Freshman forward Noah Farnsworth (Phoenix, AZ / North Pointe Prep) scored a career-high 14 points and knocked down the game-winning three-pointer with 24 seconds left as the ACPHS Panthers held on for an 86-83 victory over the Columbia Greene Community College Twins on Thursday night. Albany is now 3-5 overall, while the Twins have dropped to 5-3.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball team split a pair of games this weekend, and in the process earned their first win of the 2018-19 season. On Saturday, the Panthers fell to the Vermont Tech Knights 97-52 at home, but bested the King's College Lions 51-30 when they traveled to New York City on Sunday. After the weekend, Albany stands at 1-4 overall and 1-0 in the HVIAC. Being that this was the first game of the conference season for any of the teams, the Panthers now sit atop the league standings.
The Men's Basketball Team suffered their second loss of the year on Saturday, when they fell to the Southern Maine Community College Seawolves by a score of 82-69. The Panthers are now 1-2 overall, while Southern Maine is now 4-1.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball team lost their second game in a row on Saturday, falling to the Southern Maine Community College Seawolves 72-28. The Panthers are now 0-2 overall, while the Seawolves are 4-0.
The #2-seeded ACPHS Women's Soccer team got the job done on Saturday, defeating the #3-seeded New Hampshire Technical Institute Lynx 2-1 in their second game of pool play of the 2018 USCAA Division 2 Women's Soccer tournament. With the win, the Panthers now await their fate tomorrow to see if they will advance to the championship game. With the win, the Panthers stand at 9-6-0 overall, while NHTI is now 12-2-1, with both losses coming against ACPHS.