Win rejuvenates men’s soccer

By Stephanie Guevara  Men’s soccer recorded its first win in regular season play by defeating El Camino College 4-0 at home on Friday. The play of freshman goalkeeper Joshua Moreno was essential in East Los Angeles College’s second clean sheet of the season, having six saves on goal. “It’s been a long season and we have been working very hard. It feels good to win. I feel like their lucky charm….

October 20, 2016
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Men’s soccer remains winless in conference

By Rogelio Alvarez  Men’s Soccer lost to Mt. San Antonio College 3-0 yesterday at home in South Coast-North Conference play. Elac is now 0-4 in conference play. “We have a game plan, but players do not want to follow the game plan, which makes it difficult. When the players panic and start doing what they want to do, then they don’t follow up the game plan. I don’t see a…

October 12, 2016
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Men’s soccer loses on controversial goal

By Stephanie Guevera  Men’s soccer lost by a polemical offside goal, 1-0, in the last minute of the game against Rio Hondo College on Friday at Weingart Stadium. “Players should either win, lose or draw games, not officials. It’s simple. The game was evenly matched. It could have gone both ways. Let the players decide. Don’t let an official decide in the 90th minute of the game. That’s wrong at…

October 5, 2016
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Men’s soccer fails to score equilizer in away game

By Diego Linares  Men’s soccer lost 2-1 in a matchup where they controlled possession of the ball at Chaffey College yesterday. East Los Angeles College started the game intent on scoring goals. The offensive attack was effective in penetrating the opposing team’s defense, but was unable to come up with a score. “There were three goals we could’ve had there. It could’ve been 3-0. I think we played well at…

September 29, 2016
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International soccer players aim for their goals

By Ivan Cazares Success both on and off the field is essential to three international student  athletes. Sambo Dama, Andres Martinez, Manuel Avendano and Agustin Barros will represent East Los Angeles College on the soccer field this season. Martinez, Avendano and Barror are from Chile. Dama comes to us from Benin. “The priority is that they are students first and athletes second. Their parents’ primary concern isn’t them playing soccer….

September 14, 2016
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Men’s soccer wins opening conference game

By Rogelio Alvarez The Huskies (4-1-3, 1-0) defeated Los Angeles Harbor College (2-5-1, 0-1), 2-0, in the South Coast Conference opening game last Tuesday. Freshman forward Valetin Mercado scored a brace in an impressive offensive display from the Huskies. After a dominating opening 20 minutes from ELAC, sophomore Albert Chamagua’s shot on goal was blocked by LAHC goalkeeper, Brian Hernandez. The rebounded shot landed in Mercado’s path for an easy…

October 2, 2015
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Men’s soccer scores another draw

By Liliana Marquez   Two goals for both teams each, lit up an encounter between the East Los Angeles College men’s soccer team and Fullerton College which ended even thanks to a Husky rally culminating with an Adolfo Larios goal in the 68th minute, last Friday at Weingart Stadium. The Huskies settled for their third draw and stand 1-1-3, overall. The winless Fullerton Hornets are 0-2-1 overall. ELAC underestimated Fullerton,who proved…

September 20, 2012
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Men’s soccer records second shutout

By Liliana Marquez Sept. 21, 2012   The Huskies finally won their first home game of the season, 5-0, over Victor Valley College last Tuesday at East Los Angeles College’s Weingart Stadium to improve to 2-1-3 overall. As a result, the Huskies are ranked 37th statewide with scoring 20 goals and allowing eight against. The Rams left with an overall record of 1-4 and a No. 35-ranking. ELAC’s Omar Garcia…

September 19, 2012
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East LA College Scoreboard, Week 3

By Tadzio Garcia   ELAC Football 58, West L.A. 55 The cardiac kids won a second-straight heart stopper as the Huskies escaped with a 58-55 win yesterday at West Los Angeles College. It was the 10th consecutive victory for the Huskies. The see-saw battle produced 10 lead changes and three ties. ELAC scored a touchdown with 1:23 left, off a Preston Oliver 6-yard run, to lead 58-55. However, West L.A….

September 16, 2012
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Women’s soccer non-conference roundup

  By Erik Luna Despite their 3-2 victory against Santa Ana College on Wednesday, the East Los Angeles College women’s soccer team suffered a 3-1 home loss against San Bernardino Valley College today. ELAC, the No. 24-ranked team in the state, stands 2-2-1 overall; No. 26 SBVC improves to 2-1-1. “We just came out flat in the second half of the game,” Head Coach Tessa Troglia said about the team.

September 7, 2012
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