Athletic Hall of Fame 2012 - Mulcahy

Lawrence Mulcahy

Mulcahy was one of the most prolific scorers in Alfred State basketball history. He etched his way into the record book while scoring from all over the court and fighting through double-teams, zones, and pressure defense.

As the co-captain of the 1976-77 team, Mulcahy put together one of the most impressive scoring seasons in program history. He scored 742 points during the campaign and finished with nine Alfred State scoring records including most points in a game, 56. His 742 points currently is 2nd all-time in program history. His 28.5 points per game average was 6th in the nation and led him to being named NJCAA All-American, 1st team All-Region, and MVP of his team.

For his two-year career Mulcahy averaged 20.6 points per game and finished with 1,057 points. The 1,057 points is 6th on the all-time Alfred State scoring list.

Mulcahy received the Alfred State Senior Athlete of the Year award in 1977, and the Dr. Huntington “Presidential Accommodation” award for achieving a 4.0 GPA in his final semester. He also finished 5th in the 1976 Region III championships in the high jump. 

After graduating from Alfred State, Mulcahy attended the University of Scranton where he received a BS in accounting and from Fordham University where he received an MBA in finance. A Certified Public Accountant, Mulcahy is the Chief Financial Officer of a small group of privately held companies in New Jersey, where he resides with his wife, Nancy and sons, Matthew and Brian.