The York College Athletic Hall of Fame grew by three on Saturday during the annual induction ceremony at the Grumbacher Sport & Fitness Center. Coach and Professor Pat Massa, wrestler Gary Papa, and field hockey standout Jaclyn (Russell) Showers became the newest members of the Hall of Fame.
The York College field hockey team received great news this spring semester as seven Spartans were honored by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association for their academic success during the 2010 campaign.
The York College field hockey squad received excellent news Thursday morning as a trio of Spartans were selected to the All-Capital Athletic Conference squad for the 2010 campaign. Katie Dawkins, Colleen O’Rourke, and Brittany Simmons were each chosen to the conference’s second-team for their quality performances this season.
The York College field hockey team surrendered four unanswered goals to have their 2010 season come to a close courtesy of a 5-3 loss at Wesley College in the opening round of the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament on Sunday in Dover, Delaware.
In their final regular season game of 2010 the York College field hockey squad suffered an 8-1 defeat as visiting Franklin & Marshall spoiled the Spartans Senior Day festivities. The loss drops the Green and White to 9-10 on the season, the first time they have been below .500 since holding a 2-3 mark earlier in the year.
It is only fitting that the afternoon in which the York College Spartans field hockey squad was raising money to battle cancer with their Pink Out Cancer event, that the Green and White would earn a victory of their own.
The York College field hockey squad suffered their third-straight loss on Wednesday afternoon, falling to visiting McDaniel 3-2 in a non-conference tilt. With the defeat, the Spartans fall to .500 on the year at 8-8 while the Green Terror improve to 6-8.
The York College field hockey squad suffered a 5-2 defeat at hands of host Mary Washington Saturday in Capital Athletic Conference action from Fredericksburg, Va. The loss drops the Spartans to 8-7 overall and 2-4 in the CAC while the Eagles improve to 9-6 and 4-1 in conference action.
The York College field hockey team suffered a 5-2 loss to Elizabethtown Wednesday afternoon, as the Blue Jays handed York some of its own medicine in fashioning the come-from behind win. With the defeat, the visiting Spartans drop to 8-6 on the year and snap their three-game winning streak. Elizabethtown boosts their 2010 mark to a solid 9-3.
York College field hockey saw both Katie Dawkins and Lydia Pirie secure Capital Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Week accolades after their respective performances last week. Dawkins was named the league's Offensive Player-of-the-Week while Pirie, the Spartans' sophomore goalkeeper, garners the CAC's Defensive Player-of-the-Week nod.
Notching their second come-from-behind victory in as many games, the York College field hockey squad posted a 3-1 Capital Athletic Conference triumph over Frostburg State Saturday afternoon in Frostburg. The victory pushes the Spartans 2010 mark to 8-5, including a 3-3 record in the CAC, while the Bobcats fall to 3-12 and 1-3 in league play.
After falling behind 1-0 in the game's 14th minute, the York College field hockey squad tallied five unanswered goals to best visiting Wilson 5-1 Thursday afternoon at Kinsley Field. The Spartans improve to 7-5 on the campaign while the Phoenix drop to 7-3.
Three different players scored as the York College Field Hockey squad recorded a solid 3-1 non-conference victory over Dickinson College on an overcast Tuesday afternoon in York. The Spartans improve to 6-5 for the campaign while the Red Devils fall to 2-8 in 2010.
The York College field hockey squad fell to #1 Salisbury University Saturday 4-2 in York on Saturday. With the loss, the Spartans fall back to .500 at 5-5 on the season, including 2-3 in Capital Athletic Conference play, while the top-ranked Sea Gulls up their season mark to 8-1 overall and 4-0 in conference action.
The York College field hockey squad suffered a tough 3-0 road loss to Wesley College on Saturday in Capital Athletic Conference action. The defeat drops the Spartans to 5-4 on the season including 2-2 in CAC play while the Wolverines improve to 6-3 overall and 2-1 in conference action.
The York College field hockey squad won their third straight contest and picked up their second Capital Athletic Conference tilt of the season, when the Spartans trumped visiting Hood by a commanding 6-0 result. The Green and White improve to 5-3, including 2-1 in CAC action, while the Blazers fall to 0-6 (0-2 CAC).
The York College field hockey team exploded for six second half goals en route to a convincing 7-0 non-conference win over Neumann University on Thursday evening in Aston, PA. The Spartans improve to 4-3 overall while the Knights fall to 0-6 overall.
The York College field hockey squad picked up a tremendous 3-2 come-from-behind victory over Susquehanna Tuesday afternoon in York. After falling behind 2-0, the Spartans rallied for three unanswered goals, including two from senior midfielder Casey Lawrence, to secure the victory and improve to 3-3 on the season.
The York College field hockey squad suffered a hard luck 3-2 loss on the road Saturday as St. Marys College (Md.) bested the Spartans in the Capital Athletic Conference contest. With the loss, the Green and White drop to 2-3 (1-1 CAC) on the year while the Seahawks improve to a flawless 4-0 (1-0 CAC).
The York College field hockey squad began their 2010 Capital Athletic Conference slate Thursday afternoon with a 3-0 home victory over Stevenson. With the triumph, the Spartans improve to 2-2 including a 1-0 mark in CAC play while the Mustangs suffer their first loss of the season and fall to 3-1 (0-1 CAC).
The York College field hockey squad suffered their second loss of the year on Tuesday, falling 3-1 to #20 Gettysburg on a steamy Kinsley Field. The Spartans drop to 1-2 on the campaign while the Bullets improve to 1-1.
On a breezy September afternoon, the York College field hockey squad exploded offensively posting a 6-0 triumph over visiting Albright on Saturday in York. The Spartans effectively avenge their season-opening loss and improve to 1-1 while the Lions drop to 0-2 to start the year.
The York College field hockey squad dropped their 2010 opener at Alvernia University, falling to the Crusaders 3-1 on Wednesday evening. Alvernia now stands at 1-0 while the Spartans are 0-1. The Spartans opened their 2009 season with a loss to the Crusaders.
Coming off one of their most successful seasons in program history, the York College field hockey squad begins the 2010 campaign looking to continue that momentum. With the return over several starters from a season ago, the Green and White are primed for a strong season.