The York College men’s lacrosse team placed a trio of Spartans among the 2011 All-Capital Athletic Conference performers as Josh Gamble, John Dubois, and Tyler Powell were each chosen to the all- league second team. The three selections tie a program-record for postseason accolades as the Green and White also landed three on the All-CAC squad last season.
The York College men’s lacrosse team saw their 2011 campaign come to a close on Sunday afternoon, falling 14-9 to visiting St. Mary’s (Md.) in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament. Josh Gamble concludes his Spartan career and leaves the program as the school’s all-time leader in points (175) and goals (120) while ranking second in assists (55).
The York College men’s lacrosse team suffered a 17-5 Capital Athletic Conference loss to host Mary Washington on Thursday afternoon. The Spartans finish their 2011 regular season campaign with a 10-5 mark including a 5-3 record in the CAC while the Eagles improve to 10-5 and 6-2 in league play. York now enters into CAC Tournament play this weekend as the #4 seed while Mary Washington is seeded third.
The visiting #3 Stevenson University Mustangs (14-1, 7-0 CAC) defeated the York College Spartans men’s lacrosse team (10-4, 5-2 CAC) 19-3 on a dreary Tuesday afternoon. Despite the loss, Spartan goalkeeper Tyler Powell notched a season-high 27 saves.
York College junior goalkeeper Tyler Powell has been selected as this week’s Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player-of-The-Week. Powell, who helped lead the Spartans to a 1-1 record this week, collects the honor for the second time this season.
The York College men’s lacrosse team (10-3, 5-1 CAC) defeated the visiting Captains of Christopher Newport (5-6) by a score of 11-5, on an afternoon in which the squad’s senior student-athletes were spotlighted for their dedication to the program.
The York College men’s lacrosse team suffered an 18-7 loss to #2 Salisbury on Wednesday in Capital Athletic Conference action. With the defeat, the Spartans fall to 9-3 and lose their first CAC contest of the season, dropping to 5-1 in league play. The national powerhouse Sea Gulls remain unbeaten and improve to 12-0 and 5-0 in the conference.
Following a strong two-game performance last week, York College men’s lacrosse standout James Lowe has been selected as the latest Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week.
Jimmy Langton and John Dubois combined for eight goals Saturday as the York College men’s lacrosse team posted an 18-8 Capital Athletic Conference triumph over visiting Wesley. The Spartans, winners of each of their last five, improve to 9-2 overall and a flawless 5-0 in league play while the Wolverines drop to 4-8 and 1-4 in the CAC.
For just the second time in the 12-year history of the program, the York College men’s lacrosse team topped St. Mary’s (Md.). On a cold and rainy day in St. Mary’s City, Md., the Spartans captured the Capital Athletic Conference tilt with a 7-4 triumph. With the victory, the Green and White boost their season mark to 8-2, including a string of four straight wins, while they remain unbeaten in league play at 4-0.
The York College men’s lacrosse team received outstanding news early this week as junior goalkeeper Tyler Powell was chosen as the Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week.
York College men’s lacrosse goalkeeper Tyler Powell has been chosen as the latest Spartan Athlete of the Week. Following his tremendous performance, Powell becomes the first men’s lacrosse player to nab the honor this spring.
YORK, Pa. – On a career day for sophomore James Lowe, in which he tallied seven points on six goals and one assist, the York College men’s lacrosse team (7-2, 3-0 CAC) handily defeated the visiting Saints of Marymount (2-7, 0-1 CAC) 12-1 in a Capital Athletic Conference tilt.
The York College men’s lacrosse team captured their second straight Capital Athletic Conference win as the bested host Hood College 9-2 on Wednesday. The triumph boosts the Spartans’ 2011 record to 6-2 and 2-0 in league play while the Blazers fall to 3-4 and 0-2 in the CAC.
John Dubois tallied two goals and distributed a pair of assists as the York College men’s lacrosse team returned to the win column on Saturday. The Spartans topped host Frostburg State 11-5 in both squads’ first Capital Athletic Conference tilt of the 2011 season as the victory snaps York’s two-game skid and improves their record to 5-2 (1-0 CAC) while the Bobcats fall to 3-5 (0-1 CAC) on the year.
The York College men’s lacrosse team suffered their second consecutive loss Wednesday afternoon, falling to visiting Catholic 15-9 at Kinsley Field. Despite the defeat, senior captain Josh Gamble set a new program record in career points as he now has 152 during his four seasons.
Jimmy Langton tallied five goals and Tyler Powell recorded 15 saves as the York College men’s lacrosse team posted an 11-6 win over Washington College Wednesday afternoon in Chestertown, Md. With the non-conference triumph, the Spartans begin the year at 4-0, their best start in program history, while the Shoremen drop to 1-2 on the season.
The York College men's lacrosse squad picked up their third straight win to open the 2011 campaign as they topped St. Vincent 14-7 in Florida on Thursday. Josh Gamble scored four goals to lead the Spartans while goalkeeper Tyler Powell made 14 saves.
The York College men’s lacrosse team kicked-off their spring break trip to Florida today, as they beat Division II opponent Rollins 18-11 on an unseasonably warm February day in Orlando. The Spartans improve to 2-0 while the Tars fall to 0-3 on the season.
With seven seconds left in the game, senior attack Josh Gamble tallied the game-winning score as the York College men's lacrosse team downed visiting Virginia Wesleyan 12-11 in the Spartans' season-opener.
The York College men’s lacrosse team enters the 2011 campaign as a squad looking to breakthrough. Coming off last season’s 7-9 season, the Spartans feature a revitalized lineup that begins the year as one of the most talented and possibly the deepest squad the program has seen in its 11-year history.