Alfred State College - Football News
Sir Aaron Taylor (West Chester/Lincoln Hall) will continue his academic and athletic collegiate career at Youngstown State. Taylor a second team NJCAA All-American is the third Pioneer in the past ten years to sign with the Penguins.
Alfred State College quarterback Cody Scepaniak (Vestal) has signed and is enrolled this spring at Northern Michigan University. Scepaniak will compete for the starting quarterback job this spring and fall for the Wildcats.
Alfred State College sophomore safety Sir Aaron Taylor (Westchester/Lincoln Hall) and freshman punter Colter Johnson (Warren, PA) have been named to the NJCAA All-American team. This is the third time in Coach Mick Caba’s tenure that two players have been named All-American in the same year.
Ten members of the Alfred State College football team have earned All-NFC honors. Sir Aaron Taylor (West Cheter/Lincoln Hall), Colter Johnson (Warren, PA), and Josh Griffin (Englewood, NJ/Dwight Morrow) were named to the 1st team, Kyle Ricks (Alexandria, VA/Mt. Vernon) was named 2nd team, and Cody Scepanik (Vestal), Devin Simmons (Elmira Free), Wade Hammond (Walton), Nick DePofi (Union Endicott), Justin Smith (Richmond, VA/CD Hylton), and Damion King (Detroit, MI/Madison Heights) were all 3rd team selections.
Alfred State College freshman cornerback Brett Harrington (Rochester/Edison) has been named the Northeast Football Conference co-special teams player of the week.
In a wild game that featured seven interceptions and four blocked kicks, Louisburg College (NC) defeated Alfred State 23-12 to wrap up the 2010 season. The Pioneers end the season with a 4-6 record.
Alfred State College freshman punter Colter Johnson (Warren, PA) has been named the Northeast Football Conference special teams player of the week. Johnson had a solid day as the Pioneers battled #8 Nassau CC.
The Alfred State College football team fell 42-34 in a valiant effort to #8 Nassau CC in their 2010 home finale. The Pioneers head into the final week of the season with a 4-5 mark while the Lions remain undefeated, 10-0.
The Alfred State College football team dug themselves into too big a hole and fell 27-14 to Dean College. The Pioneers are now 4-4 on the year while the Bulldogs are 6-3.
Lackawanna College scored 36 unanswered points to erase a early 3-0 deficit en route to a 36-17 victory over Alfred State in a NFC contest on Saturday. The Falcons are now 6-2 (3-2 NFC) while the Pioneers are 4-3 (1-3).