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.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball Team played their final game of the year on Saturday, falling to the CNR Blue Angels by a score of 67-47 in the semi-final of the 2019 HVIAC Women's Basketball Tournament. They finish the season with a record of 4-16.
Senior's Kyle Matousek (Jordan-Elbridge, NY / Jordan Elbridge HS) and Thomas Chalker (Boundbrook, NJ / Metuchen HS) showed-out on Sunday, leading the ACPHS Panthers to a 94-88 non-conference win over the Vermont Tech Knights. The Knights are now 18-8, while ACPHS is back at .500 at 9-9 overall.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball team staged an incredible comeback on Sunday, February 3rd, defeating the Pratt Institute Cannoneers 50-47 despite finishing the game with just three players on the court. This was Albany's second win of the year, and they are now 2-14 overall after snapping a skid of 10 straight losses.
The ACPHS Men's Basketball team split a pair of conference games this weekend, losing to the Davis College Falcons on Saturday 80-74, but beating the Culinary of Institute of America Steels 104 to 52 on Sunday. After the weekend, Albany is now 7-8 overall and 1-1 on the HVIAC.
ACPHS Women's Basketball lost their eighth straight game on Saturday, falling to the Davis College Falcons by a score of 70 to 42. The Panthers are now 1-12 on the year and 1-1 in the HVIAC, while Davis improved to 12-3 and 2-0 in the league.
The ACPHS Women's Basketball returned from their winter break on Saturday, losing to the North Country Community College Saints by a score of 69-38. Albany have now lost their last six games, and are 1-10 overall. NCCC continued their stellar non-conference season, improving to 10-2 after winning their fifth straight game.