Alfred State College freshman cornerback Brett Harrington (Rochester/Edison) has been named the Northeast Football Conference co-special teams player of the week.
Harrington had a big day blocking kicks as the Pioneers battled Louisburg College. He blocked a 43-yard field goal attempt in the 2nd quarter and then blocked a PAT attempt in the final seconds of the first half. After blocking the PAT, Harrington scooped the ball up and returned it for the defensive two-point conversion. On the defensive side of the ball he added three tackles.
He shares the honor with Nassau CC kicker Taureen Durham who was 4 for 5 in PAT attempts and was 2 for 2 in field goal attempts as the Lions capped their perfect season with a 47-7 win over ASA.
Harrington is the third Pioneer to win the weekly special team's award and fourth Pioneer to be honored by the Northeast Football Conference.
Pitt-Titusville finished on a 20-8 run to lift themsevles to a 76-64 come-from-behind victory over Alfred State College on Thursday evening. ASC led 33-32 at half and led 48-43 before the Panthers tied the game at 56-56 with eight minutes remaining.
Geena Sneeringer led Titusville (5-2) with 26 points and 14 rebounds while Maura McCaslin and Marissa Neely each finished with 15. Tierra Wallace also finished in double-figures with 10 points. The Panthers were 28 for 42 from the line including 20 for 26 in the second half.
Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) led the Lady Pioneers with 17 points and 16 rebounds. Amie Brooks (Pavilion) finished with 15 points while Camille Romero (Queens Village) came off the bench and chipped in 10.
ASC held a 64-49 advantage on the boards including a 30 to 13 advantage on the offensive glass. The blue and gold were slowed down by 24 turnovers and 8 for 22 foul shooting.
The Pioneers (5-3) return to action on Saturday in the first round of the ASC Tournament. ASC takes on Jefferson CC at Noon followed by Hagerstown (MD) CC taking on Fulton Montgomery CC at 2 p.m.
Six students enrolled in Alfred State College’s construction management engineering technology bachelor of science program recently took second place in the Commercial Building division at the Associated Schools of Construction Region I (Virginia to Maine) estimating and scheduling competition, held at the Westin Governor Morris Hotel in Morristown, NJ. The commercial competition was sponsored by KBE Building Corporation.
The project for the commercial building competition was the Lyman Hall High School. The students participating in the Commercial Building division included seniors in the baccalaureate construction management programs: Keith Wegrzyn, Grand Island; Tyler Richards, Ogdensburg; Tara Yohe, Bradford, PA; Melissa Sokolinski, Walden; Jared Heckman, Greenwood; and Phillip Thomas, Rochester. The team took second-place honors against teams from the following schools: Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, MA; Rochester Institute of Technology; Pennsylvania College of Technology, Williamsport; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn; Central Connecticut State; SUNY ESF; SUNY Delhi; Utica College Polytechnic Institute of NYU; Rogers Williams University, Bristol, RI; Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA; and the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark.
This competition, a 20-year-old tradition for construction schools, simulates real-world conditions in a compressed time frame. Students arrive on a Thursday night and set up their “office” which consists of laptops, color and black-and-white printers, a scanner, and a compute projector. Software used included Timberline estimating, Primavera scheduling, Excel, and PowerPoint.
At 8 a.m. Friday, the students were given plans and specifications for their respective projects. The teams emerged from their hotel room at midnight to turn in an estimate, project schedule, and a means and methods plan. On Saturday, the students gave formal presentations to a panel of judges from the company that constructed the project.
Alfred also entered a team in the heavy highway competition sponsored by Weeks Marine, Inc., and the Design Build competition sponsored by Pizzagalli Construction Company.
The students were accompanied by their coach and adviser, faculty member Civil Engineering Technology Department at ASC.
Financial support to participate in the contest was received from a variety of corporate sponsors as well as alumni donations to the Construction 100 Club fund.
