Coming Attractions: April 4th

Coming Attractions: April 4th

Day

 Event

 Time

 Live 

Tue. 4/5

Baseball vs. Houghton

Postponed

 

Tue. 4/5

Softball @ Medaille

Postponed

 

Thu. 4/7

Softball @ Elmira (DH)

3 p.m.

Stats

Fri. 4/8

Softball vs. Hilbert (DH)

3 p.m.

Game 1 Game 2

Sat. 4/9

Track & Field @ Nazareth

Postponed

 

Sat. 4/9

Baseball vs. Medaille (DH)

1 p.m.

Game 1 Game 2

Sat. 4/9

Lacrosse vs. Franciscan

2 p.m.

Stats Video 

Sun. 4/10

Baseball vs. Cazenovia (DH)

1 p.m.

Game 1 Game 2

Sun. 4/10

Softball vs. SUNY Delhi (DH)

2 p.m.


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Baseball: 1-14

The Pioneers had their weekend series vs. Pitt-Bradford postponed due to the weather. They will try to get on the field this week.

Lacrosse: 2-8

The lacrosse team fell in both of their contests this week, 21-2 vs. Brockport & 15-4 at Elmira.

Joe Johnson (Churchville) led the offense with three goals while Aaron Buck (Churchville) and Ryan Colgan (Warwick Valley) each had two goals and an assist. 

Softball: 3-10

Alfred State and Penn College battled in a 3 hour 14 minute marathon that featured 39 runs, 28 hits, and 36 walks. The Lady Pioneers scored three runs in the 7th to tie it at 14-14 before the Wildcats scored nine in the 8th en route to a 23-16 victory.

The Pioneers trailed 14-4 and scored seven runs in the 5th and tied the game with three runs in the 7th. Courtney McDaneil (Arkport) finished the day 3 for 4 with 4 RBI while Claire Hartman (Alden) was 3 for 4 with 2 RBI. Katie Jackson (Troy, PA) was 3 for 6 with a RBI and Stormi Kruger (Medina) was 2 for 3 with 3 RBI.

The second game of the doubleheader was suspended due to darkness after three innings. It is unknown if the game will be picked up later in the season.

A Saturday doubleheader vs. St. Lawrence was postponed due to the weather.

Outdoor Track & Field: 

The men's track and field team won the Alfred State Invitational while the women finished 2nd on Friday afternoon. The meet featured athletes from six colleges and was the final home meet for longtime Pioneer head coach Gary Moore.

The Pioneer men won eight of the 18 events. 

  • John Adewumi (Brooklyn/Bordertown) won the 100 (11.61) and was 2nd in the triple jump (11.66 m). 
  • Kyle Jones (Wilson) won the 200 (23.38) and was 2nd in the 100 (11.84).
  • Keith Johnson (Webster Thomas) won the 5,000 (16:21.92).
  • Andrew Adams (Burnt Hills) won the 110 hurdles (19.24).
  • Trevor Stiles (Hornell) won the 400 hurdles (1:14.69).
  • Zach Curran (Williamson) won the pole vault (3.90 m).
  • Joseph Richardson (Geneva) won the triple jump (12.11 m) and was 2nd in the long jump (6.05 m).
  • The 4x100 relay team of Jones, Richardson, Adewumi, and Stiles won in 45.63 while the 4x400 relay was 2nd (3:41.02).

Victoire Kothor (Rochester/Greece Odyssey) was a triple winner to lead the women's team. She won the shot put (12.52 m), the discus (32.36 m), and the hammer throw (38.60 m). Kothor was also 4th in the javelin (23.36 m)

Other top performances included:

  • Haley Anderson (Lyndonville) was 2nd in the shot put (9.57 m), 2nd in the hammer (35.06 m), and 3rd in the discus (30.76 m).
  • Domonique Shirley (Bronx/Harry Truman) was 2nd in the 400 hurdles (1:16.42).
  • Brianna Byrnes (Jordan Elbridge) was 2nd in the 800 (2:33.07).
  • Angel Bresnahan (Mexico) was 2nd in the long jump (4.62 m).

The Pioneer men scored 220 points on the day finishing ahead of Daemen (114), Bryant & Stratton (96), Houghton (68.5), Alfred University (56), and Roberts Wesleyan (9.5) while on the women's side, Daemen won the team title with 184 followed by Alfred State (169), Houghton (98), Roberts Wesleyan (60), Bryant & Stratton (35) and Alfred University (27).

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