Volleyball wins after rough start

By Kevin Camargo Volleyball won an away game last Friday, after defeating Los Angeles Trade-Technical College 0-3. The game started off rough for the Huskies. The first set consisted of an offensive game for both teams. The score at the end of the first set was 19-25, with East Los Angeles College winning the first set. “Today’s win was good. We put up a fight (in) the first set because…

October 5, 2017

Huskies third in conference after sweep against Trade Tech

By Bryce Ronquillo The volleyball team is now 8-10 overall and 3-4 in the South Coast Conference after a sweep against Los Angeles Trade Technical College (SCC 1-6, 1-10) in three sets (25-16, 25-14, 25-16) on Friday at LA Trade Tech. ELAC went into this contest with only eight athletes suited up to play. There are 12 women on ELAC’s official roster. Injuries and personal issues is the reason for…

October 28, 2015

Water Polo program returns after 14 years

By Diego Linares and Tadzio Garcia   The East Los Angeles College swimming pool, said to be one of the fastest swim pool in the nation, will add yet more events next year. It will be home to the newly formed ELAC women’s water polo team. Water polo competition returns to ELAC after 14 years. The 1998-1999 season was the last year the ELAC pool hosted water polo events. “You can’t…

May 22, 2013

Huskies move towards playoffs with win

By Tadzio Garcia The women’s basketball team was told that Los Angeles Trade Technical College team only had four players last Friday at game time. A forfeit win wouldn’t help the Huskies earn a playoff berth. Two LATT team members had deaths in their families; one other was a no show. Both teams waited 40 minutes with the Huskies post-season hopes fading. Afterwards, both coaches consented to postpone the game…

February 13, 2013

Disabled dancer develops passion in dance

By Billy Galvez In the fourth grade, Vanessa Cruz started developing a passion for dancing. Her parents wouldn’t support her because they thought she would get injured. From sixth to eighth grade she began practicing at home. “I would practice for hours in front of the mirror in my room, and I would imagine myself on the stage,” Cruz said. Vanessa has had obstacles since birth, but she was determined not…

April 25, 2012