York College senior Dalton Myers continues to collect post season accolades as he was named to the D3hoops.com All-Middle Atlantic first team on Tuesday morning as announced by the organization. In addition to Myers earning first team honors, Spartan head coach Matt Hunter was named the co-Coach of the Year.
The postseason accolades continue to roll in for the York College men’s basketball team as seniors Dalton Myers and Blayde Reich earned NABC All-Middle Atlantic honors as announced by the organization on Monday.
The York College men’s basketball team picked up their first NCAA Tournament win in 12 years as they downed Yeshiva University 81-67 in the opening round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball tournament in York.
The York College men’s basketball team returns to the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament starting Friday afternoon in York. The Spartans welcome Yeshiva, Hamilton, and Nazareth to Charles Wolf Gymnasium for a two-day pod.
The Capital Athletic Conference champion York College men’s basketball team received good news on Wednesday as the Spartans had a pair of players recognized by the league as the All-CAC squads were released by the league office.
The York College men’s basketball team used a hot shooting performance and placed five players in double figures as York earned the program’s third Capital Athletic Conference tournament championship with an 82-73 win at top seeded Christopher Newport on Saturday in Newport News, Virginia.
The York College men’s basketball team will attempt to win their third Capital Athletic Conference Tournament championship on Saturday as they head to top seeded Christopher Newport for a title game tilt at 2:00 pm in the Freeman Center in Newport News, Virginia.
The York College men’s basketball team used tremendous defense and timely shooting to down Salisbury University 75-59 in the semifinals of the 2018 Capital Athletic Conference tournament on Thursday night in York.
The York College men’s basketball squad received outstanding news in advance of Thursday night’s Capital Athletic Conference semifinals as Dalton Myers and Matt Scamuffo both earned CoSIDA District IV Academic honors as announced on Thursday afternoon.