The 2009 York College womens lacrosse season came to a close Saturday afternoon as the Spartans fell 18-5 at Mary Washington in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament. The Green and White finish the year with a 7-10 mark while the Eagles move on the league semifinals owning a mark of 12-6.
After falling behind 6-0, the York College women's lacrosse team rallied for six straight scores in the second half, including four from senior Megan Bell. Overtime went against the home squad however as York fell to CAC foe Marymount 10-8.
Senior Megan Bell notched six goals on Saturday to lead the York College womens lacrosse team to a 16-10 Senior Day victory over visiting Wesley College. The Capital Athletic Conference triumph improves the Spartans 2009 mark to 7-8 (2-4 CAC) while the Wolverines drop to 6-9 (0-7 CAC).
Megan Bell notched three scores and Megan Foy tallied with 15 seconds left in the first overtime period to lead the York College women's lacrosse team to a 6-5 victory over visiting St. Vincent College. The win pushes the Green and White to a 6-8 mark for the season.
The York College womens lacrosse team fell hard Saturday afternoon, dropping a 21-10 decision to Capital Athletic Conference foe Mary Washington. The road defeat pulls the Spartans 2009 record down to 5-8 (1-4 CAC) while the Eagles improve to 9-5 (5-1 CAC).
The York College womens lacrosse team notched their second straight win Tuesday with a 19-6 triumph over visiting Notre Dame (Md.). The non-conference win brings the Spartans to an overall record of 5-7 and drops the Gators to 2-7.
The York College womens lacrosse team earned their first Capital Athletic Conference victory of the season Saturday with a 17-2 home victory over Hood College. The triumph brings the Spartans to an overall record of 4-7 (1-3 CAC) and dropped the Blazers to 4-5 (1-4 CAC).
Megan Foy posted her third hat trick of 2009 Wednesday afternoon to lead the York College womens lacrosse team to a 10-7 non-conference victory over Frostburg. The visiting Spartans (3-7) used five goals in each 30-minute half to snap their four-game winless streak and drop the host Bobcats to 2-6 on the year.
The York College womens lacrosse team dropped their fourth game in a row Saturday afternoon as #16 St. Marys (Md.) bounced the Spartans 16-5 at Kinsley Field. The Green and White now stand at 2-7 and 0-3 in league play while the Seahawks used the triumph to up their season mark to 7-2 and 2-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference.
The York College womens lacrosse suffered a gut-wrenching 9-8 defeat to Susquehanna University Tuesday afternoon at Yorks Kinsley Field. The loss, the Spartans third in a row, drops the Green and White to 2-6 on the year while the Crusaders up their early season mark to 4-1.
The York College womens lacrosse team dropped their second straight contest Saturday afternoon with a 5-3 loss to the College of Wooster. The low-scoring affair leaves the Green and White with a 2-5 mark for the season while the Fighting Scots improve to 2-0.
The York College women's lacrosse team suffered a 13-2 non-conference loss to visiting Messiah on Tuesday evening. The loss sets the Green and White back to 2-4 on the year while the Falcons even up their season mark at 1-1.
Megan Bell scored five times and Megan Foy posted four goals as the York College women's lacrosse team topped visiting Marywood 15-2. The Spartans improve to 2-3 with their second consecutive victory while the Pacers open their 2009 campaign with a loss.
Junior captain Megan Foy tallied four goals as the York College womens lacrosse team officially got off the snide Tuesday afternoon, capturing their first win of the year courtesy of an 11-9 result over Lycoming. The win gives the Spartans their first of the year as they move to 1-3 on the year.
The York College women's lacrosse team ran into a buzz saw Saturday afternoon, falling 21-1 to #3 Salisbury. With the loss the Spartans drop to 0-3 (0-2 CAC) on the year while the Sea Gulls improve to 4-0 (2-0 CAC)
The York College womens lacrosse team suffered their second loss of the year Wednesday, falling to Capital Athletic Conference foe Stevenson University, 17-9. The Spartans, who have lost both of their games on the road, now stand at 0-2 (0-1 CAC) while the Mustangs improve to 2-0 (2-0 CAC).
The York College women's lacrosse team suffered an 18-3 loss at the hands of host Elizabethtown College Saturday evening. The Spartans drop their season-opener while the Blue Jays improve to 1-0 to start the year.
The 2009 edition of the York College women's lacrosse team hits the field this year looking to improve upon their program-best 11-6 campaign from 2008. The Spartans officially open their season this Saturday with a trip to Elizabethtown.