC, the Huskies dropped down to…

March 3, 2020
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Astros got off way too easy for cheating

By Sonny Tapia The punishment for the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal in the 2017 World Series Championship was harsh but not harsh enough. The sign-stealing scandal was an investigation into the Astros’ organization for relaying stolen signs to hitters during the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. The organization was fined $5 million, which is the maximum that can be given to a team, along with the loss of…

March 2, 2020
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Women’s soccer tallies losing record

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…

December 2, 2019
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Inconsistencies lead to poor season

Men’s soccer season ended in the third round of the South Coast Conference Tournament against El Camino College in a 1-0 away loss. The month of September wasn’t the best for the Huskies. Following the first game of September, East Los Angeles College went on a six game losing streak. They broke out of that slump with a 3-0 win against Los Angeles Harborat home. The Huskies ended the season…

December 2, 2019
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Volleyball struggles to find wins during season

The East Los Angeles College women’s volleyball team wrapped up a devastating season, going 9-21 which translated into a mere .300 winning percentage. The Huskies started their season strong as the team won four of their first five games. Unfortunately, they went 5-16 the remainder of the way, including nine-straight losses in their final nine games. They never managed to string together more than two wins in a row, but…

December 2, 2019
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Freshman to launch his career at ELAC

Kaelen Allen was in middle school when he realized his dream of becoming a professional basketball player. Allen is a freshman and was on born August 17, 2000. He plays for the East Los Angeles College men’s basketball team. He was recruited by ELAC coach Hunter. He said that the coach watched him play during high school and recommended him to play at ELAC. He took the offer because it…

December 2, 2019
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