Senior center Dannie Griffin (Patterson, NJ / Paramus Catholic), in what would turn out to be her final collegiate game, recorded her 1,000th career rebound in Albany's 55-43 loss at SUNY Cobleskill on Wednesday. Following the loss, the Panthers finish the season with an overall record of 7-12.
Senior center Brandon Votra (Saint Regis Falls, NY) finished just two assists shy of a triple double in the final home game of his collegiate career as ACPHS outlasted Green Mountain College 70-66. The Panthers head into the HVIAC tournament with a record of 13-8, while the Eagles fell to 7-16 on the year.
ACPHS got big performances from juniors Kyle Matousek (Jordan-Elbridge, NY) and Thomas Chalker (Boundbrook, NJ), but it was enough as they fell to the Fisher College Falcons on Sunday 80-72. The loss dropped Albany's overall record to 12-8, while Fisher improved to 10-16.
Senior center Dannie Griffin (Patterson, NJ / Paramus Catholic) recorded both 19 points and 19 rebounds in Albany College of Pharmacy's 54-48 victory over the Fisher College Falcons on Sunday, putting her just six rebounds shy of 1,000 for her collegiate career. The win improved the Panthers overall record to 7-11, while Fisher fell to 17-10.
ACPHS Men's Basketball celebrated Senior Day on Saturday, with seniors Alex Johnson (Malone, NY) and Brandon Votra (Saint Regis Falls, NY) leading the Panthers to a 100-52 win over the Vaughn College Warriors. The win moved Albany to 6-2 in the HVIAC, cementing their third place position in the conference.
Senior forward Dannie Griffin (Patterson, NJ / Paramus Catholic) celebrated her senior day with a team-high 28 rebounds to go along with 20 points in the Panthers 75-29 victory over the Vaughn College Warriors. ACPHS is now 6-11 overall and 3-3 in the HVIAC, while Vaughn drops to 3-9 overall and 0-5 in the conference.
Senior Dannie Griffin (Patterson, NJ / Paramus Catholic) scored her 1,000th collegiate point on Sunday, despite the Panthers falling to Central Maine Community College 76-48. ACPHS is now 5-10 overall, while CMCC moves to 20-1 on the year.
Senior forward Alex Johnson (Malone, NY) scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead ACPHS to a 75-59 victory over the Davis College Falcons on Saturday. Following another conference victory of the Culinary Institute of America on Sunday, Men's basketball is now 9-7 overall and 3-2 in the HVIAC heading into February.
Sophomore guard Emma Webster (Cadyville, NY / Saranac High) made five of her ten three-point attempts on Saturday, leading ACPHS to a big win over Davis College, who are 2-1 in conference play. The win moved ACPHS to 2-2 in the HVIAC which keeps them in the hunt for a bid to the conference tournament.
Men's Basketball lost a heartbreaker on Wednesday night, falling to the Hudson Valley Community College Vikings 70-68 after a buzzer-beating shot as regulation time expired. The Panthers are now 7-7 on the year, while HVCC is now 5-12.