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Softball Wraps up Spring Trip

The Alfred State College softball team split their final doubleheader at Snowbird Softball in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The Pioneers earned a forfeit victory in their opener over Massasoit (MA) CC and then fell 5-2 to Marshalltown (IA) CC.  ASC finishes the trip with a 1-7 record.

The Alfred State College softball team split their final doubleheader at Snowbird Softball in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The Pioneers earned a forfeit victory in their opener over Massasoit (MA) CC and then fell 5-2 to Marshalltown (IA) CC.  ASC finishes the trip with a 1-7 record.

In the opener, Massasoit was unable to field a team after the flu bug hit the team and left the coaching staff with just eight players.

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Lady Pioneers continue spring break trip

The Alfred State College softball team continued their spring trip to Myrtle Beach on Wednesday and were downed 8-4 by OSU (OH) Newark and 9-1 by Mercer (NJ) County CC.  The Lady Pioneers head into the final day of competition at Snowbird Softball on Thursday with a 0-6 record.

The Alfred State College softball team continued their spring trip to Myrtle Beach on Wednesday and were downed 8-4 by OSU (OH) Newark and 9-1 by Mercer (NJ) County CC.  The Lady Pioneers head into the final day of competition at Snowbird Softball on Thursday with a 0-6 record.

In the opener versus OSU, Caitlin Neill (Alfred Almond) and Bridgett Bachert (Horseheads) each finished 2 for 3 while Holly Fitzpatrick (Hornell) was 1 for 1 with a run scored and two RBI.

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ASC falls to Rochester & Southwestern in Myrtle

The Alfred State College softball team fell in both halves of a doubleheader as they continued play at Snowbird Softball in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The Lady Pioneers (0-4) fell 2-1 in the opener to Rochester (MN) CTC and then fell 11-2 to Southwestern (IA) CC.

The Alfred State College softball team fell in both halves of a doubleheader as they continued play at Snowbird Softball in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The Lady Pioneers (0-4) fell 2-1 in the opener to Rochester (MN) CTC and then fell 11-2 to Southwestern (IA) CC.

In the opener Becky Simpson (Campbell Savona) didn't allow an earned run but was the tough luck loser.  She struck out five batters on the day.  Bridgett Bachert (Horseheads) accounted for the lone run of the game when she connected on a solo homer, her first of her career.

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Lady Pioneers fall in season opener

The Alfred State College softball team couldn't overcome sloppy defense and fell in both halves of their season opening doubleheader in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The Lady Pioneers fell 11-0 to Mohawk Valley CC in the opener and then fell 8-4 to Northampton (PA) CC.

The Alfred State College softball team couldn't overcome sloppy defense and fell in both halves of their season opening doubleheader in Myrtle Beach, SC.  The Lady Pioneers fell 11-0 to Mohawk Valley CC in the opener and then fell 8-4 to Northampton (PA) CC.

Katherine McCarthy (Orchard Park) was 2 for 2 vs. Mohawk Valley while Bridgett Bachert (Horseheads) and Teresa Walker (Jamestown) each finished 1 for 2.

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Simpson Named Pre-season All-American

Alfred State College sophomore pitcher Becky Simpson (Campbell Savona) has been named a NJCAA Division III Pre-Season All-American.  Simpson is one of two pitchers on the 2nd team.

Becky SimpsonAlfred State College sophomore pitcher Becky Simpson (Campbell Savona) has been named a NJCAA Division III Pre-Season All-American.  Simpson is one of two pitchers on the 2nd team.

Simpson was a 2nd team All-Region selection for the 16-14 Lady Pioneers.  She tossed 105.2 innings and was 13-4 on the season with a 2.98 ERA.  She pitched two shutouts, held opponents to a .168 batting average and struck out 119 batters.

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A-State to Induct Three into Hall of Fame

The Alfred State College athletic department will induct three new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame on January 26.  Kathryn Stedman (volleyball & softball), Joseba Sarriegui (cross country & track & field), and Mike Brown (baseball) will be inducted at a brunch ceremony in the Allegany Room of Central Dining Hall and then honored in between games of the basketball doubleheader with Jamestown CC the same afternoon.
[img_assist|nid=3666|title=Kathy Stedman - Hall of Fame|desc=2007 Hall of Fame Inductee Kathy Stedman and her friends and family|link=none|align=center|width=300|height=177][img_assist|nid=3667|title=Mike Brown - Hall of Fame|desc=2007 Hall of Fame Inductee Mike Brown's Family and Friends|link=none|align=center|width=300|height=174]The Alfred State College athletic department will induct three new members into the Athletic Hall of Fame on January 26.  Kathryn Stedman (volleyball & softball), Joseba Sarriegui (cross country & track & field), and Mike Brown (baseball) will be induct

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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Tyler and Simpson named All-Region

Alfred State softball players Nichole Tyler (Spencer Van Etten) and Becky Simpson (Campbell Savona) have been honored by Region III by being named to the Division III All-Region team.  Tyler was a 1st team selection while Simpson made the 2nd team.

Alfred State softball players Nichole Tyler (Spencer Van Etten) and Becky Simpson (Campbell Savona) have been honored by Region III by being named to the Division III All-Region team.  Tyler was a 1st team selection while Simpson made 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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