Senior Guard Nate Beltran scored 38 points on 14-24 shooting in the ACPHS Panthers' 82-64 win over the Five Towns College Sound on Sunday, November 11th. The win pushed Albany's winning streak to three and improved their overall record to 3-1. Despite the two teams both being in the HVIAC, this matchup was not considered a conference game as Five Towns and ACPHS will face-off again later in the year.
Senior guard Emma Webster hit 13 three-pointers on her way to a career-high 41 points in a 74-48 victory over the Five Town's College Sound on Sunday, November 10th. The win improved Albany's overall record to 2-2. Despite the two teams both being in the HVIAC, this matchup was not considered a conference game as Five Towns and ACPHS will face-off again later in the year.
Men's Basketball, coming off a disappointing road loss in their opening game, nabbed their first win of the season on Thursday, November 7th, besting the Word of Life/Davis College Huskies 80-41. The win improves their overall record to 1-1 and their HVIAC record to 1-0.
Women's Basketball grabbed their first win of the season on Thursday, November 7th, besting the newly-formed Word of Life/Davis College Huskies 73-14. The Panthers are now 1-1 overall. And 1-0 in the HVIAC.
The ACPHS Men's Soccer Team lost their final game of the season on Wednesday, falling to the Fisher College Falcons 6-4. The Panthers, having failed to qualify for the postseason, finish their season with a 5-9 overall record and a 3-3 record in the HVIAC.
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.