The York College Spartans had a stellar year in the classroom. York boasted a school-record five national Capital One Academic All-America honorees and had 170 student-athletes earn Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic accolades.
The York College baseball squad got outstanding news on Friday as senior catcher Colbe Herr was named American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Third Team All-American as announced by the organization.
After being no-hit through five innings and held scoreless through seven, the York College baseball team erupted for five runs in the eighth en route to an 8-4 road victory over No. 6 Rowan on Thursday afternoon.
Three members of the York College baseball team, Colbe Herr (Hummelstown, Pa./Lower Dauphin), Andrew Hershey (Lancaster, Pa./Penn Manor) and Colin Porter (Hanover, Pa./South Western), were named to the 2014 Capital One Academic All-District Baseball Team, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
York College senior first baseman Brad Wenzel stroked a bases loaded single to right center to score a pair and give the Spartans a 6-5 walk-off win over Johns Hopkins in non-conference action on Monday in York.
he York College Spartan baseball team was eliminated in heartbreaking fashion on Saturday as Christopher Newport’s Billy Steel hit a walk-off bloop single down the first base line with one out in the tenth inning as the Captains notched a 3-2 win at Jaquet Field.
York College freshman right-hander Elliot Mortimer tossed a four-hit complete game as the Spartans notched a 5-1 win over Frostburg State University in the second round of the 2014 Capital Athletic Conference on Friday in York.
The No. 1 seeded York College baseball team held off a ninth-inning rally by St. Mary’s College (Md.) to earn a 7-6 victory in the opening round of the 2014 CAC Baseball Tournament on Wednesday afternoon at Jaquet Field.
The York College baseball team gets set for the 2014 Capital Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament as the No. 1 seeded Spartans will face off against the No. 6 seeded St. Mary’s College (Md.) Seahawks on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. from Jaquet Field.
Rutgers-Camden (18-7-1) handed York (20-5) its first non-conference loss in over a month. A 2-1 loss to Muhlenberg on March 6 in in the final game of the Spartans’ spring trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C marked the last time York fell to a non-CAC school.
Freshman outfielder Logan Countryman gave York a walk-off win with a ninth inning single as the York College Spartans earned a Capital Athletic Conference split with Christopher Newport on a brilliantly sunny Saturday afternoon in York.
The York College baseball team got back to its winning ways with a sweep of Wesley College in a pair of Capital Athletic Conference contests by scores of 21-8 and 12-4 on Saturday afternoon at Jaquet Field.
It was a seven-run fourth inning that put York (14-2) in the lead for good as the Spartans tallied five hits, combined with one costly Messiah (8-8) error to start the inning that led to the offensive outburst.