The Alfred State College women's outdoor track & field team won the Region III Championships this weekend. The title is the first for the women since 2007 and first regional title for ASC during the 2010-11 school year.
The Alfred State College lacrosse team ended their 2011 season with a heartbreaking 14-13 overtime loss at Tompkins Cortland CC on Saturday.
Playing for the third straight day, the Alfred State College softball team split a doubleheader with Broome CC on Saturday. ASC won the opener 4-1 but fell 11-4 in the nightcap.
Saturday's Region III Division III baseball doubleheader between Alfred State and Broome CC has been cancelled.
The Alfred State College softball team couldn't get the offense going as they in both halves of a WNYAC doubleheader at Mercyhurst North East. The Saints no-hit the Pioneers 5-0 in the opener and won 11-3 in the nightcap.
The Alfred State College women's outdoor track & field team is one point behind Herkimer CCC after day one of the Region III Championships. The men's team sits in 3rd in the competition held at SUNY Delhi.
The evening presentation focused on the City Repair Project which began in Portland, OR, with the idea that localization—of culture, economy, decision making—is a necessary foundation of sustainability. Lakeman shared insights gathered from the story of the City Repair movement, including the struggles and journeys that brought it into being.
Students began preliminary work on the Marina Piccola project, focusing on enhancing the experience of the port as the gateway to Sorrento through rehabilitation of many of its older existing buildings as well as through the creation of several new features.
For the sixth time since returning up north the Alfred State College baseball team split a Region III Division III doubleheader. Onondaga CC scored four in the 7th for a 7-3 win in the opener while ASC won the nightcap 4-2.
The Alfred State College softball team fell 12-3, 12-2 to #8 Corning CC (20-4) on Thursday afternoon. ASC falls to 7-15 on the year and 4-10 in Region III Division III play.
This invitation is a result of groundbreaking work that he’s done on forecasting abrupt technological, social, economic, and political changes, which is the focus of the conference. Von Stackelberg is one of only two people invited from the United States.
Broome CC defeated Alfred State 22-4 in a Region III Division III lacrosse contest in Binghamton. The Hornets improve to 9-6 on the year.
Both the Alfred State College men's and women's track & field teams are ranked #4 in this week's NJCAA Division III national poll. The men's team remains 4th for the third straight week while the women fell two spots from last week's poll.
Alfred State College freshman baseball Garrett Hoag (Dansville) has been named the Region III co-male athlete of the week. Hoag is the second Pioneer baseball player to earn the award this spring.
Nearly 600 two- and four-year graduates, their families, professors, and friends will be on hand McLane Center on neighboring Alfred University campus. Graduates will need to use the tickets in their graduation packets for their families’ admission.
Thursday's Alfred State College's baseball doubleheader versus Onondaga CC will be played at Bolivar Richburg High School. First pitch is slated for 11 a.m.
Tuesday afternoon's home softball doubleheader vs. Broome CC has been postponed due to wet field conditions and threats of thunderstorms this afternoon. The DH will be made up on Saturday, April 30 at 2 p.m.
The Alfred State College baseball doubleheader scheduled for Tuesday (4/26) versus Onondaga CC has been moved to Wednesday, May 4th due to the wet weather that has caused havoc to area teams.
Teams from Paul Smith’s College, SUNY Cobleskill, Finger Lakes Community College, SUNY ESF, and the Ranger School competed. Alfred State College, which entered four teams (three men’s and one women’s), finished fifth and e
In a still-struggling economy, with joblessness remaining high, and with only small inroads being made toward recovery, Computerized Design and Manufacturing Department at Alfred State College, finds his students in the enviable position of being able to pick and choose among job offers even prior to graduation.
After dropping the first game of their Region III Division III doubleheader with Tompkins Cortland CC 5-3, Alfred State won one of the wildest games in program history 22-21, scoring the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the 7th inning.
The Alfred State College track and field team wrapped up the regular season with a strong performance at the SUNY Geneseo Invitational.
Jefferson CC outscored Alfred State 7-3 in the 2nd half to earn a 9-5 victory in the Pioneers 2011 home finale.
The Alfred State College softball team got back on the field for the first time in a week and fell twice to Jamestown-Olean on Thursday.
Niagara CCC used big late innings to break open close games as they swept Alfred State 8-2 & 9-2 in a Region III Division III doubleheader played at Bolivar Richburg High School. The blue & gold fall to 10-12 (6-9 RIII DIII) on the season while NCCC, ranked #3 in NJCAA Division III improve to 19-2 (11-0 RIII DIII).
Two Alfred State College students have been recognized by the New York State Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) for both their academic achievements and involvement in student activities that promote technology. David Knoop and Ethan Willard were recently named the recipients of $300 scholarships from NY
Senior students enrolled in ASC’s automotive service technician curriculum took a well-deserved lap in the winner’s circle recently when they and the car they modified—a 2003 Honda Insight—for the Watkins Glen Green Grand Prix won a fuel economy challenge in their class in the seventh annual contest which promotes awareness of environmentally friendl
“Over 200 participants, forming 20 teams comprised of students, faculty and staff members, and community participants, collected $10,114.99 from their sponsors for cancer research,” said Kehoe.
The Alfred State College Delta Chi chapter of XAE was chartered in 2007, making this the fifth induction ceremony at the college. Any student who maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (out of a possible 4.0) or higher for two conse
The Computerized Design and Manufacturing Department at Alfred State College’s School of Applied Technology, Wellsville, was the recipient recently of a $10,000 donation from Praxair, Inc., Tonawanda, to be used for student scholarship