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
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 record
was 1-4-3
Their longest losing streak was
three games.
Their biggest loss was a 9-1 at
home against Cerritos College.
The Huskies record at home was
1-5-2. ELAC scored 15 total goals
this season.
They averaged a total of 2.8
shots-per game and allowed 2.80
goals-per game.
The Huskies had .725 shots on

goal percentage.
The team scored an average of .83
goals-per game.
The team’s top scorer was
sophomore forward Perla Navarro
with 11 goals this season. Navarro’s
shot percentage was .262.
Navarro also has one game
winning goal.
Sophomore defender Yvette
Martinez and freshman midfielder
Crystal Gonzalez both led the team
in assists with two assists on the
The team was well disciplined
over the season accumulating one
red card and three yellow cards.
The leaders in shots on goal
percentage was freshman
midfielder and freshman forward
Nicole Mendoza and Kayla Brianna
Prado, both holding a perfect 1.000.
Sophomore forward Perla
Navarro led the team with shots on
goal with 23 shots on goal.
The Huskies only shutout one
team this season. That team being
El Camino. This is their fourth
consecutive losing season.

Staff Writer

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