The Alfred State College women's basketball team defeated Jefferson CC 70-44 to advance to the title game of the 2010 ASC Tournament. The Lady Pioneers are now 6-3 on the season and will take on Fulton Montgomery CC tomorrow in the championship game at Noon.
Amie Brooks (Pavilion) was 9 for 15 from the field and led all scorers with 20 points. Khaylah Moss (Chenango Valley) finished with 10 points and seven boards, Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) finished with six points, 10 rebounds, and five blocks, and Camille Romero (Queens Valley/Mary Louis) came off the bench and had eight points.
Taylore Kelsey led the Cannoneers with 10 points off the bench while Megan Maitland finsihed with seven points and six assists. Emily Males finished with 4 points and 10 rebounds.
ASC led 33 to 27 at half and held a 52 to 36 rebounding advantage. The Lady Pioneers shot 45.5% from the floor while the Lady Cannoneers shot just 30.9%.
Fulton Montgomery defeated Hagerstown (MD) 71-57 in the other first round contest. Jefferson CC and Hagerstown will battle in the consolation game at 10 a.m. on Sunday.
The Alfred State College men's basketball team shot just 30.2% from the field and turned the ball over 25 times as they fell 83-55 to Fulton Montgomery CC in the first round of the 2010 ASC Tournament. The blue & gold are now 2-5 on the year.
Milton Irizarry led the Raiders with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists. Kenroy Morrissaint chipped in 19 pionts and seven boards of the bench while JOse Irizarry finished with eight poins and six assists. FMCC finished the contest shooting 44.9% from the field, 33.3% from three, and 81% from the foul line.
Melvin Jenkins (Brooklyn/Susan McKinney) led the way for ASC with 14 points and eight rebounds. Patrick Parker (Jamaica/Hillcrest) chipped in 10 pionts and nine rebounds while Ryan Caron (Prattsburgh) finished with nine.
Fulton Montgomery will take on Jefferson CC in the championship game of the tournament on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. ASC takes on Rockland CC at 2:30 p.m. Jefferson defeated Rockland 86-62 in the opening game of the tournament.
The Alfred State College men's swimming team won their second straight invitational at Herkimer CCC on Saturday. The women's team finished 4th out of six teams.
Braden Kozlowski (N. Tonawanda) led the way for the Pioneers by winning both the 1650 free (19:19.45) and the 500 free (5:17.30). Ethan Wright (Clyde Savannah) won the 200 fly (2:24.18) and was 2nd in the 200 free (1:56.54), Jake Giglio (Hornell) was 2nd in the 50 free (23.37) and 3rd in the 100 free (54.41), Kalem Chambliss (Alfred Almond) was 2nd in the 200 fly (2:39.40), and Tim Guarino (Cornwall) was 2nd in the 200 breast (2:32.65)
Wright, Chambliss, Giglio, and Kozlowski teamed up to win the 400 free relay (3:33.23) while Kozlowski, Guarino, Wright, and Giglio finished 2nd in the 400 medley relay (4:06.50).
On the women's side, Rebecca Haskins (Shaker) won the 1 m diving competition with 171.35 points. Ashley Andrus (Cuba Rushford) was 3rd in the 50 free (28.57), Cristina Corkey (Almond) was 3rd in the 400 IM(5:46.58), Erin Baum (Dryden) was 3rd in the 200 fly (3:06.94).
The Pioneer men scored 244 to down 2nd place Herkimer by 38 points. The ladies scored 159 and trailed 3rd place Jamestown just by four and 2nd place Erie by eight.
ASC returns action on December 4th when they travel to SUNY Delhi.
The Alfred State College women's basketball team defeated Fulton Montgomery CC 50-45 in the championship game of the 2010 ASC Tournament. The Lady Pioneers head into the the Thanksgiving break with a 7-3 mark.
Tournament MVP Amie Brooks (Pavilion) led the Lady Pioneers with 16 points while Khaylah Moss (Chenango Valley) had a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds. Camille Romero (Queens Valley/Mary Louis) came off the bench and chipped in six while Nuri Bey (Bronx/Evander Childs) finished with 10 boards.
