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Pioneers and Panthers battle to a tie

Alfred State and Tompkins Cortland CC battled to a 1-1 tie at the Mullen Hill Field in Alfred in the season opener for both teams.
Alfred State and Tompkins Cortland CC battled to a 1-1 tie at the Mullen Hill Field in Alfred in the season opener for both teams.

The Panthers got on the board first when Kyle Clapper got his knee on a crossing pass from Jean-Piere Rosas with 8:30 remaining in the first half.  TCCC held a 5 to 1 advantage on shots in the first half.

Jeremy Nantka (Lancaster) knotted the game up 14 minutes into the second half when he was able to connect on a pass from Dominic Bisone (Tonawanda).  TCCC once again out-shot ASC in the second, 7 to 4.

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Friendly 5K Helps Restock Local Food Pantry

The Alfred State College cross country team helped restock the Alfred-Almond food pantry by hosting the 3rd annual Friendly 5K.  Six local high school teams took on the newly redesigned course at Alfred State

The Alfred State College cross country team helped re-stock the Alfred-Almond food pantry by hosting the 3rd annual Friendly 5K on Tuesday morning.  Each of the nearly 100 runners brought a food item to be donated.

Runners from Hornell, Bath, Canisteo-Greenwood, Cuba Rushford, Addison, and Arkport participated in the scrimmage in preparation for their upcoming seasons.   Prizes were given randomly to the runners.

 

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Cross Country raises $1,000 for Cancer Society

The Alfred State College cross country team started preseason practice in an unusual way to celebrate the college's Centennial.  The 17 members of the 2007 squad along with Head Coach Gary Moore and Assistant Coach Jeremiah Bailey participated in a 130 mile relay run that took them from Lockport to Alfred and raised $1,000 for the American Cancer Society.
The Alfred State College cross country team started preseason practice in an unusual way to celebrate the college's Centennial.  The 17 members of the 2007 squad along with Head Coach Gary Moore and Assistant Coach Jeremiah Bailey participated in a 130 mile relay run that took them from Lockport to Alfred and raised $1,000 for the American Cancer Society.

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Former Pioneer Hyman signs with Voorhees

Former Alfred State College basketball player Damian Hyman has signed a full scholarship to attend Voorhees College (Denmark, SC) beginning this fall.
Former Alfred State College basketball player Damian Hyman has signed a full scholarship to attend Voorhees College (Denmark, SC) beginning this fall.

Holmok named women's soccer coach

Alfred State College athletic director Kathy Feldman has appointed Anne Holmok as the college's women's soccer coach for the 2007 season.  Holmok begins her second stint as the Lady Pioneers head coach on August 13th.

Alfred State College athletic director Kathy Feldman has appointed Anne Holmok as the college's women's soccer coach for the 2007 season.  Holmok begins her second stint as the Lady Pioneers head coach on August 13th.

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Sanchez named 1st team All-American

Shortstop Jose Sanchez (Tachira, Venezuela) has been named a NJCAA Division II 1st team All-American.  Sanchez is the third Pioneer ever to be named 1st team All-American and the fifth baseball player to be named All-American.

Jose SancezShortstop Jose Sanchez (Tachira, Venezuela) has been named a NJCAA Division II 1st team All-American.  Sanchez is the third Pioneer ever to be named 1st team All-American and the fifth baseball player to be named All-American.

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New Era Coming for Alfred State Athletes

Groundbreaking CeremonyA new era of Alfred State College athletics will begin this fall as the Pioneers will have a brand new on-campus facility that will be the new home for football, soccer, lacrosse, and track & field. Work started on the complex a few weeks back but the grounds were officially broken in a ceremony held on Friday.

Groundbreaking CeremonyA new era of Alfred State College athletics will begin this fall as the Pioneers will have a brand new on-campus facility that will be the new home for football, soccer, lacrosse, and track & field. Work started on the complex a few weeks back but the grounds were officially broken in a ceremony held on Friday.

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Five Pioneers named Chancellor Scholar Athletes

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Five Alfred State College student-athletes have been awarded the SUNY Chancellor&#39;s Award for Scholar Athletes.  Nichole Tyler (Spencer Van Etten), Gallaway Longenecker (Manheim, PA), Heather Yaple (Holland Patent), Paul Farrell (Derby), and Zak Williamson (Rocky Point) all were honored.
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Five Alfred State College student-athletes have been awarded the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Scholar Athletes.  Nichole Tyler (Spencer Van Etten), Gallaway Longenecker (Manheim, PA), Heather Yaple (Holland Patent), Paul Farrell (Derby), and Zak Williamson (Rocky Point) all were honored.

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Bova and Wensel named All-WNYAC

Lacrosse players Jeremiah Bova (Salamanca) and Mitch Wensel (Corning East) have added another recognition to their freshmen campaigns.  Both Bova and Wensel were named to the All-Western New York Athletic Conference team.

Lacrosse players Jeremiah Bova (Salamanca) and Mitch Wensel (Corning East) have added another recognition to their freshmen campaigns.  Both Bova and Wensel were named to the All-Western New York Athletic Conference team.

Bova appeared in net in all ten games for the Blue and Gold and made nine starts.  He logged 476 minutes, made 192 saves, and finished with a save percentage of 66%.

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Tyler and Waters named All-WNYAC

Nichole Tyler (Spencer Van Etten) and Becky Waters (Elmira Heights) have been selected to represent Alfred State on the All-Western New York Athletic Conference team.  Tyler was named a 1st team infielder while Waters was named to the 2nd team.

Nichole Tyler (Spencer Van Etten) and Becky Waters (Elmira Heights) have been selected to represent Alfred State on the All-Western New York Athletic Conference team.  Tyler was named a 1st team infielder while Waters was named to the 2nd team.

Tyler led the Lady Pioneers with a .398 batting average (33 for 83).  She collected three doubles, two triples, and two home runs.  She scored 23 runs, drove in 23 runs, and stole seven bases.

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