The York College men’s cross country squad concluded their 2010 campaign with a 25th place finish as the 2010 NCAA Division III Mideast Regional hosted by Carnegie Mellon University at Cooper’s Lake Campground in Slippery Rock, PA. The Spartans finished with 748 points in the 47-team field.
In their final regular season meet before the annual Capital Athletic Conference Championships, the York College mens cross country team put together a solid performance Saturday. The Spartans, who registered 117 points, ran to a fifth place overall finish out of 11 teams at the Battle of the Buggy Invitational.
Continuing to prepare for next months rapidly approaching Capital Athletic Conference Championships, the York College mens cross country squad put together a strong showing at the Goucher College Classic Saturday morning in Towson, Md. The Spartans registered a third-place overall finish out of the 12 teams present, collecting 118 points.
The York College mens cross country team competed in the Don Cathcart Invitational Saturday afternoon at Winterplace Park in Salisbury, Md. The Spartans took 10th out of the 15 scoring teams, recording 247 points.
The York College mens cross country squad opened the 2010 home slate at the Coach Achtzehn Classic held at John Rudy County Park in York, PA, on Saturday. The Green and White placed second overall of the eight teams at the Classic with 54 points.
The York College mens cross country team had a successful opening day as they embarked on their 2010 campaign at the Green Terror Cross Country Challenge held at McDaniel College. In the two-portion meet, consisting of both 5k and 3k events, the Green and White placed second out of eight teams as they posted 80 points.
The 2010 York College men's cross country team opens the season with a much different look than in seasons past. Seniors Ryan Janes and Andrew Friesema as well as sophomore Steven Childres lead a group of talented Spartans.
Erick Camodeca has recently been hired as the head coach of the men's and women's cross country and track & field programs as announced by Sean Sullivan, Assistant Dean of Athletics and Recreation, late last month.