Eric Huber (1997-1999)
Huber was a two-year starting outfielder on the Alfred State College baseball team from 1997-1999. During his time wearing the Blue and Gold, the Pioneers had a 93-33 record.
During the 1997-98 school year, Huber hit .335 with 15 doubles, two triples, one homerun and 21 RBI. The Pioneers won the WNYAC Championship and finished the school year 44-18. He was named All-WNYAC and All-Region.
Huber became the baseball programs first NJCAA All-American after a sophomore season that saw him hit .374 with 24 doubles, four triples, nine homeruns and 58 RBI. Along with being named 1st team All-American, Huber was named Region III Player of the Year, 1st team All-Region, WNYAC Male Athlete of the Year and 1st team All-WNYAC. The Pioneers won the Region III Championship and finished the year with a 49-15 record.
Currently, Huber ranks in the top ten in Alfred State baseball history in eleven offensive categories and is the career leader in doubles (39). He finished his career with a .356 batting average, 10 homeruns and 79 RBI.
Huber received a baseball scholarship to the University of Buffalo and set school records in hits in a season, hits in a career and batting average. He was also selected honorable All-MAC. His .367 batting average in 2001 is a school record since UB joined the MAC.