The women's 4 x 800 relay team won a regional championship on Friday in day one of the Region III Championships held at SUNY Delhi.
Alfred State College students enrolled in the digital media and animation program will host the second annual Digital Media & Animation Senior Showcase on Saturday, May 8, at 2 p.m. in the Engineering Lecture Hall (room 215) at Alfred State College.
In late April, the Alfred State College Pioneer Woodsmen’s Club sent two teams, a Men’s and a Jack and Jill, to their second competition, the 64th Annual Spring Meet Conclave at Paul Smith’s College, in Adirondack State Park. The Spring Meet is the collegiate woodsmen’s equivalent of the Super Bowl.
Alfred State and Mercyhurst North East split a Region III Division II doubleheader on Thursday. The Saints won a wild opener 11-9 while the Pioneers used a strong pitching performance to win game two, 8-1.
The Alfred State College softball team fell 11-5 and 8-0 to Corning CC in their regular season home finale. The losses were the first this season at home and drop ASC to 10-14 (7-10 Region III Division III).
Alfred State College student academic achievement was celebrated last week during the 26th annual Honors Convocation. ASC President Dr. John M. Anderson welcomed the gathered students, families, faculty, and friends and congratulated them on their achievements.
Alfred State College employees once again participated in the annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work® Day in April. This event is open to employees’ children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews between the ages of nine and 15; this year, 25 children participated.
Alfred State College’s heavy equipment operations program and Admar Supply (a construction equipment and supply company) recently hosted the first ever Admar Municipal Day on the Wellsville Campus.
The Alfred State College softball team struggled and were fell in a Region III Division II doubleheader at Broome CC. BCC earned the sweep with 20-3 and 8-0 victories.
Alfred State College’s CAL (Collegiate Agricultural Leaders) Club recently hosted its fifth annual dairy consignment sale and silent auction in the livestock pavilion at the college farm. ASC agriculture alumni and registered dairy breeders from across New York State consigned calves and heifers to support this major fund-raising event for CAL Club.
The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Alfred State College hosted Human Services Awareness Day, recently on the Alfred campus. This event allows human services students at the college, as well as human services alumni and community services graduates in the community, to meet with representatives from local and regional human services agencies to gai
The Alfred State outdoor track & field team will head into the Region III Championships this weekend ranked #9 in the latest NJCAA Division III poll.
Alfred State College’s surveying engineering technology program received a visit from Topcon Positioning Systems representatives who hosted a demonstration of Topcon equipment incorporating the latest technology in the land surveying field, including Global Positioning System (GPS), laser scanners, and integrated robotic total stations. One of the representatives, Mike Neff, is a 1994 Alfred
Alfred State sophomore outfielder Jake Dale (Keshequa) has been named the Region III male athlete of the week. Dale hit .464 this past week in eight games for the Pioneers.
Today's Alfred State baseball game at Finger Lakes CC has been cancelled due to the wet weather the area has been experiencing the past 48 hours. No make-up date has been announced.
Alfred State's Eddie Sparks (Horseheads) and Steven Hickey (Rochester/Aquinas) earned the Pioneers six points at the Region III decathlon championships the past two days. Sparks finished 4th in the competition while Hickey was 8th.
Alfred State will host a "Hoops for Haiti" charity basketball event on Wednesday, April 28th at the Orvis Activities Center. The proceeds from this event will be donated the group of 21 students that will head to Haiti after the spring semester ends to assist in the rebuilding process.
The College purchased plants using a $1,000 donation by BP (British Petroleum), which was made on behalf of AR, a BP-affiliated company. BP employees and consultants from the project joined the College in the planting effort.
Mike Ronan, Alfred State College associate professor, Automotive Trades, School of Applied Technology, hosted a seminar for Alfred State Honors Program members at the senior auto shop in April. Ronan, a certified Rolls-Royce mechanic and transmission specialist, explained “How (Not) to Kill Your Car” and demonstrated common, often costly mistakes car owners commit.<
Dr. Steven Tyrell, vice president for student affairs at Alfred State College recently presented the Freshman Advocate Award, to Automotive Trades Department, during the College’s 26th Honors Convocation ceremony.
Alfred State College recently hosted Lynne Palmiere, project coordinator, Allegany/Western Steuben Rural Health Network, Inc., who presented at Alfred State’s “Health Education with a Greenhouse Effect Brown Bag Lunch” series.
Four Alfred State College students were recently inducted into the college’s chapter of the Psi Beta National Honor Society in psychology for two-year colleges.
Two faculty members were honored with the Alumni Association Outstanding Faculty Award for 2008-09 and 2009-10: Dr. Aniko Constantine, SUNY (State University of New York) Distinguished Teaching Professor, Computer and Information Technology, respectivel
Several Alfred State College students were recently inducted into Chi Alpha Epsilon (XAE), a national honor society for full-time students who have entered college through any developmental or opportunity program.
Nearly 900 two- and four-year graduates, their families, professors, and friends will be on hand Sunday, May 16 at noon, as Alfred State College honors its 99th graduating class. Commencement exercises are scheduled to be held at McLane Center on neighboring Alfred University campus. Graduates will need to use the tickets in their graduation packets for their families’ admission.
Alfred State College has received a gift of $50,000 from Laverne (’56) and Mary Lou Billings of Boynton Beach, FL, to support equipment purchases for the heavy equipment operations program.
The Alfred State College BUV (basic utility vehicle) team returned to prominence by winning first place in the Main Division of the 10th Annual National Basic Utility Vehicle Competition in Indianapolis, IN.
Alfred State scored the first 11 goals and led 17-1 at halftime as they capped their season with a 23-3 victory over Tompkins Cortland CC. The Pioneers finish 5-9 overall and 5-7 in Region III play.
The scheduled baseball and softball doubleheader for Sunday April 25th have been washed out. The baseball team was scheduled to play Onondaga CC and no make-up date has been announced while the softball team was scheduled to play Tompkins Cortland CC and will now play on May 8th beginning at 1 p.m.
Alfred State and Monroe CC split a high scoring Region III Division II baseball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon. Monroe won the opener 12-7 while Alfred won the nightcap 9-6.