Women's Soccer finished up their conference regular season on Sunday, beating the King's College Lady Lions 7-1. ACPHS now stands at 4-3-2 overall and are locked in as the 2nd seed in the 2019 HVIAC Tournament at 2-1.
ACPHS Men's Soccer stole a crucial victory on Sunday, defeating the previously undefeated King's College Lions 1-0, thanks to a 72nd minute goal from senior Austin Myers. The win improved Albany's conference record to 2-3, and strongly improved their chances of qualifying for the 2019 HVIAC Tournament. Following the loss, King's still tops the conference at 3-1-1.
Senior midfielder Noah Keith capped off a five-goal thriller with a game-winning goal in the 105th minute to give the ACPHS Panthers a 3-2 win over crosstown rivals Bryant & Stratton (Albany). The Panthers are now 3-5 overall.
The ACPHS men's soccer team hung on for a 1-0 win over the Five Towns College Sound on Sunday, but not before five total players were given red cards in just 67 minutes of game action. The win was Albany's first conference win of the year, as they now hold a mark of 1-2 in the HVIAC and 2-4 overall. This was FTC's first loss of the year, and they now stand at 3-1-1 overall and 0-1-1 in the conference.
The ACPHS women's soccer team won their first game of the season on Sunday, scoring eight goals in the second half on their way to an 11-1 victory over the Five Towns College Sound. The Panthers are now 1-3-2 overall and 1-2 in the HVIAC, while the Sound are still searching for their first win at 0-2 overall and 0-2 in the conference.
The ACPHS Men's Soccer team kicked off their 2019 season with a bang on Sunday, besting the Southern Maine Community College Seawolves 4-3. The Panthers will know what it's like to be 1-0 on the year, as they will finish the 2010's decade without losing a single opening-season game.
The ACPHS Women's Soccer team opened up their 2019 campaign with a draw and a loss this past weekend, tying Johnson and Wales (NC) 1-1 on Saturday before falling to Southern Maine Community College 1-0 on Sunday.
The #4-seeded ACPHS Panthers took the #1-seeded Berkeley College Knights to the brink on Saturday, but were unable to get over the finish line, and lost their 2019 HVIAC Tournament semi-final matchup by a score of 91-81. Albany finishes their season with a record of 10-13, while Berkeley improves to 20-4 and advances to face the College of New Rochelle in the HVIAC Championship Game.