The York College athletic department is proud to announce that Tim Bohlman, Chris Brower and Ashley Swope have been selected for induction into the York College Athletic Hall of Fame. The trio will comprise the 28th class in the history of the Athletic Hall of Fame.
York College baseball players Grant Oberholtzer and Seth Brosius picked up some more post-season hardware as they both were named the ABCA/Rawlings NCAA Division III All-Region honors as announced by the organization on Tuesday evening.
Two Spartans earned D3baseball.com All-South Region honors as announced by the organization on Monday afternoon. Junior Grant Oberholtzer earned second team accolades while senior Seth Brosius earned third team honors.
The York College baseball team saw their 2018 season come to a close as the Salisbury Sea Gulls eliminated the Spartans from the Capital Athletic Conference tournament with an 11-3 win on Saturday in Salisbury.
The York College baseball team opened the 2018 Capital Athletic Conference tournament on Friday with a win in the opener and a loss in the nightcap as the Spartans advanced to Saturday’s portion of the tournament.
YORK, Pa. – The York College baseball team opens the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament with Frostburg State University on Friday morning at 9 a.m. The Spartans reside in Pod A, hosted by Salisbury University, featuring the Spartans, the Bobcats and the Sea Gulls in a double-elimination setting that will send one team to face the survivor of Pod B, hosted by Christopher Newport University, for the conference championship.
YORK, Pa. – The York College baseball team dropped its regular-season finale to Frostburg St. 15-14 on Monday afternoon in a Capital Athletic Conference matchup. The Spartans led 14-7 heading into the bottom of the eighth inning, but were unable to close out the game. Both Jack Barry and Devin Chapman went deep for the Spartans, who will now enter the CAC Tournament as the No. 6 seed, and will take on the Bobcats yet again on Friday to begin the postseason.
YORK, Pa. – The York College baseball team scored in seven of their eight offensive innings, blitzing Penn St.-Berks for 22 hits in a 24-12 win on Senior Day on Thursday evening at Jaquet Field in non-conference action. Seniors Christian Bilan, Luke Knott and Collin Crowell all homered, while fellow seniors Seth Brosius and Devin Chapman also notched extra base hits on the afternoon.