Rene Blake led FMCC with 12 points, 14 rebounds, and seven assists. Joycelyn Cummings and Carina Moore both finished with nine each.
Alfred State led 24-17 at half but FMCC rallied and took the lead before the Lady Pioneers went on a run in the last ten minutes to secure the win.
Brooks was joined on the all-tournament team by Moss, FMCC's Blake and Jasmine Miller, Jefferson CC's Emily Males, and Hagerstown's Alessandra Flores. Hagerstown (MD) defeated Jefferson CC 69-28 in the consolation game.
The Lady Pioneers have over a week off before hosting Finger Lakes CC on Tuesday November 30th. Tip-off is at 5:30 p.m.
The Alfred State College men's team dropped their fifth straight game 73-55 to Rockland CC in the consolation game of the 2010 ASC Tournament. The Pioneers head into the Thanksgiving break with a 2-6 mark.
Jacin Vera led Rockland with 25 points while Joel Kukulu finished with 18 points and seven boards. Durrelle Lindsey chipped in 12 while Patrick Hanley grabbed a team high 10 boards.
Patrick Parker (Jamaica/Hillcrest) was the lone Pioneer in double figures finishing with 16 points and nine rebounds. Ryan Caron (Prattsburgh) added eight points while Nick Tucker (Genesee Valley) and Yanni Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) each chipped in six.
ASC shot jost 27.4% fromt he field and 20% from three-point land while Rockland hit 43.3% of their shots and connected on 6 of 18 three-point attempts.
Alfred's Parker and Rockland's Vera were named to the all-tournament team. In the final of the tournament, Fulton Montgomery CC defeated Jefferson CC 86-82. Kenroy Morrissaint was named tournament MVP while teammate Andy Irizarry was named all-tournament along with Jefferson's James Blue and Jabriel Blue.
The Pioneers will look to get back on track on November 30th when they host Finger Lakes CC at 7:30 p.m.
Students enrolled in the culinary arts programs at the School of Applied Technology of Alfred State College will prepare a holiday buffet on Thursday, Dec. 2, from 5-7 p.m. in the student dining hall of the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus. Cost is $16 (all inclusive) per person. Children under 10 can eat for $7. Proceeds will benefit the Top Hat Scholarship Fund.
The menu, prepared by culinary arts students, will feature appetizers, soups, salads, vegetables, roasted turkey with all the trimmings, baked ham, and beef stew with biscuits.
Culinary arts: baking, production and management students will provide assorted breads to accompany the dinner as well as a full dessert bar. A choice of beverages will round out the menu.
Student general manager for this event is third-year baking intern Kristylee Hill, Moravia; serving as front-of-the-house manager is Lauren Lynn, Auburn, a senior in the culinary arts program, and serving as back-of-the-house manager is Ryan Malinowski, Union Springs, also a senior in the culinary arts program.
Gingerbread houses will be on display and Santa will also be present for the festivities.
This dinner is open to the public; no reservations will be accepted. Payment must be made by cash or check only; no credit cards will be accepted. For additional information, call (607) 587-3170 or (585) 593-6270, ext. 3170.
The Alfred State College wrestling team earned their first dual match 25-22 over Jamestown CC. The Pioneers are now 1-3 on the season in 1-1 in WNYAC action.
Shawn Hanrahan (Unatego) earned a pin in the second period at 157 lbs. while James Barlow (Wayland Cohocton) earned a major decision 11-3 at 141 lbs. Cody Dill (Unatego) won 3-2 at 133, Anthony Brown (Bronx/Herbert Lehman) won 6-3 at 149, and TJ Nelson (Somers) won 6-2 at heavyweight. Kyle Conrad (Bath) also earned a forfeit win at 125 lbs.
Alfred State returns to action on Friday, Dec. 3rd when they compete at the Niagara CCC Duals. They continue action on Dec. 4th at the NCCC Open.