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Pioneers fall to Erie

For the second time in less than a week the Alfred State College men's basketball team gave Erie CC all they could handle but couldn't pull off the upset of the #8 ranked Kats.  ECC used a 16 to 3 run in the 2nd half en route to a 76-67 victory.

For the second time in less than a week the Alfred State College men's basketball team gave Erie CC all they could handle but couldn't pull off the upset of the #8 ranked Kats.  ECC used a 16 to 3 run in the 2nd half en route to a 76-67 victory.

The Pioneers fall to 16-9 on the year while the Kats improve to 21-5.

Dusty Marshall (Newfield) and Fran Lantigua (Jamestown) each finished with 14 points to lead A-State.  Lantigua added seven rebounds.  Pat White (Warren, OH) chipped in 12 and Cerrone Jackson (Forrest Hills) finished with 10.

Pioneers upset Monroe on Buzzer Beater

Fran Lantigua (Jamestown) hit a flying lay-up just before the horn rang as the Alfred State College men's basketball team upset #8 Monroe CC in a hard fought, back and forth battle, 68-67.  The win was the first for the Pioneers versus Monroe in Jusianiec's eight years at Alfred (19-games).  With the win the Pioneers improve to 16-8 (5-4 WNYAC) while the Tribunes fall to 21-6 (9-2 WNYAC).

Fran LantiguaFran Lantigua (Jamestown) hit a flying lay-up just before the horn rang as the Alfred State College men's basketball team upset #8 Monroe CC in a hard fought, back and forth battle, 68-67.  The win was the first for the Pioneers versus Monroe in Jusianiec's eight years at Alfred (19-games).  With the win the Pioneers improve to 16-8 (5-4 WNYAC) while the Tribunes fall to 21-6 (9-2 WNYAC).

Pioneers Hang Tough but Fall to Erie

The Alfred State College men's basketball team hung tough with #13 Erie CC in a physical battle on Thursday evening but fell 78-68 to the Kats.  ECC improves to 19-5 (8-1 WNYAC) while ASC drops its third straight and falls to 15-8 (4-4 WNYAC).

Dusty Marshall - 2The Alfred State College men's basketball team hung tough with #13 Erie CC in a physical battle on Thursday evening but fell 78-68 to the Kats.  ECC improves to 19-5 (8-1 WNYAC) while ASC drops its third straight and falls to 15-8 (4-4 WNYAC).

Pioneers Fall in OT

The Alfred State College men's basketball team overcame a 17-point halftime deficit and sent the contest into overtime with a Dusty Marshall (Newfield) three-pointer with 2.1 seconds remaining but the Pioneers went ice cold in the overtime session (0 for 10 from the field) and fell 71-61 to Jamestown CC.  The Jayhawks improve to 13-12 on the year while A-State falls to 15-7 (4-3 WNYAC).
The Alfred State College men's basketball team overcame a 17-point halftime deficit and sent the contest into overtime with a Dusty Marshall (Newfield) three-pointer with 2.1 seconds remaining but the Pioneers went ice cold in the overtime session (0 for 10 from the field) and fell 71-61 to Jamestown CC.  The Jayhawks improve to 13-12 on the year while A-State falls to 15-7 (4-3 WNYAC).

Pioneers drop close one to Monroe

The Alfred State College men's basketball team had its chances versus #8 Monroe CC but couldn't overcome 35 turnovers and 15 missed foul shots.  The Tribunes held on for a 63-54 victory.

The Alfred State College men's basketball team had its chances versus #8 Monroe CC but couldn't overcome 35 turnovers and 15 missed foul shots.  The Tribunes held on for a 63-54 victory.

Fran Lantigua (Jamestown) led A-State with 12 points and nine rebounds from the bench while Cerrone Jackson (Forrest Hills) and Travis Brannen (Elmira Free) chipped in 10 each.  Brannen also grabbed nine boards.

Blue and Gold win tight one over Niagara

The Alfred State College men's basketball team overcame a slow start and 23 turnovers to down Niagara County CC 72-68 in a WNYAC contest at the Orvis Activities Center on Thursday evening.  With the victory the Blue and Gold improve to 15-5 (4-1 WNYAC) on the season.

The Alfred State College men's basketball team overcame a slow start and 23 turnovers to down Niagara County CC 72-68 in a WNYAC contest at the Orvis Activities Center on Thursday evening.  With the victory the Blue and Gold improve to 15-5 (4-1 WNYAC) on the season.

Niagara jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the first five minutes of the game and led by as many as 12 points in the 1st half before the Pioneers rallied to tie the game at 32-32 at half.

Both Basketball Teams Receving Votes in National Poll

Both the Alfred State College men's and women's basketball teams received votes in the NJCAA Division II poll released this morning.  This is the first time this season either team has been in the poll.

Both the Alfred State College men's and women's basketball teams received votes in the NJCAA Division II poll released this morning.  This is the first time this season either team has been in the poll.

The women's team came into the week with a 11-4 record.  They are led by Tiffany McLaughlin (Wellsville).  McLaughlin is averaging 21.6 points per game while her teammate Anthia Smith (Elmira Free) is averaging 16.7 points and 13.9 rebounds a game.

Pioneers suffer first WNYAC loss

All five starters on the Alfred State College men's basketball team finished in double-figures but Genesee CC hit 12-three pointers en route to a 88-80 victory.  ASC falls to 14-5 (3-1 WNYAC) while GCC improves to 8-11.

All five starters on the Alfred State College men's basketball team finished in double-figures but Genesee CC hit 12-three pointers en route to a 88-80 victory.  ASC falls to 14-5 (3-1 WNYAC) while GCC improves to 8-11.

Dusty Marshall (Newfield) led A-State with 18 points and 10 rebounds while Travis Brannen (Elmira Free) added 18 points and seven rebounds.  Pat White (Warren, OH) chipped in 17 points and nine rebounds, Cerrone Jackson (Forrest Hills) added 11 points and six assists, and Dan Foley (Irondequoit) finished with 10 points and seven boards.

A-State Wins Sixth Straight

Dusty MarshallThe Alfred State College men's basketball team remained perfect in Western New York Athletic Conference play and won its sixth straight game Saturday, 58-48 over Jamestown CC.  With the win the Pioneers improve to 14-4 overall (3-0 WNYAC) while the Jayhawks fall to 10-11 (3-3 WNYAC).

Dusty MarshallThe Alfred State College men's basketball team remained perfect in Western New York Athletic Conference play and won its sixth straight game Saturday, 58-48 over Jamestown CC.  With the win the Pioneers improve to 14-4 overall (3-0 WNYAC) while the Jayhawks fall to 10-11 (3-3 WNYAC).

Foley nets 30 as A-State downs Mercyhurst

Dan Foley (Irondequoit) led Alfred State to a big WNYAC victory over Mercyhurst North East, 80-78, on Thursday evening.  Foley scored a career high 30 points as the Pioneers improve to 13-4 overall and 2-0 in WNYAC play.

Dan Foley (Irondequoit) led Alfred State to a big WNYAC victory over Mercyhurst North East, 80-78, on Thursday evening.  Foley scored a career high 30 points as the Pioneers improve to 13-4 overall and 2-0 in WNYAC play.

Foley was 10 for 15 from the field, 2 for 2 from three, and 8 for 10 from the foul line in 39 minutes of play.  He also added nine rebounds, five assists, and four blocks.

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