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Lady Pioneers Squeeze Orange

The Alfred State College women's basketball team improved to 5-2 with a 66-54 victory at SUNY Orange on Saturday afternoon.

The Alfred State College women's basketball team improved to 5-2 with a 66-54 victory at SUNY Orange on Saturday afternoon.

Khaylah Moss (Chenango Valley) led the Lady Pioneers with 13 points and 14 boards while Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds.  Jenna Harrington (Gasport) finished with eight points and five rebounds while Yakima Williams (Broooklyn/Franklin Lane) chipped in eight points.

Lady Pioneers Down Houghton JV

The Alfred State College women's basketball team downed Houghton JV on Thursday evening 76-40.  ASC is now 4-2 on the young season.

The Alfred State College women's basketball team downed Houghton JV on Thursday evening 76-40.  ASC is now 4-2 on the young season.

Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) led the Lady Pioneers with 18 points and 16 rebounds.  Jenna Harrington (Gasport) chipped in 14 points and three steals while Nuri Bey (Bronx/Evander Childs) finished with eight points and seven boards.

The blue & gold return to action on Saturday when they travel to SUNY Orange for a 1 p.m. tip-off with the Colts.

Lady Pioneers Power Past Cayuga

The Alfred State College women's basketball team used a 79 to 46 rebounding advantage en route to a 69-56 victory over Cayuga CC.  ASC is now 3-2 on the season.

The Alfred State College women's basketball team used a 79 to 46 rebounding advantage en route to a 69-56 victory over Cayuga CC.  ASC is now 3-2 on the season.

Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) led the Lady Pioneers with 12 points and 14 rebounds while Nuri Bey (Bronx/Evander Childs) came off the bench and finished with 10 points and 21 boards.  Jenna Harrington (Gasport) chipped in 12 points and Amie Brooks (Pavilion) finished with 10.

Lady Pioneers Fall in Delhi Final

The Alfred State College women's basketball team struggled in their fourth game in six days and fell 63-36 to SUNY Delhi in the championship game of the Delhi Tournament.  ASC is now 2-2 on the season.

The Alfred State College women's basketball team struggled in their fourth game in six days and fell 63-36 to SUNY Delhi in the championship game of the Delhi Tournament.  ASC is now 2-2 on the season.

Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) was the leading scorer for ASC.  She finished with nine points and 12 rebounds en route to being named to the All-Tournament team.

The Lady Pioneers defeated Finger Lakes CC 61-50 on Saturday to advance to the finals.

ASC returns to the Orvis Activities Center on Tuesday for a 5:30 p.m. tip-off with Cayuga CC.

Boyd Registers 300th Win

Alfred State College women's basketball coach Gina Boyd registered her 300th career coaching win at Alfred State as the Lady Pioneers downed Finger Lakes CC 61-50 in the first round of the SUNY Delhi Tournament.

Alfred State College women's basketball coach Gina Boyd registered her 300th career coaching win at Alfred State as the Lady Pioneers downed Finger Lakes CC 61-50 in the first round of the SUNY Delhi Tournament.

The Lady Pioneers were paced by three double-figure scorers.  Amie Brooks (Pavilion) led the way with 15 points while Shadeeka Campbell (Brooklyn/William Grady) added 14.  Nuri Bey (Bronx/Evander Childs) chipped in 12.

Boyd, in her 21st season at the helm of the program, is now 300-216.

Moss leads Lady Pioneers Past Corning

Khaylah Moss (Chenango Valley) led the Alfred State women's basketball team to a 54-45 victory over Corning CC on Thursday evening.  ASC evens their record to 1-1 on the season while CCC falls to 0-2.

Khaylah Moss (Chenango Valley) led the Alfred State women's basketball team to a 54-45 victory over Corning CC on Thursday evening.  ASC evens their record to 1-1 on the season while CCC falls to 0-2.

Moss was the lone Lady Pioneer in the double figures leading ASC with 19 points and 20 rebounds.  Amie Brooks (Pavilion) and Jenna Harrington (Royalton Hartland) each chipped in seven points while Corrine Wright (Campbell Savona) had six.

Lady Pioneers Fall in Season Opener

The Alfred State College women's basketball team never got going as they fell 64-56 to Broome CC in their 2010 season opener. 

The Alfred State College women's basketball team never got going as they fell 64-56 to Broome CC in their 2010 season opener. 

ASC held just one lead, 2-0, in the game and trailed by as many 15 in the contest.  The Lady Pioneers tried to rally and cut the lead to five, 55-50, with just over four minutes left but could never get any closer.

Pioneers Open Up Hoop Season Tomorrow

The Alfred State College men's and women's basketball teams will open up their 2010-11 seasons on Tuesday evening when they host Broome CC at the Orvis Activities Center.

The Alfred State College men's and women's basketball teams will open up their 2010-11 seasons on Tuesday evening when they host Broome CC at the Orvis Activities Center.

The Lady Pioneers schedule features 26 games including two tournaments (@ SUNY Delhi Tournament and host the ASC Tournament).  ASC will feature a very young squad that has only two returners from last year's 11-16 team.

Athletic Department Hands Out End of Year Awards

The Alfred State College athletic department presented their annual end-of-year athletic awards during a ceremony held at the Lake Lodge on May 3rd.  The athlete of the year, sportsmanship, leadership, academic, and William Havens awards were presented.

The Alfred State College athletic department presented their annual end-of-year athletic awards during a ceremony held at the Lake Lodge on May 3rd.  The athlete of the year, sportsmanship, leadership, academic, and William Havens awards were presented.

Senior Athlete of the Year: Brittney Brooks (Elmira Free) & Neil Wilson (Ft. Worth, TX)

Brooks and McNeil Named All-Region

Alfred State College sophomores Brittney Brooks (Elmira Free) and Shawna McNeil (Hornell) have been named to the Region III Division II All-Region team.  Brooks was a 1st team selection while McNeil was a 2nd team selection.

Alfred State College sophomores Brittney Brooks (Elmira Free) and Shawna McNeil (Hornell) have been named to the Region III Division II All-Region team.  Brooks was a 1st team selection while McNeil was a 2nd team selection.

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