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What is the problem: Inside ECC men’s basketball program

By Clinton Jones

May 30, 2020

El Camino College men's basketball program has underachieved in the last five seasons, posting a 40-91 record in that span, despite having a deep roster of local talent amid head coach Robert Uphoff's eight-year long tenure. ...

ECC sweeps spring Coach of the Year honors

By Logan Tahlier

May 20, 2020

El Camino College coaches won their first-ever men and women spring coaches of the year awards on Monday, May 18 via virtual conference call between athletic directors. The South Coast Conference (SCC) athletic directors decided...

Offensive surges sparks softball team’s hot start to the season

By Logan Tahlier

May 7, 2020

After winning 37 games in 2019 but losing in the state super regional playoffs to Fullerton College, the El Camino College softball team came out of the gates on fire winning eight of their first 12 games to start this season. The...

Athletic programs face cuts due to financial fallouts from coronavirus pandemic

By Logan Tahlier

May 5, 2020

Sports have been the blood and soul of universities across the nation, generating millions of dollars in profits for these institutions.The COVID-19 pandemic has left athletic programs on the fringes of when sports-related activitie...

After a promising start the women’s beach volleyball team ends season as top ranked team in state

By Logan Tahlier

May 2, 2020

The women’s beach volleyball season concluded with El Camino College's team sitting atop the first American Volleyball Coaches Association California Community College Athletic Association Coaches' Poll of the season.The te...

Men’s basketball team lands Kansas community college transfer

By Logan Tahlier

April 29, 2020

The El Camino College men's basketball team earned a commit from 6-foot-5-inch, 19-year-old transfer in Ethan Carritt from Independence Community College in Kansas to play for the Warriors next season. The Warriors finished ...

Student-athletes consider their future after being granted extended eligibility

By Derek Van Renesse

April 7, 2020

She was recording data for her laboratory report while a pair of green safety goggles dug into her forehead, the same pair worn by the other 20 some chemistry students around her racing to finish the lab on time. It was a day...

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