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Gobezai and Parker Named All-WNYAC

Alfred State College men's basketball players Younatan Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) and Patrick Parker (Jamaica/Hillcrest) have been named All-WNYAC honorable mention.

Alfred State College men's basketball players Younatan Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) and Patrick Parker (Jamaica/Hillcrest) have been named All-WNYAC honorable mention.

Gobezai led the Pioneers in WNYAC play with a 15.7 point average.  He finished the season averaging 13.3 points per game.  He also chipped in 122 rebounds, 89 assists, and 29 steals.  He shot a team best 80% (92 for 115) from the foul line.  Gobezai started 25 of the teams 28 games this season.

Strong Start to Second Half Leads Cougars

Genesee CC started the second half on an 18-0 run and increased their three-point half to 21 en route to a 72-59 victory.

Genesee CC started the second half on an 18-0 run and increased their three-point halftime lead to 21 en route to a 72-59 victory.  GCC heads into the postseason with an 18-11 mark while the Pioneers conclude their season at 5-23.

Terrell Rankin led all scorers with 26 points while Demetrius Beauford recorded a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds.  GCC held a 50 to 37 advantage on the boards and forced ASC into 21 turnovers.

Pioneers Can't Rally Back

The Alfred State College men's basketball team couldn't rally all the way back from an 18-point deficit and fell 84-74 to Niagara CCC in their final road contest of the season.  NCCC improves to 19-8 on the year.

The Alfred State College men's basketball team couldn't rally all the way back from an 18-point deficit and fell 84-74 to Niagara CCC in their final road contest of the season.  NCCC improves to 19-8 on the year.

Robbie Seyler led the Thunder Wolves with 32 points on 11 for 15 shooting.  AJ Roberts finished with a double-double with 17 points and 10 boards while Lorenzo Joseph chipped in 13.

Former Pioneer Basketball Players Excelling

Former Alfred State College men's basketball players Dan Foley (Irondequoit) and Travis Brannen (Elmira Free) have played important roles in recent basketball games for their current schools.

Former Alfred State College men's basketball players Dan Foley (Irondequoit) and Travis Brannen (Elmira Free) have played important roles in recent basketball games for their current schools.

Foley was named the NAIA Division II men's basketball player of the week after two solid performances for Roberts Wesleyan College.  Versus Point Park he had 15 points, 12 rebounds, and eight assists and nearly posted a triple-double when the Raiders upset #1 Walsh (Ohio) recording 13 points, nine rebounds, and nine assists.

Pioneers Down Jaguars

The Alfred State College men's basketball team outscored JCC-Olean 46-36 in the second half en route to a 81-72 victory on Tuesday evening.

The Alfred State College men's basketball team outscored JCC-Olean 46-36 in the second half en route to a 81-72 victory on Tuesday evening.  The win is the Pioneers first conference victory of the season and improves the team to 5-21 (1-11 WNYAC).

Strong 2nd Half Leads Kats Past Pioneers

Erie CC shot 60.7% and scored 46 second half points to break open a three-point halftime lead in a 85-67 victory over Alfred State on Saturday.  The #6 ranked Kats improve to 22-2 (11-1 WNYAC) while ASC falls to 4-21.

Erie CC shot 60.7% and scored 46 second half points to break open a three-point halftime lead in a 85-67 victory over Alfred State on Saturday.  The #6 ranked Kats improve to 22-2 (11-1 WNYAC) while ASC falls to 4-21.

Tyshawn Edwards led all scorers with 27 points while God's Gift Achiuwa finished with 21 points and eight boards for ECC.  Sam Hattin chipped in nine.  ECC finished the day shooting 53.3% from the field and connected on seven three-pointers.

Balanced Attack Leads Pioneers to Victory

The Alfred State College men's basketball team had seven players score at least nine points as they downed Medaille College JV 85-65 on Wednesday evening.  The Pioneers are now 4-20 on the season.

The Alfred State College men's basketball team had seven players score at least nine points as they downed Medaille College JV 85-65 on Wednesday evening.  The Pioneers are now 4-20 on the season.

Pioneers Drop Heartbreaker

Alfred State College led for nearly 38 minutes of their contest versus Mercyhurst North East but the Saints were able to rally late in the 2nd half for a 64-60 victory.  The Saints improve to 16-5 (7-3 WNYAC) while the Pioneers are now 3-20 (0-10 WNYAC).

Alfred State College led for nearly 38 minutes of their contest versus Mercyhurst North East but the Saints were able to rally late in the 2nd half for a 64-60 victory.  The Saints improve to 16-5 (7-3 WNYAC) while the Pioneers are now 3-20 (0-10 WNYAC).

ASC Tangles with Ithaca

The Alfred State College men's basketball team could not hold on to a 2nd half lead as they fell 77-76 to Ithaca College JV on Monday night. 

The Alfred State College men's basketball team could not hold on to a 2nd half lead as they fell 77-76 to Ithaca College JV on Monday night. 

The Pioneers trailed 36-30 at half but rallied to lead by as many as 10 in the 2nd half but struggled at the foul line (2 of 7) down the stretch and allowed the Bombers to rally for the victory.

Younatan Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) led ASC with 22 points while Patrick Parker (Jamaica/Hillcrest) finished with 15.  Nick Tucker (Genesee Valley) chipped in 13.

Monroe Rides Hot Shooting

Monroe CC connected on 16-three pointers and shot 51% for the game as they downed Alfred State 108-70 on Saturday.  MCC is now 15-7, (7-1 WNYAC) while ASC is 3-18 (0-9 WNYAC).

Monroe CC connected on 16-three pointers and shot 51% for the game as they downed Alfred State 108-70 on Saturday.  MCC is now 15-7, (7-1 WNYAC) while ASC is 3-18 (0-9 WNYAC).

Younatan Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) led ASC with 18 points while Milton Colquehoun (Silver Springs, MD) continued his solid play as of late with 16.  Ryan Caron (Prattsburgh) chipped in nine.

Aaron Williams and Jacob Grant each had 19 points as the Tribunes finished with seven player in double figures.

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