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.
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.
East Los Angeles College soccer gained a defender that has a “joie pour le futbol”, a joy for soccer, in French player Hugo Robert. Echoing a phrase made popular by 1980 Olympic Hockey coach Herb Brooks, Robert explained his perspective in playing soccer. “I will play my game because I know it’s why I’m here,” Robert said.
A redeemed men’s soccer saw its first 2-0 conference win against Pasadena City College on Friday at Weingart Stadium.
Men’s soccer recorded its third consecutive loss of the seasonafter a difficult 2-1 away game to undefeated Cypress College on Friday.
East Los Angeles College student and center back Vicente Herencia joined the ranks of Saint Katherine University soccer team when he signed his letter of intent to play on April 18.
By Mariana Montoya (J-101 Staff Writer) Ricardo Raygoza, assistant coach for the East Los Angeles College men’s soccer team, started off as a player for the Huskies before he became an assistant coach. He played at ELAC in 2005, and 2006. In those two years, he found head coach, mentor and main inspiration men’s soccer head coach Eddie Flores. “He came to me as an older player and played two years for…
Men’s soccer’s struggling season came to an end with a final 4-12-5 overall record and 1-5-2 in the South Coast Conference-South play.
Men’s Soccer defeated Los Angeles Harbor College yesterday in a conference game at Weingart Stadium with a final score of 2-0.