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The Alfred State swimming team traveled to Wells College open up the 2013 portion of their schedule. The men fell 56-31 to the Express while the women were downed 81-3.
Four Thunderwolves scored in double-figures as Niagara CCC defeated Alfred State 88-55 in a WNYAC match-up. NCCC improves to 11-5 overall and 2-0 while Alfred falls to 6-8 and 0-2.
The Alfred State women's basketball team erased a 1st half deficit and defeated Niagara CCC 60-49 to register their 10th victory of the season. The Lady Pioneers are 10-4 on the year and 2-0 in Region III Division II play.
The Alfred State men's basketball team shook off a slow start and defeated Northampton (PA) CC 70-64 in overtime in the consolation game of the Herkimer CCC Tournament on Sunday. Alfred is now 6-7 on the year.
The Alfred State men's basketball team hung tough with #4 Herkimer CCC but fell 66-55 in the first round of the HCCC Tournament. The Pioneers are now 5-7 on the year and will take on Northampton CC in the consolation game on Sunday at Noon.
The Alfred State wrestling teams battled tough but fell twice as they opened up 2013 at the Alfred State Duals. They opened the day with a 27-24 loss to Penn College of Technology and then fell 42-16 to Bergen (NJ) CC.
Mercyhurst North East used a 24 to 5 run in the 2nd half to break open a tight contest en route to a 81-68 victory over Alfred State in the WNYAC opener for both teams. MNE is now 7-7 (1-0 WNYAC) on the year while Alfred is 5-6 (0-1 WNYAC).
The Alfred State women's basketball team opened up 2013 and WNYAC play with a 58-47 victory over Mercyhurst North East on Thursday. The Lady Pioneers improve to 9-4 (1-0 WNYAC) while the Lady Saints are now 8-4 (0-1 WNYAC).
The technical education practitioners and scholars who are defining sustainability in higher education will gather at Alfred State this summer for the college’s second sustainability conference, June 6-8. These leaders will present on innovations related to sustainable agriculture/food systems, renewable energy and energy efficiency, green construction, and more.
The six seniors presented on the work they did last semester as part of a course called Design Studio 5: Urban Design in which they worked closely with residents and community leaders in the nearby community of Bath.