For the first time in school history, the York College Spartans captured the 2009-10 Capital Athletic Conference Mens Commissioners Award as announced by the CAC office recently. The award, which signifies the most outstanding mens athletic program in the conference, is in its third year of existence as the Spartans accumulated 76.0 points, edging last years champion, Salisbury University, by 2.5 points in the overall standings. Mary Washington finished third followed by Wesley.
The York College athletic department celebrated the 2009-2010 academic year in style on Friday evening at the Spartans annual athletics banquet. Each of the Green and Whites 20 varsity teams, in addition to Yorks cheerleading squad, as well as administrators and staff attended the gala event.
The York College Athletic Hall of Fame will grow by three as Jill Crouse-Wolf, Chris Showers, and Michael Jackson will be inducted into the prestigious fraternity on Saturday, May 1 at Charles Wolf Gymnasium. The 1998 Mens Soccer team will also be honored by the College as they were the first team in program history to win a Capital Athletic Conference championship.
Three York College men's soccer seniors traveled to Sanford, Fla. this past week for the InfoSport, Inc. professional combine. Ryan Hock, Brett Sauerberger, and Travis Williams headed south with an opportunity to continue their respective playing careers.
York College senior Jon Ports has been honored as the NSCAA Division III Mens Soccer Player-of-the-Year as announced by the organization late last week. Ports becomes Yorks first national Player-of-the-Year in athletic department history.
Scott McDowell terrorized the pitch for the Green and White from 2002-2005. One of the most decorated Spartans in the history of the York College men's soccer program, McDowell is now happily married and working in York.
The York College mens soccer squad received outstanding new late last week as four Spartans were named to the NSCAA All-South Region squad. Jon Pors, Kemal Nuspahic, Adam Good, and Lucas Emil were each chosen to represent the Green and White on the regional team.
York College senior men's soccer standout Jon Ports has recently been selected to the NSCAA All-American first-team for his efforts during the 2009 campaign. Ports become the first three-time first-team All-American in any sport in York College history.
The York College men's soccer team saw their stellar 2009 campaign come to an abrupt end Saturday afternoon. The Spartans tied Williams 1-1 throughout the first 110 minutes of play before the Ephs advanced via a penalty-kick shootout.
York College men's soccer freshman forward Antonio Bua has been selected as the latest Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week. Bua had a spectacular weekend for the Spartans, scoring game-winning goals in both York wins to open the NCAA Tournament.
The York College men's soccer team will get to stay at home for the second consecutive weekend as the Spartans will host a four-team sectional on Saturday and Sunday. The Spartans welcome Williams, Christopher Newport, and Stevens to Graham Field with a berth in the Final Four on the line.
The #2 York College men's soccer team topped visiting #24 Amherst College 2-0 Sunday afternoon at Graham Field in York. Freshman Antonio Bua tallied his second game winner in as many matches while Kemal Nuspahic added the insurance goal.
The second-ranked York College men's soccer team begins their 2009 NCAA Tournament today, hosting Cazenovia College in the first round. Follow along as sports information's Matt Clark blogs about the game throughout the match.
Antonio Bua and Mike Lansing each tallied a pair of scores as the #2 York College men's soccer team defeated Cazenovia College in the first round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament. The Spartans now advance to the second round where they will face Amherst College tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. at York's Graham Field.
The York College mens soccer team received great news Wednesday as eight Spartans were named to the 2009 Capital Athletic Conference squad. Of the eight, three student-athletes return to the all-league list while five are new additions.
Following his outstanding week in leading the #4 York College men's soccer team to their first Capital Athletic Conference Tournament title since 2006, senior All-American Jon Ports has been chosen as the latest Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week for his performance during the span of November 2-8.
The York College athletic department has established the ticket policy for the Spartan mens soccer first and second round NCAA Tournament matches on Saturday, November 14 and Sunday, November 15. The Spartans face Cazenovia at 11:00 am on Saturday followed by Amherst and Salem State squaring off in the other first round match on Saturday at 1:30 pm. The two first round winners will play on Sunday at 1:00 pm.
For the fourth time in program history and the third in five seasons, the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament title belongs to the York College mens soccer team. The Spartans topped visiting Stevenson 2-1 Saturday afternoon to secure the league championship.
The York College mens soccer team comes into their fifth championship game appearance in the last six years looking to capture their fourth overall Capital Athletic Conference title. The Spartans have won tournament championships in 1998, 2005, and 2006. The Spartans won two of those title at home as they defeated Salisbury in 1998 and Mary Washington in 2006.
The #5 York College mens soccer team advances to the 2009 Capital Athletic Conference tournament after a resounding 4-1 victory over visiting Mary Washington Tuesday afternoon in the semifinal round. The second-seeded Spartans will host fourth-seeded Stevenson in Saturday's championship.
The York College mens soccer team edged visiting Capital Athletic Conference opponent Hood College 3-0 in their last game before moving into the CAC tournament. York (13-1-4, 6-0-2) moved past a first half when they struggled to finish their attack on multiple occasions, only to come out at halftime and score three goals on the afternoon.
The #5 York College men's soccer team was all smiles Saturday as they picked up a 6-0 CAC victory over visiting St. Mary's on Spartan Senior Day. Since this class entered the college ranks in 2006, the Green and White have posted a stellar 72-4-10 record.
The York College men's soccer team ended in a scoreless tie against Johns Hopkins University Wednesday night in a battle of nationally ranked squads in Baltimore. The Spartans and Blue Jays tied for the second consecutive match as York is now 11-1-4 for the campaign.