WYOMING, DEL. – The York College golf squad shot a team score of 317 during day two of the 2010 CAC Championship tournament at Wild Quail Golf and Country Club in Wyoming, Delaware on Sunday. Unfortunately, that wouldn't be good enough to defend their title as the host Wesley Wolverines shot a very solid 305 to earn their second team title in three years. The Spartans finished the tournament 11 strokes back of Wesley while Stevenson was 18 strokes back of the Spartans in third. Marymount finished fourth while the Hood Blazers finished fifth.
Spartan sophomore Andrew Schmehl (Vincentown, N.J./Seneca) rode his opening round tournament record 69 to tie Chris Osberg, the 2008 CAC Player of the Year, for first place in the tournament. Both players shot a two-over-par 146 to earn CAC Co-Player of the Year award. Osberg shot a 71 on Sunday after a 75 on Saturday. Schmehl shot 77 on Sunday as he earns All-CAC accolades for his second straight season.
The 2009 CAC Player of the Year, Spartan sophomore Adam Dupler (York Haven, Pa./Red Land), finished sixth as he shot a 78 on Sunday for a two-day total of 154. Sophomore Adam Burkhart (Landisville, Pa./Hempfield) finished tied for seventh as he shot an 82 on Sunday to finish one stroke back of Dupler as he carded a two-day total of 155. Senior Cody Trabert (York, Pa./Central York) completed his collegiate career with a score of 80 as he grabbed the final All-CAC spot, finishing tenth with score of 157. Dupler, Burkhart, and Trabert each earned second-team All-CAC accolades for their performances.
The Spartans are slated to return four of their five starters in 2010-11 as Trabert is the only senior starter for the Green and White. York won three tournaments this season and finished second in three others. The Spartans finished the season with a record of 106-39-2.