For the second time, the Alfred State baseball team has won the Pioneer Excellence Cup. The Pioneer Excellence Cup was established in 2016 and honors the team that has combined success in athletic achievements, academic excellence, and in civic engagement.
Senior swimmer and diver Sarah Stevens (Wellsville) and senior baseball player Jarrod Deaton (Newburgh Free Academy) have been named the 2019-20 Alfred State Pioneer Legacy recipients. This award is given to the male and female athletes who have achieved success on and off the field throughout their career at Alfred State. The nominees have demonstrated Sportsmanship and Leadership, been involved in Civic Engagement activities, along with earning athletic honors during their career.
The Alfred State Athletic Department unveiled the 2019-20 Athlete of the Year Team. These student-athletes have made a large impact on their specific team and the athletic department while exhibiting good character this school year.
The Alfred State Athletic Department unveiled the 2019-20 All Newcomer Team. This group of student-athletes have made a large impact on their specific team and exhibited good character in their first year as a Pioneer.
Seven Alfred State winter and spring athletes have been named to the All-AMCC Sportsmanship Team. All sport teams which compete for an AMCC championship select one member from their team who displays good sportsmanship throughout the season to be a member of the team. These individuals are selected by vote of their teammates.
73 student-athletes have earned AMCC All-Academic team honors for their work in the classroom. 44 members of this group were named peak performers for having a cumulative GPA of over 3.5 including ten that have 4.0 GPA's.
A pair of Alfred Sate divers and a pair of baseball players have earned AMCC Athlete of the Week honors. Leaha Langerman (Wayland Cohocton) and Austin Miller (Hornell) were named Divers of the Week while Colin Johnson (Alfred Almond) was named player of the week and Andrew Santobuono (Franklin/Unatego) was named pitcher of the week.
The entire women's swimming & diving team has been named the Mach Architecture Alfred State Athletes of the Week. The Pioneers earned the college's first AMCC Championship with a stellar performance over the four-day championship.
The Alfred State women's swimming and diving team made school history as the Pioneers won the college's first Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) Championship. The results came down to the final event of the four-day competition and the blue & gold edged out Penn State Behrend by five points.
Alfred State sport management major Megan Gridley recently interviewed freshman Mikaela Snayczuk in her second installment of Q & A with Megan. Snayczuk and the Pioneers are currently competing at the Allegheny Empire Swimming and Diving Championships
The Alfred State women's swimming & diving team remained in 2nd place and within striking distance of top honors on day three of the Allegheny Empire Championships. The Pioneers will enter the final day trailing by only 11 points.
The Alfred State women's swimming and diving team sits in 2nd place in the AMCC standings after two days of competition at the 2020 Allegheny Empire Championships. The Pioneers are just 10 points behind Penn State Behrend.
The Alfred State swimming & diving team heads to the Allegheny Empire Championships at the Webster Aquatic Center this week hoping to make waves. The Pioneer men enter the championship meet with an 8-2 dual meet record while the women were 6-5 under first year head coach Mike Smiechowski.
The Alfred State swimming & diving team competed this weekend at the Florida International Sprint Invitational. The event featured athletes from FIU, Purdue, Binghamton, and a variety of NCAA DIII schools.