The York College baseball team struck early but the Green and White offense was silenced after that as the Washington & Jefferson Presidents eliminated the Spartans 4-1 in the NCAA Division III Regional Tournament in Salisbury, MD on Friday afternoon.
The York College baseball team ran into a tough and talented Shenandoah squad Thursday evening, falling 11-2 to the #2-seeded Hornets. The loss, which ends the Spartans stay in the winners bracket, drops Yorks record to 28-15 on the season.
Behind a stellar effort from junior pitcher Jason Christenberry, the York College baseball team captured a 12-1 victory over North Carolina Wesleyan in their first game of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. The triumph, which improves the Spartans' record to 28-14, pushes the Green and White into the South Regional winner's bracket.
The link to the homepage for the 2009 Salisbury University Regional Baseball Tournament hosted by Salisbury University. The tournament runs from May 13 to 17 at Arthur Perdue Stadium in Salisbury, MD. The site contains all the information needed to follow the Spartans during the tournament.
The York College baseball squad earned a bid to the 2009 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship tournament as announced by the NCAA early Monday morning. The Spartans will compete in the eight-team Salisbury University regional which begins play on Wednesday. The Spartans are the sixth seed in the regional.
The York College Spartan baseball team had four players honored by the Capital Athletic Conference as the all-league squads were announced by the league office on Tuesday. Senior Ryan Poff and junior Jason Christenberry earned first-team honors while Mike Connolly and Kyle Cook earned second-team accolades.
The York College baseball team dropped a 9-5 decision at Montclair State University in a non-conference contest on Wednesday afternoon. The Spartans, who are fighting for an NCAA Tournament berth, fall to 27-13 with two games remaining in their season.
The York College offense exploded for 15 runs as the Spartans blitzed the DeSales University Bulldogs in a non-conference contest on Monday. In the win, senior Ryan Poff became the Spartans' all-time hit leader with his first inning single, passing former Spartan great Matt Day.
The Christopher Newport Captains used strong pitching and key hitting to sweep York College in a key regional doubleheader on Sunday afternoon in Newport News, VA. The Captains won game 9-7 and then competed the sweep with a 12-1 victory in the nightcap.
The York College baseball team began their four-game road swing with a 7-1 loss to North Carolina Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon in Rocky Mount, NC. The Spartans fall to 26-10 overall as they are making a final push in an attempt to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.
The York College baseball squad made their 2009 senior day a successful one as they defeated the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays 11-6 in a non-conference contest on a sunny Thursday afternoon in York. The Spartans honored seniors Ryan Poff, Matt Austin, Jake Hughes and Scott Livengood prior to the game.
The York College baseball squad snapped their two game losing skid with a 10-5 non-conference victory at Franklin & Marshall on an overcast Wednesday afternoon in Lancaster, PA. The Spartans improve to 25-9 overall as they are making a push towards an NCAA Tournament berth.
The second seeded York College baseball team fell to top seeded Salisbury University 5-4 on a walk off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning in the quarterfinal round game. The Spartans, who have lost twice at Salisbury on walk offs, fall to 24-9 for the year.
The York College baseball team committed eight errors and allowed nine unearned runs as the Spartans fell to Stevenson University, 16-11, in the second round of the 2009 Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament on Friday in York.
Jason Christenberry carried a no-hitter into the ninth inning Thursday as he led the York College baseball team passed visiting St. Marys 6-0 in the first round of the 2009 Capital Athletic Conference tournament. Behind the juniors strong performance, the Spartans improve their mark to 24-7 on the year while the Seahawks fall to 13-17.
York College freshman Dustin Worthman earned the Capital Athletic Conference Baseball Player of the Week honors for the week ending April 12. Worthman led the Spartans to a 4-1 week as they secured the second seed in this week's CAC Tournament.
The York College baseball team picked up two more Capital Athletic Conference victories Saturday with 4-1 and 11-7 triumphs over Mary Washington. The Spartans improve to 23-7 (13-5 CAC) while the Eagles fall to 14-13 (9-9 CAC).
The York College baseball team captured a huge 6-4 Capital Athletic Conference road win on Wednesday afternoon in Fredericksburg, VA. The Spartans took another step toward clinching a top two seed in next week's CAC Tournament. York improves to 21-7 overall and 11-5 in the CAC.
The York College baseball team split a pair of Capital Athletic Conference contests at Stevenson University on a crisp Tuesday evening in Glen Burnie, MD. The Spartans won game one 11-9 before falling in the nightcap 9-3.
York College sophomore Kyle Cook was named the Capital Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week for his help in leading the Spartans to a 3-1 week. Cook, who earned the honor for the second time this year, hit a blistering .625 for the week.
Junior right-hander Chris Frankenfield made his first career start a memorable one as he tossed a complete game in the nightcap, allowing his Spartan baseball squad to earn a CAC split against Wesley College on Saturday afternoon in York.
Sophomore pitcher Andy Rosenzweig threw his first complete game of the 2009 season Thursday to lead the York College baseball team to a 6-2 Capital Athletic Conference victory over Wesley. The road triumph improves the Spartans season mark to 18-5 (8-3 CAC) while the Wolverines fall to 18-11-1 (7-6 CAC).
The York College baseball team got back on track with a 4-0 win over Lebanon Valley College in non-conference action on Tuesday in York. The Spartans had four pitchers combine to throw a six-hit shutout as the Green and White snapped their three game losing skid.
The York College baseball squad dropped a doubleheader at Salisbury in very different ways on Sunday. The Sea Gulls captured game one 30-6 before hanging on to record a 7-6 extra inning win in the nightcap. The Spartans, who have lost three straight, fall to 16-5 overall and 7-3 in the CAC.
The York College baseball squad saw their 16-game win streak come to an end as Stevenson University edged the Spartans 6-5 in a Capital Athletic Conference contest on Wednesday afternoon in York. The Mustangs scored two runs in the top of the ninth to hand York its first home loss of the year.
York College sophomore first baseman C.T. Stanley has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week for the week ending March 22 as released by the CAC office. Stanley led the 21st ranked Spartans to a perfect 5-0 win including a trio of CAC wins.
The York College baseball squad swept the St. Mary's College Seahawks in a Capital Athletic Conference twin bill on Saturday afternoon in St. Mary's City, MD. The Spartans won game one 3-2 in eight innings followed by a 5-2 win in the nightcap. Sophomore Kyle Cook won game one in relief and then notched a save in the second game to power York.
The York College baseball squad extended their win streak to 14 with a 6-2 Capital Athletic Conference win over St. Mary's College on a cool Friday afternoon in York. The Spartans improve to 14-2 overall and 5-0 in the CAC.