Badminton suffers second defeat

By Noe Ortega Badminton lost its second consecutive game, 21-0, in the South Coast Conference last Wednesday against Pasadena City College at home. “We see some improvements because this year, the majority of our roster are new girls and one of the things we need to do here is to tell the girls to be more competitive and not to give up,” East Los Angeles College Badminton Head coach Qui…

March 14, 2018

Badminton faces challenge this season

By George Maldonado The East Los Angeles College badminton team was upset as 2014 undefeated South Coast Conference champions by Pasadena City College (21-0), Wednesday Feb 25. This game set the tone for the season because both teams are projected as the top two competitors for the conference title. With the win PCC moves into first place in the standings. The Huskies began their scoreless match to an energetic PCC…

March 3, 2015

Badminton opens season, 2-0

By Desiree Lopez The East Los Angeles women’s badminton team beat El Camino College Compton Center in South Coast Conference play with a final score of 19-2 Friday in the women’s gym. ELAC opened the season with an 18-3 win at El Camino College Wednesday. The Huskies will be facing one of their toughest opponents, Pasadena City College on Wednesday March 19 in the Women’s Gym at 3 p.m. Admission…

March 14, 2014