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East Los Angeles College Soccer coach Eddie Flores’ goal this year is for the team to stay healthy. The other goal for the team is to “finish in the top four” this year, Flores said. In 2019 the ELAC Huskies finished the season with four wins, 12 losses and five draws.
The East Los Angeles College Men’s soccer team tied 1-1 against the Santiago Canyon College Hawks, during the second home game of the season. Both goals were scored in the first period of the game.
The men’s soccer team hosted Cypress College this past Friday and experienced a rollercoaster of emotions in their loss at home.
The East Los Angeles College basketball coaches are getting ready for the start of the season.
East Los Angeles College soccer head coach Eddie Flores and assistant coach and goalkeeper Richard Santos recruited four international players. Three of the four are from Argentina. Goalkeeper Santiago Pagnutti, right back Joaquin Toledo, and center midfielder Ramiro Hermida. French midfielder, Mathias Barbera, is the fourth international player for the Huskies.
Gilberto Sandoval, assistant soccer coach at East Los Angeles College, died Sept. 7 leaving behind family, ELAC friends and players. The ELAC Athletic Department website said Sandoval died of complications due to COVID-19. He started his coaching career at ELAC with the women’s soccer team. He then became assistant coach on the ELAC men’s soccer team.
East Los Angeles College soccer head coach Eddie Flores and assistant coach/goalkeeper Richard Santos recruited four international players, three of the four are from Argentina.
Coach Robert Robinson and Counselor Dorothy Teola of the East Los Angeles College Athletics Department are grateful to be back on campus after the pandemic-induced Stay-at-Home Order.
East Los Angeles College’s basketball team ended last season 29-1, attracting many new athletes who hoped to gain opportunities for their futures through the love of the sport. One of these students is Noel Scott, a freshman point guard who graduated from Washington High School.