Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Panthers

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Team Colors: Maroon / White
Address:
106 New Scotland Ave
Albany, NY 12208

Athletics Phone: (518) 694-7357
Athletics Fax: (518) 694-7287
Enrollment: 1,600
Founded: 1881
President: Dr. Gregory Dewey
Athletic Director: Christine Kanawada


Name Title Phone Email
Christine Kanawada Athletic Director/ Women's Soccer Coach 518-694-7355 christine.kanawada@acphs.edu
Jon Piraino Men's Soccer Coach 518-694-7357 jonathan.piraino@acphs.edu
Jeffery Barnes Cross Country Coach/Track and Field Coach 518-380-7467 jeffery.barnes@acphs.edu
Cornelius Tavarres Women's Basketball Coach 518-791-0207 cornelius.tavarres@acphs.edu
Brett Barnard Men's Basketball Coach 518-852-4750 brett.barnard@acphs.edu

 

News

  • Men's Basketball Drops Tough One to Berkeley
    January 14, 2018


    Men's Basketball took the #1-ranked Berkeley College Knights to the brink on Sunday, but could not hold a late second half lead and fell 79-71. ACPHS drops to 7-5 on the year and 1-1 in the HVIAC, while the Knights improve to 12-1 overall and 3-0 in the league.
  • Women's Basketball Falls to Conference-Foe Berkeley
    January 14, 2018


    Coming off of an away win over Green Mountain College, the ACPHS Women's Basketball team could not overcome a large halftime deficit and fell to the Berkeley College Knights 72-43. The Panthers are now 3-7 overall and 1-1 in the HVIAC, while the Knights are 4-6 overall and 2-0 in the league.
  • Beltran's Big Half Propels Panthers Past Alfred State
    January 12, 2018


    The ACPHS Men's Basketball team came back from their long winter break and used a big first half from sophomore Naythan Beltran (Reading, PA) to record a 70-61 home win over the Alfred State Pioneers. The Panthers are now 7-4 overall, while ASU falls to 9-5.
  • Panthers Down Green Mountain
    January 11, 2018


    POULTNEY, Vt. ? A slow start by the Green Mountain College women's basketball team and hot outside shooting from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences resulted in a 75-54 loss for the Eagles on Wednesday night at the Eagle Dome.
  • Panthers Drop Mid-Week Contest With Florida National
    December 06, 2017


    The Florida National Conquistadors made the long trip up from Miami this week and bested ACPHS Men's Basketball 81-62 on Tuesday night. Following the loss, the Panthers are now 4-4 on the year, while FNU moves to 10-5.
  • Dannie Griffin Leads Panthers Past SUNY Purchase
    December 04, 2017


    ACPHS Women's Basketball recorded their second win of the year on Friday, besting the Purchase College Panthers 63-59. With the win, the Albany moved to 2-3 on the year, while Purchase fell to 2-4.
  • Men's Basketball Drops Contest With SUNY Delhi
    November 17, 2017


    ACPHS Men's Basketball had a tough night on Wednesday, falling to the SUNY Delhi Broncos 74-54. The Panthers are now 3-2 on the young season, while the Broncos are now 1-4 after their first win.
  • Women's Basketball Falls to Delhi in Season Opener
    November 16, 2017


    ACPHS Women's Basketball played their first game of the season on Wednesday, but fell to the SUNY Delhi Broncos 81 to 66. The Panthers start off their season at 0-1, while the Broncos improve to 5-1 on the year.
  • Women's Soccer Falls to Maine-Fort Kent in Semifinals
    November 12, 2017


    ACPHS Women's Soccer fell to the University of Maine-Fort Kent Bengals 5-0 on Sunday, ending the Panthers run at a USCAA National Championship. ACPHS will finish the year at 12-6-1, while the Bengals will move on to take on Florida National University in the National Championship Game.
  • Men's Soccer Stages Late Comeback, But Falls to Illinois Tech
    November 12, 2017


    ACPHS Men's Soccer fell to the #7-seeded Illinois Tech Scarlet Hawks 3-2 on Saturday in their final game of the season. The Panthers finish the season with a record of 11-6-3, and head home from nationals having lost both of their contests. The Hawks improved their record to 14-5-1, but were also eliminated from nationals after going 1-1.