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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Shaky defense costs women’s soccer win

September 13, 2018

By Jerry Flores Staff Writer   Women’s soccer lost its non-conference game against Los Angeles Valley College on Saturday with a  final score of  0-3. L.A. Valley scored the first goal of the game in minute 65 when freshmen defender Brenda Florian shot a free kick from outside the penalty box. East Los Angeles College sophomore goalkeeper Adriana Huerta could not grab the ball because it bounced and the direction…

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Women’s soccer comeback falls short against El Camino

October 25, 2017

By Noe Ortega Women’s soccer fell short to El Camino College after a second half comeback attempt ended in a loss on Friday. “Today was kind of a setback because we’ve been building on momentum in the past couple of games and in this one I think it was just the first goal that we were so caught up surprised that we just put our heads down, there was no…

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Women’s soccer routed in conference game

October 11, 2017

By Stephanie Guevara A lack of offensive presence and a defensive lapse caused Women’s soccer to lose, 7-0, to Chaffey College on Friday at Weingart Stadium. “Chaffey freshman forward Nicole Downing opens the score after an encounter with ELAC freshman goalkeeper Adriana Huerta, where Huerta was unable to stop the ball from going inside. “We struggled in knowing when they were going to make through balls. “We were beat on…

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Women’s soccer scores early goal to secure win

By Stephanie Guevara Women’s soccer defeated Ventura College 1-0 yesterday with an early goal at Weingart stadium. Sophomore forward Stephanie Galvan took advantage of Ventura’s defensive mistake to score at the 15 minute mark. “As a team we connected more and we came out really strong. We came out pretty strong in the first 15 minutes and we got the goal. I felt like we were complacent toward the middle…

September 20, 2017
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