By William Hernandez
The East Los Angeles College, undefeated with an 11-0 overall and South Coast Conference record, breezed by the El Camino College Compton Center women’s team, 21-0.
ELAC is the 2014 South Coast Conference badminton champions.
The pursuit for perfection continues as ELAC will play in their final game of the regular season against their longtime adversary Pasadena City College (8-3), April 23 at home in the Women’s Gym.
“Next Wednesday will be a really good game. Even though we have already defeated (PCC) three times, they come back stronger each time,” ELAC Head Coach Qui Nguy said.
Compton showed up with just three players to face the Huskies.
Tony Diaz. Compton head coach, asked to forfeit before the match began, but ELAC Head Coach Qui Nguy opted to play it out.
“We have already won the conference (title), but we’re still chasing an undefeated record. I wanted the girls to finish up strong so we can rally into next week,” Nguy said.
Before play started, ELAC had an upper edge because by default, Compton surrendered four points.