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 men’s soccer squad received great news Wednesday afternoon as five Spartans were named to the 2010 NSCAA/Performance Subaru Men’s Soccer Division III All-South-Atlantic Region team. Lucas Emil, Andy Stromberg, Jesse Derksen, Mike Gill, and Kemal Nuspahic were all named to the second-team for their tremendous contributions throughout the season.
The 18th-ranked York College men’s soccer team saw their 2010 campaign come to an abrupt end Saturday afternoon as they fell 1-0 to Kenyon College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in York. The Spartans close out the year with a 16-5-1 mark while the Lords, who stand at 15-2-2, advance to tomorrow’s second round against the winner of Ohio Wesleyan and Catholic.
Spartan freshman defender Matt Yackel was named the CAC Rookie-of-the-Year and head coach Mark Ludwig was chosen by his peers as the conference’s Coach-of-the-Year while seven players were chosen as All-CAC performers. Lucas Emil, Adam Good, Mike Gill, Jesse Derksen, and Andy Stromberg each were first-team choices while Kemal Nuspahic and Antonio Bua landed on the second team.
The Spartan senior class has been exceptional during their four seasons. The Green and White have won two CAC Championships, been to four NCAA Tournaments, and accumulated a record of 72-8-9. But there is one member of that vaunted senior class whose 2010 campaign has proven extra special.
The homepage for the 2010 NCAA Tournament First and Second Round Men's Soccer tournament hosted by York College. The Spartans are hosting the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in the last six years and the second year in a row. This page contains all the information that fans will need to follow the action this weekend.
For the sixth consecutive season, the York College men’s soccer squad has earned a trip to the NCAA Division III National Championship tournament as the brackets were announced Monday afternoon by the NCAA. The Spartans, who earned an automatic bid courtesy of Saturday’s Capital Athletic Conference championship win in penalty kicks, have earned the right to host a pair of first round matches and a second round match on Saturday and Sunday.
For the second consecutive season, and the fourth time in program history, the York College men's soccer team captures the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament Title. After a 1-1 through 110 minutes of action, the Spartans won in a penalty-kick shootout 4-3. Sophomore goalkeeper Jesse Derksen made three saves in the shootout, including the stop on the sixth Salisbury attempt to secure the championship.
The York College men's soccer team hosts rival Salisbury on Saturday, November 6, in the championship match of the 2010 Capital Athletic Conference Tournament. It will be the latest edition of an intense rivalry.
Mike Gill and Mike O'Connell lifted the York College men's soccer team to a 2-0 victory Wednesday afternoon over visiting Mary Washington in the semifinal round of the 2010 Capital Athletic Conference Tournament. The triumph pushes the Spartans into Saturday's championship match where they will host Salisbury in a 2:00 pm tilt.
The York College men’s soccer team has recently announced the dates for the Fourth Annual York College Winter Soccer Clinic. The Spartans are set to host the clinic on Saturday, December 11, and Saturday, December 18.
York College sophomore men’s soccer midfielder Antonio Bua has been named the Spartan Athlete of the Week. Bua, who receives the honor for the first time this season, led the Green and White to victory against Hood College just this passed week.
On an unseasonably warm but cloudy late-October day, the York College men’s soccer team defeated the visiting Hood College Blazers 3-0, to improve their record to 15-4 and 8-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference. For seniors Doug Bauer, Mike O’Connell, Lucas Emil, Adam Good and Treyton Good the match proved a special one as they were honored during the Spartans’ annual Senior Day festivities prior to the CAC tilt.
York College sophomore goalkeeper Jesse Derksen has been chosen as the latest Capital Athletic Conference Mens Soccer Defensive Player-of-the-Week as released by the conference office Monday afternoon. Derksen, who also garnered the honor back on October 4, helped the Spartans to a 2-0 week and secured the CAC regular season championship.
The York College mens soccer team posted a crucial 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference victory at Salisbury University on Saturday afternoon. The win earns the Spartans the 2010 Capital Athletic Conference regular season crown and also the number one seed in the upcoming CAC post-season tournament.
Senior forward Mike OConnell notched two goals Wednesday afternoon as the York College mens soccer team bested visiting Gettysburg 2-1 in overtime during the Spartans inaugural Give Cancer the Boot match. The victory moves the Spartans to 13-4 on the year while the better-than-advertised Bullets drop to 4-8-1.
The York College men's soccer team is joining the effort to promote breast cancer awareness during the month of October as the Spartans host their first annual "Give Cancer the Boot" match this Wednesday against Gettysburg.
York College men's soccer student-athletes Mike O'Connell and Cody Pearson have been selected as Capital Athletic Conference Co-Offensive and Co-Defensive Players-of-the-Week. York put together a solid 2-0 performance last week, as both wins were clean sheets.
The York College mens soccer team kept rolling in Capital Athletic Conference play as they blanked Wesley College 3-0 in league action in Dover, Delaware on Saturday night. The Spartans remain perfect in the CAC with a 6-0 mark while they rise to 12-4 overall. The Wolverines fall to 1-5 in the conference and 4-10-1 overall.
The York College mens soccer team picked up a significant 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference victory Wednesday afternoon, besting host Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Va. Winners of seven of their last eight games, the Spartans improve to 11-4 on the season and 5-0 in conference action while the Eagles drop to 7-3-2 and 2-1-1 in the CAC.
Sophomore midfielder Justin Facer provided the lone goal of the match Saturday as the York College mens soccer team bested visiting Marymount (Va.) University 1-0 in York. Bouncing back in fine fashion after Tuesdays loss at #10 Messiah, the Spartans picked up yet another Capital Athletic Conference victory to boost their 2010 record to 10-4, including a 4-0 league mark.
The York College mens soccer team took one on the chin Tuesday evening as #10 Messiah bested the Green and White 2-0 at Shoemaker Field. The loss snaps the Spartans five-match winning streak and drops their record to 9-4 on the season.
Following a pair of shutout victories last week, men's soccer goalkeeper Jesse Derksen has been chosen as the latest Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week. His efforts resulted in a 2-0 week for the Green and White as they stretched their current winning streak to five consecutive matches.
In front of a large crowd at York Colleges Fall Fest Weekend, the Spartan mens soccer squad relied on junior Kemal Nuspahic and his lone goal to carry the Green White to a 1-0 victory over conference foe Frostburg State. With the triumph, York improves to 9-3 overall and 3-0 in the CAC. The Bobcats from Frostburg State drop to 3-7-1 overall and 1-2-1 in the conference.
The York College mens soccer team stretched their current winning streak to four consecutive matches on Thursday evening, as the Spartans bested host Lynchburg 3-0. The Green and White, who have not allowed a goal during each of the past four games, improve to 8-3 on the season while the Hornets drop to 6-3-1.
York College men's soccer standouts Antonio Bua and Adam Good have been selected as the Capital Athletic Conference Offensive and Defensive Players-of-the-Week for men's soccer. Bua and Good both posted tremendous performances in leading the Spartans to a 2-0 week.