You are hereHome ›
Alfred State College - All News Topics
Alfred State closes out the 2012 season with a battle vs. Region III rival Hudson Valley CC. Kickoff is at Noon at Pioneer Stadium.
Alfred State’s New Horizons Forum is hosting “Mongolian Families: Modern Nomadic Life”, a presentation by Dr. Lou Ann Woolman on Monday, Nov. 12 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the School of Engineering Technology (SET) building, Room 215. A reception will be held before the presentation at 6 p.m. in the SET gallery outside Room 215.
Five members of the Alfred State cross country team ran to All-Region honors during the Region III Championships. Jedadiah Platt (Barker) earned 1st team honors while Jordan Rusek (Williamsville East), Kim Lupo (Auburn), Claire Holleran (Penfield), and Katy Monahan (Warsaw) all raced to 2nd team honors.
Karley Fanning (Rochester/Bishop Kearney) and Collin Frazier (Woodbridge, VA) have been named the Region III athletes of the week and the Alfred State athletes of the week.
Destiny Brito (Manhattan/Park West) hit a three-pointer with under two minutes left that broke a tie and helped lead the Alfred State women's basketball team to a 64-59 victory over host SUNY Delhi in the championship game of the Delhi Tournament. The Pioneers improve to 3-0 on the year.
The Alfred State swimming team dove into the 2012-13 season at the Genesee CC Harvest Invitational. The men's team 3rd while the women finished 4th.
The Alfred State wrestling team opened up the 2012-13 season competing at the competitive Ithaca Invitational over the weekend. The Pioneers finished 9th in the two-day competition.
The Alfred State football team raced out to a big lead and defeated the Onondaga Ogres FC 34-20 to even their record at 4-4 and snap a three-game losing streak.
The Alfred State women's basketball team breezed by Sullivan County CC 61-30 to advance to the SUNY Delhi Tournament finals. The Lady Pioneers are now 2-0 on the year.
Neil Benedict, associate vice president of student life at Alfred State, met with members of the college’s Honors Program on Oct. 29. As Hurricane Sandy pummeled the campus, Benedict walked the students through his 32 years at the college working in a variety of positions.