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 men’s soccer team hosted Cypress College this past Friday and experienced a rollercoaster of emotions in their loss at home.
By Cerwin D. Haynes of the Athletics Department A Response to the Campus New Editorial We here at East Los Angeles College Athletics would like to take a few moments to respond to an op-ed piece in the December 6th edition of the Campus News. Before we start, there’s a few things we’d like to point out: We appreciate our students using their voice to express their opinions and exercise…
Creating a successful athletic program in college takes more than just good players and coaches. In order to be considered a good athletic school, the program must possess the funding and notoriety of a top tier program.
When Jasine Cumplido was looking for a job as a student on East Los Angeles College campus, she could have spent hours researching online.
Instead, Cumplido drafted a question and posted it on Facebook.
A regular season matchup took place between Santa Ana College and the East Los Angeles College Huskies on Tuesday. Santa Ana College began scoring when the designated hitter Grant Askins and first baseman Drake Wood hit back to back doubles giving Santa Ana 1-0 lead over the Huskies. Both teams were able to tally up seven hits in this game.
In a game to decide the South Coast Conference North conference champion, women’s basketball lost 83-73 to Los Angeles Trade- Tech College on Friday at home.
East Los Angeles College students have an opportunity to visit Japan during an 11-day program in January led by English professor Nadia Swerdlow.
The new East Los Angeles College club, the Undocu-Huskies has a scholarship of $600 up for grabs with a deadline of this Friday at 11:59 p.m. The idea for the club came from a meeting between the current members and Dream Resource Center’s Maira Cruz. The group quickly decided that creating a club was key to helping students at ELAC.
With this win, East Los Angeles College improved its record to 3-3, and are ranked third in the National-Northern Conference.