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Jamestown Rallies for Victory

The Alfred State College men’s basketball team led for the first 32 minutes of the game but Jamestown CC tied it and outscored the Pioneers 20-16 in the final eight minutes to earn a 69-65 victory. 

The Alfred State College men’s basketball team led for the first 32 minutes of the game but Jamestown CC tied it and outscored the Pioneers 20-16 in the final eight minutes to earn a 69-65 victory. 

Branden Woods led the Jayhawks with 19 points and eight rebounds while Zieyik Estime added 17 points.  Markus Williams chipped in 13.  JCC was helped by a 28 for 41 performance at the foul line.  They also held a 43-31 advantage on the boards.

Pioneers Battle Cougars Tough

An undermanned Alfred State College men's basketball team gave Genesee CC all they could handle on Tuesday night.  The eight Pioneers that dressed trailed by only five at half but could never gain the lead in the second half and fell 85-74.

An undermanned Alfred State College men's basketball team gave Genesee CC all they could handle on Tuesday night.  The eight Pioneers that dressed trailed by only five at half but could never gain the lead in the second half and fell 85-74.

Younatan Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) led the blue & gold with 21 points.  Nick Tucker (Genesee Valley) finished with 20 points and nine rebounds while Milton Colquehoun (Silver Springs, MD) chipped in 17.

ASC shot 9 for 17 from three-point land and was 22 for 25 from the foul line but was slowed down by 27 turnovers.

Changes in Basketball DH Tuesday

Changes have been made to the schedule for Alfred State College's basketball doubleheader on Tuesday evening.  The men's contest at Genesee CC will be now played at 4 p.m. followed by the women battling at 6 p.m.

Changes were necessary due to the impending forecast of poor weather.

Changes have been made to the schedule for Alfred State College's basketball doubleheader on Tuesday evening.  The men's contest at Genesee CC will be now played at 4 p.m. followed by the women battling at 6 p.m.

Changes were necessary due to the impending forecast of poor weather.

Pioneers Can't Stop NCCC Run

The Alfred State College men's basketball team led by as many as 16 in the 1st half but Niagara CCC used a 25-0 run that spanned the last six minutes of the 1st half and a the first five of the 2nd half to rally for a 79-66 victory. 

The Alfred State College men's basketball team led by as many as 16 in the 1st half but Niagara CCC used a 25-0 run that spanned the last six minutes of the 1st half and a the first five of the 2nd half to rally for a 79-66 victory. 

NCCC couldn't get much going in the first half and the Pioneers displayed offense patience and moved the ball well to race to an early 16 point lead.  The Thunder Wolves cut into the lead but still trailed 36-30 at intermission.  They continued their run at the start of the 2nd half and never looked back.

JCC-Olean Uses 3's to Down Pioneers

Jamestown-Olean connected on eight 3-pointers in the first half en route to a 75-59 victory over Alfred State.  JCC's hot shooting helped them build a 38-28 halftime lead which they never relinquished.

Jamestown-Olean connected on eight 3-pointers in the first half en route to a 75-59 victory over Alfred State.  JCC's hot shooting helped them build a 38-28 halftime lead which they never relinquished.

Patrick Parker (Jamaica/Hillcrest) continued his solid play as of late finishing with a team high 20 points.

Alfred State (3-14, 0-5 WNYAC) closed within three, 44-41 in the second half but never could get any closer.

The blue & gold return to action on Saturday when they host Niagara CCC at 3 p.m.

 

Slow Start Dooms Pioneers

#3 Erie CC went on a 22-6 run to start the game en route to a 96-58 victory at the Flickenger Center on Tuesday.  ASC falls to 3-13 (0-4 WNYAC) on the year while ECC improves to 16-1 (5-0 WNYAC).

#3 Erie CC went on a 22-6 run to start the game en route to a 96-58 victory at the Flickenger Center on Tuesday.  ASC falls to 3-13 (0-4 WNYAC) on the year while ECC improves to 16-1 (5-0 WNYAC).

God’s Gift Achiuwa led five Kat scorers with 22 points and added 11.  Tyshawn Edward chipped in 19, Isaiah Boyd had 16, Dequan Jones had 12, and Yandell Denis chipped in 10.

Tribunes Top Pioneers

Monroe CC led throughout as they defeated Alfred State 64-48 in a WNYAC contest Saturday afternoon at the Orvis Activities Center.  MCC improves to 10-7 on the year while ASC falls to 3-12.

Monroe CC led throughout as they defeated Alfred State 64-48 in a WNYAC contest Saturday afternoon at the Orvis Activities Center.  MCC improves to 10-7 on the year while ASC falls to 3-12.

Greg Williams led the Tribunes with 21 points while Andre Armstrong came off the bench connected on 13 points.  Christopher Thompson chipped in 10 for the Tribunes who led 35-19 at half.  MCC shot 38.9% from the field and connected on six of 19 three-point attempts.

Saints Use 1st Half Run to Down Pioneers

Mercyhurst North East outscored Alfred State 9-2 in the final three minutes of the first half to break a 21-21 en route to a 77-67 WNYAC victory.  ASC is now 3-11 (0-2 WNYAC) on the season while MNE is 10-3 (1-1).

Mercyhurst North East outscored Alfred State 9-2 in the final three minutes of the first half to break a 21-21 en route to a 77-67 WNYAC victory.  ASC is now 3-11 (0-2 WNYAC) on the season while MNE is 10-3 (1-1).

Geovonte Rose led the Saints with 18 points and 15 rebounds while Nate Williams added 18 points and 12 boards.  DeJaun McGaughy added 14.  Mercyhurst shot 44.7% from the field and held a 49 to 41 advantage on the boards.

ASC drops 2011 Opener

The Alfred State College men's basketball team returned to action after over a month off and fell 66-50 in their 2011 and WNYAC opener.  ASC led 25-24 at half but was unable to hold the lead.  The Pioneers are now 3-10 on the season.

The Alfred State College men's basketball team returned to action after over a month off and fell 66-50 in their 2011 and WNYAC opener.  ASC led 25-24 at half but was unable to hold the lead.  The Pioneers are now 3-10 on the season.

Younatan Gobezai (Bethesda, MD) led the blue & gold with 15 points while Milton Colquehoun (Silver Springs, MD) and Nick Tucker (Belmont/Genesee Valley) each chipped in eight.

The Pioneers return to action on Thursday when they travel to Mercyhurst North East for a 7:30 p.m. tip-off with the Saints.

Pioneers Win in Final Second

Josh Griffin (Englewood, NJ) followed up a missed lay-up with 0.8 seconds remaining to lift the Alfred State College men's basketball team to a 68-67 victory over CC of Beaver County on Tuesday evening.

Josh Griffin (Englewood, NJ) followed up a missed lay-up with 0.8 seconds remaining to lift the Alfred State College men's basketball team to a 68-67 victory over CC of Beaver County on Tuesday evening.

The Pioneers trailed by nine with just under five minutes left in the contest but rallied to tie the game at 64-64 with just under a minute left.  Jay Fletcher connected on three foul shots to increase the lead to 67-64 before Griffin cut it back to one with 5.9 seconds remaining.

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