Avengers head coach Joe Osovet is having a big impact on the ASA football program with his aggressive recruiting and ability to help the graduating class move on to some of the country's best four-year universities and colleges.
Avengers head coach Joe Osovet's offense finally hit its stride, as ASA racked up back-to-back 70-point performances to close out the season. The most recent romp was a 74-32 road conquest of Hocking College in the team's season finale.
Head coach Joe Osovet earns his first home win as the new ASA football coach, as the Avengers knocked off Hudson Valley Community College, 37-11, at famed Lincoln High School, in the school's home opener.
ASA Avengers Assistant Head Coach Greg Lauri is a busy man these days, as he and his new staff are trying to take the program to new heights. But the veteran coach always has time to volunteer his services for great causes, such as the First and Goal Foundation football camp.
The ASA football team lost a heartbreaker this evening, falling to NJCAA independent #16 Globe in the final minute of the game, 43-38. ASA drops to 6-4 overall on the season. The Avengers will look to wrap up the 2015 season at Nassau CC on Saturday, November 7. Kickoff is set for noon at Mitchell Field in Uniondale, NY. A will secure a second-place finish in the Northeast Football Conference.
The ASA College football team lost a non-conference game on the road this afternoon at Hudson Valley, 41-7. The Avengers drop to 6-3 overall on the season. ASA will be back on the road on Halloween in Newark, NJ to take their third independent team in a row, Globe. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 PM at Shabazz High School.
The ASA College football program got themselves back in the win column this afternoon with a non-conference victory at Erie CC. ASA improves 6-2 on the season. The Avengers will be back on the road at Hidson Valley CC on Saturday, October 24th. Kickoff is set for 1:30 PM.
The ASA College football team suffered a 63-13 loss for first place and at least a share of the Northeast Football Conference championship to Lackawanna College at home this afternoon. ASA drops to 5-2 overall on the season and 2-1 in conference play. The Falcons improve to 6-1 overall and 2-0 in the conference. The Avengers will be on the road at Erie next weekend at Erie CC. Kickoff is scheduled for noon inn Orchard Park, NY.
The ASA College (5-1; 2-0) football team has broken back into the NJCAA top-20 national rankings at #17, released this afternoon by the National Junior College Athletic Association. Ironically enough, the Avengers share the spot with Northeast Football Conference rival, Lackawanna College. The two teams face off this Saturday, October 10th, at MCU Park in Brooklyn for first place in the NFC, the Northeast Football Championship for the Falcons, and at least a share of the title for the Avengers. Both teams enter the game with identical 5-1 records. It will only be the Falcons second conference game, having already beaten Nassau CC who ranked #2 nationally (NJCAA poll) at the time they played.
Sophomore running back, Deion Tidwell and freshman kicker, Ross Hoffman have been named the Offensive and Special Teams Northeast Football Conference Players of the Week respectively for their efforts at Dean College on Saturday.
On a soggy afternoon, the ASA College football team improved to 5-1 on the season and 2-0 in Northeast Football Conference play, defeating Dean College 23-9. ASA will play their first and only home game of the season against current #20 Lackawanna College, which could eventually determine the NFC Championship. Kickoff is set for noon at MCU Park (Cyclones Stadium) in Coney Island, NY.
The ASA College football team won their fourth straight game, defeating Wagner College JV 34-3. ASA improves to 4-1 overall with the non-NJCAA victory. The Avengers will return to Northeast Football Conference play on Saturday, October 3rd, at Dean College. Kickoff is set for noon in Franklin, MA.