Alfred State College - Men's Basketball News
Alex Hall (Jamaica/Forest Hill) and Travis Nagle (Randolph) have been named the Alfred State athletes of the week by the SID office.
The Alfred State men's basketball team trailed by as many as 22 points but was able to rally and cut the lead to four but Mercyhurst North East ended the game on a 10-1 to earn a 70-57 victory in a WNYAC contest on Tuesday. MNE improves to 13-11 (5-6 WNYAC) while the Pioneers are 6-18 (1-10 WNYAC).
The Alfred State men's basketball team dropped their sixth game in 2012 by ten points or less on Saturday, 87-80 at Niagara CCC. The Pioneers are now 6-17 overall and 1-9 in WNYAC play.
Erie CC conneced on 14 three-pointers and shot 51.3% for the game as they downed the Alfred State men's basketball team 108-71 in a WNYAC contest. The Pioneers are now 6-16 (1-8 WNYAC) on the season while ECC is 17-3 (7-1 WNYAC).
The Alfred State men's basketball team trailed 44-34 at half and by as many 14 in the 2nd half but were able to claw back into the game to cut it to 77-75 in the final two minutes but were unable to get any closer as Genesee CC earned a 83-78 victory. The Cougars are now 14-9 (6-2 WNYAC) while the Pioneers are 6-15 (1-7 WNYAC).
Briana Dorsey (Rochester/School of the Arts) and Pat Parker (Queens/Hillcrest) have been named the Alfred State athletes of the week by the SID office.
Jamestown CC was able to hold off all the comeback attempts Alfred State threw at them and held on for a 62-55 victory in a tight WNYAC contest. The Pioneers are now 6-14 on the year and 1-6 in conference play.
The Alfred State men's basketball team starting five all had big performances as the Pioneers downed JCC-Olean 78-68 in a WNYAC contest on Tuesday. The blue & gold are now 6-13 on the season and snap a eight game slide.
Alfred State led 33-27 at half but Mercyhurst North East used a 23-2 run early in the 2nd half to grab control for a 69-64 victory in another tight WNYAC battle at the Orvis Activities Center. The Pioneers closed to within four in the final seconds but couldn't get any closer.
Niagara CCC used a 22-6 run to start the 2nd half and then held off a furious Alfred State rally to win 71-67 in a back and forth WNYAC contest at the Orvis Activities Center.