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The Alfred State wrestling team finished T-18th at the annual NYS Collegiate Championships held at Cornell on Saturday. The tournament features wrestlers from every college, NCAA DI, DIII, and NJCAA, in New York that has a wrestling program.
The Alfred State men's basketball team slowed down Rockland CC's high octane offense but the Hawks were able to pull out a 60-51 victory in a 1st round Alfred State Tournament contest. The Pioneers are now 2-3 on the year.
The Alfred State women's basketball team lost a back and forth contest 75-71 to Westchester CC in the Alfred State Tournament. The game featured seven ties and ten lead changes.
Danielle Thone (Wappingers Falls/Roy Ketcham) won three events to lead the Alfred State swim team at the Herkimer CCC Fall Invitational. The Pioneer men finished 4th while the women finished 5th in the competition.
The Alfred State men's basketball team evened up their record with a 61-46 victory over St. John Fisher JV on Thursday evening. The Pioneers hit seven 3-pointers to key the victory.
Alfred State is celebrating International Week this week and kicked off events on Sunday. Nov. 11, with discussions led by a group of visiting Humphrey Fellows on topics that ranged from living in Africa today to arranged marriages, and clean-up work on the Ganges River in India.
For the second week in a row the Alfred State men's swimming team split a WNYAC double dual match. The Pioneers defeated Mercyhurst North East 89-31 but fell 117-46 to Monroe CC. In the women's competition, Alfred fell 113-28 to Monroe and 68-46 to Mercyhurst NE.
“The support Pat Fogarty has given Alfred State over the years is immeasurable. It has enabled us to flourish as an institution and to prepare students to shape the world of tomorrow in powerful and meaningful ways,” said Alfred State President John M. Anderson.
Thirty-seven Alfred State students, faculty and staff traveled to SUNY College at Old Westbury on Long Island last Thursday, Nov. 8, to spend the weekend helping the college recover from storm damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Alfred State President John Anderson, assisted by daughter Katie Anderson, met recently with Alfred State Honors Program members to explain the ‘national popular vote’ movement regarding the election of the president of the U.S.