The East Los Angeles College water polo team had a bounce back season, finishing fifth place in the South Coast Conference.
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.
After giving up his dream of becoming a professional soccer player, Vitor Freitas, discovered new interests and opportunities in the United States which stem from his love of the sport.
East Los Angeles College soccer gained a defender that has a “joie pour le futbol”, a joy for soccer, in French player Hugo Robert. Echoing a phrase made popular by 1980 Olympic Hockey coach Herb Brooks, Robert explained his perspective in playing soccer. “I will play my game because I know it’s why I’m here,” Robert said.
A redeemed men’s soccer saw its first 2-0 conference win against Pasadena City College on Friday at Weingart Stadium.
The Chamber Chorale of East Los Angeles College partnered with the the Choir of St. Bede to deliver a graceful performance of W.A. Mozart’s “The Requiem K 626” on Saturday.
Photos of students’ corpse shouldn’t be publicized because it won’t stop gun violence. It’ll only be a platform to champion the shooter.
In a game to decide the South Coast Conference North conference champion, women’s basketball lost 83-73 to Los Angeles Trade- Tech College on Friday at home.
Simple mistakes caused softball to lose its first home game against Antelope Valley College 7-3. In the fifth inning, freshman pitcher Serena Lopez walked a player with one out.
Featuring three ELAC soccer players from Brazil: Paulo Macedo Nahashique, Tulio Pinheiro and Matheus Zanini.