Alfred State College - Softball News
The 1994 Alfred State softball team will be honored during the Hall of Fame ceremony during Homecoming/Family Weekend activities this weekend.
The Alfred State athletic department will induct five new members into the hall of fame during 2012 Homecoming/Family Weekend festivities. Longtime athletic director Kathy Feldman, basketball player Larry Mulcahy, softball player Jodie Corsi, cross country & track and field athlete David Dominguez, and pole vaulter Kurt Dunn will join the Hall of Fame on October 12th.
Alfred State softball player Shelby Freligh (Auburn/Union Springs), women's basketball player Carriola Chambers (Manhattan/Facing History), and football player Colter Johnson (Warren, PA) were named the recipients of the Daniel J. Neverett Sportsmanship at the athletic department's annual award ceremony.
The Alfred State softball team got solid pitching and defense in a doubleheader sweep of Finger Lakes CC. The Pioneers won 6-0 and 6-1 to improve to 5-24 on the season.
The Alfred State offense struggled to get going in a doubleheader vs. Corning CC. The Red Barons swept the pair of Region III Division III contests 10-1 and 7-0. The Lady Pioneers were held to just five singles on the day.
The Alfred State softball team lost two close contests to SUNY Delhi 6-4 and 9-8 as they wrapped up their weekend road trip.
The Alfred State softball team split a doubleheader at Columbia Greene CC on Saturday. CGCC won the opener 13-5 while the Pioneers won the nightcap 9-4.
Thursday afternoon's scheduled softball doubleheader between Alfred State and Corning CC has been moved to Tuesday May 1st with first pitch of the doubleheader slated for 3 p.m.
The snowstorm that hit last evening and is still in the area today has forced several changes to the baseball and softball schedules. Make sure to continue to check www.alfredstate.edu/athletics for future updates.
The Alfred State softball team dropped a pair to Niagara CCC in a doubleheader played in a mix of rain and sleet. NCCC won 10-5 and 16-5 to drop the Lady Pioneers to 2-20 on the year.