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Lady Spikers Sweep Adirondack Pod

The Alfred State College volleyball team swept all three of their matches at the Adirondack CC Pod on Saturday. The wins improve the Lady Pioneers to 7-3 overall and 3-0 in Region III Division III play.

The Alfred State College volleyball team swept all three of their matches at the Adirondack CC Pod on Saturday. The wins improve the Lady Pioneers to 7-3 overall and 3-0 in Region III Division III play.

ASC opened the day with a 25-20, 25-9, 25-8 victory over Hudson Valley CC.  They then defeated host ACC 25-12, 25-18, 25-17 before finishing the day with a 25-12, 25-18, 25-12 victory over Fulton Montgomery CC.

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Lady Pioneers Down Monroe

After dropping the first game, the Alfred State College volleyball team rallied to win the next three to defeat Monroe CC 22-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-11 in a WNYC match-up.  ASC improves to 4-3 and 1-1 in WNYAC play on the season while MCC is now 4-2.

After dropping the first game, the Alfred State College volleyball team rallied to win the next three to defeat Monroe CC 22-25, 25-23, 25-23, 25-11 in a WNYC match-up.  ASC improves to 4-3 and 1-1 in WNYAC play on the season while MCC is now 4-2.

Ashley Hulse (Hammondsport) had 13 kills, eight digs, and seven blocks while Meghan Kraus (Trumansburg) finished with 15 kills and 11 digs.  Mandy Bush (Altoona, PA) passed out 34 assists and had six digs,  Kay Pfleghardt (Tioga) had 13 digs, seven kills, and three aces, and Kara Anderson (Ontario) had 17 digs.

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Lady Spikers Battle Tough

The Alfred State College volleyball team battled tough with Genesee CC in their opening WNYAC match of the season but fell 25-27, 13-25, 25-22, 19-25.  ASC is now 3-3 on the season while GCC is 3-10.

The Alfred State College volleyball team battled tough with Genesee CC in their opening WNYAC match of the season but fell 25-27, 13-25, 25-22, 19-25.  ASC is now 3-3 on the season while GCC is 3-10.

Meghan Kraus (Trumansburg) led the Lady Pioneers with 13 kills and added 11 digs.  Kay Pfleghardt (Tioga) added 16 digs and six kills, Ashley Hulse (Hammondsport) had eight kills and four blocks, and Mandy Bush (Altoona, PA) passed out 28 assists and added seven digs.  Mishaya Tuttle (Campbell Savona) collected 13 digs while Kara Anderson (Wayne) had 12.

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Lady Spikers Finish 2nd at ASC Tournament

The Alfred State College volleyball team finished 2nd as they opened their 2011 season at the ASC Tournament.  The Lady Pioneers finished 3-2 on the day and fell in a tight match to Butler (PA)  CCC in the finals 2-1.

The Alfred State College volleyball team finished 2nd as they opened their 2011 season at the ASC Tournament.  The Lady Pioneers finished 3-2 on the day and fell in a tight match to Butler (PA)  CCC in the finals 2-1.

ASC opened pool play with a 25-15, 25-19 win over Mohawk Valley CC.  They led Butler CCC early in set one but fell 22-25, 19-25.  In their final match of pool play, ASC downed defending Region III champion Herkimer CC 25-16, 25-8 to advance to the semifinals.

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Field Set for 2011 ASC Volleyball Invitational

The field and brackets are set for the 2011 Alfred State College Volleyball Invitational.  The Pioneers welcome seven teams to the Orvis Activities Center on Saturday for the all-day event.

The field and brackets are set for the 2011 Alfred State College Volleyball Invitational.  The Pioneers welcome seven teams to the Orvis Activities Center on Saturday for the all-day event.

Alfred State will be joined by Mohawk Valley, Herkimer CCC, Butler CCC, SUNY Delhi, Nassau CC, Mercyhurst North East, and Jamestown CC.  Nassau and Herkimer both advanced to the NJCAA Division III National Championships last year.

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Pioneers Garner Academic Awards

Several Alfred State College athletes have earned honors from the NJCAA, Region III, and the Western New York Athletic Conference for outstanding academic achievements.  Three Pioneers were recipients of the NJCAA Award for Superior Academic Achievement, three more were honored with the NJCAA Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement, 11 were named Academic All-Region, and 15 were named Academic All-Conference.

Several Alfred State College athletes have earned honors from the NJCAA, Region III, and the Western New York Athletic Conference for outstanding academic achievements.  Three Pioneers were recipients of the NJCAA Award for Superior Academic Achievement, three more were honored with the NJCAA Award for Exemplary Academic Achievement, 11 were named Academic All-Region, and 15 were named Academic All-Conference.

Arroyo Named New Alfred State Athletic Director

Alfred State College Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Steve Tyrell has announced that Dr. Daryl Arroyo has been named the new Director of Athletics, Physical Education, Recreation and Intramurals.  Arroyo, who succeeds Kathy Feldman, begins his new duties at Alfred State on June 29. 

Daryl ArroyoAlfred State College Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Steve Tyrell has announced that Dr. Daryl Arroyo has been named the new Director of Athletics, Physical Education, Recreation and Intramurals.  Arroyo, who succeeds Kathy Feldman, begins his new duties at Alfred State on June 29. 

Leadership, Sportsmanship, and Academic Awards Handed Out

The Alfred State College athletic department handed out the Leadership, Sportsmanship, and Academic awards recently at the college's annual end of year banquet.  Cody Dill (Unatego) and Angela Depew (Wellsville) were the recipients of the leadership award, Andy Jones (Milford) and Amber Harding (Fillmore) received the sportsmanship awards, and Alex Farrell (N. Tonawanda), Charise Nankivell (Hornell), and Andrea Presher (Prattsburgh) won the academic awards.

The Alfred State College athletic department handed out the Leadership, Sportsmanship, and Academic awards recently at the college's annual end of year banquet.  Cody Dill (Unatego) and Angela Depew (Wellsville) were the recipients of the leadership award, Andy Jones (Milford) and Amber Harding (Fillmore) received the sportsmanship awards, and Alex Farrell (N. Tonawanda), Charise Nankivell (Hornell), and Andrea Presher (Prattsburgh) won the academic awards.

Dig Pink Event Raises Over $1,200

The Alfred State College volleyball team raised $1,225 with their "Dig Pink" event on Tuesday, October 19th.  The money raised will be donated to the Side-Out Foundation.

Dig PinkThe Alfred State College volleyball team raised $1,225 with their "Dig Pink" event on Tuesday, October 19th.  The money raised will be donated to the Side-Out Foundation.

The Lady Pioneers raised money with various fundraisers.  "Dig Pink" t-shirts were sold, a duck raffle was held, a jar war competition was waged, and the players on the team designed theme baskets that were raffled off.

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Haines and Dumbleton Named All-Region

Alfred State College sophomore volleyball players Brittany Haines (Salamanca) and Kelley Dumbleton (Warsaw) have been named All-Region.  Haines was a 1st team selection for the second time while Dumbleton was named 2nd team.

Alfred State College sophomore volleyball players Brittany Haines (Salamanca) and Kelley Dumbleton (Warsaw) have been named All-Region.  Haines was a 1st team selection for the second time while Dumbleton was named 2nd team.

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