Alfred State College - Football News
Alfred State travels to Stevens Tech (Lancaster, PA) on Saturday looking to win game #2 of the season.
Alfred State's offense could never get going as Erie CC defeated the Pioneers 30-7 in a Region III battle. The Pioneers are now 1-1 while the Kats are 1-2.
Alfred State takes on Erie CC on Saturday in a key Region III match-up. The Pioneer and Kats kick off at 1 p.m. at Jim Ball Stadium.
Most football players dream of one day playing on the biggest stage but few have the chance. Former Alfred State and Temple University wide receiver Rod Streater achieved his dream and made his NFL debut as a starting wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders as they took on the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football.
For the fifth straight season the Alfred State football team opened up their season with a victory. The Pioneers got contributions from all sides of the ball in their 27-3 victory over Hartwick JV on Sunday afternoon.
The Alfred State athletic department will host a viewing party of Rod Streater's NFL debut with the Oakland Raiders. Doors will open in the Cappadonia Auditorium (in the Orvis Activities Center) at 10 p.m. for the 10:15 p.m. kickoff.
Alfred State Alum Rod Streater has made the Oakland Raiders 53-man opening day roster. Streater had an impressive preseason and is currently listed 3rd on the depth chart.
The Alfred State football team's 2012 season opener vs. Brockport JV slated for Labor Day has been cancelled. The two teams will not make-up the game but Alfred will look to find a game for their open week to make up for this cancellation.
Updated 8/21: Former Alfred State football player Rod Streater is creating a buzz around the Oakland Raiders and the NFL after his performance in his first preseason game vs. the Dallas Cowboys. Streater, an undrafted free agent, spent a year as a safety and a year at wide receiver wearing the Pioneer blue & gold before transferring to Temple University for his final two years of college eligibility.
The 2012 Alfred State football team will play six of their ten games in the friendly confines of Pioneer Stadium. The defending Region III champions will look to build on the momentum of a 6-4 record in 2011.