The postseason accolades continue to roll in for York College womens lacrosse standout rookie Kimmy Wayson. The freshman attack has been recently selected to the womenslacrosse.com Division III All-Rookie Squad following her tremendous 2010 campaign.
The York College womens lacrosse squad received terrific news as a pair of Spartans were chosen to the 2010 IWLCA All-Metro Region squad. Senior defender Kelly Vrana and freshman attack Kimmy Wayson each posted stellar campaigns en route to their second-team selections. This marks the fifth time in the five-year history of the program that at least one Spartan has been named to the all-region team.
The York College womens lacrosse team received outstanding news this week as a trio of Spartans were named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference squad for the 2010 campaign. Senior Kelly Vrana, freshman Kimmy Wayson, and freshman Leah Schultz were each chosen to the all-conference second-team for their efforts this season.
The York College womens lacrosse team closed out their 2010 regular season with a tight 8-7 Capital Athletic Conference win at Marymount University on Wednesday night. The Spartans improve to 10-5 overall and 3-4 in the CAC while the Saints fall to 3-10 and 2-5 in the conference. The Spartans secure the fifth seed in the CAC tournament and will travel to fourth seeded Stevenson University in the tournaments opening round.
The York College womens lacrosse team picked up an impressive 20-10 Capital Atheltic Conference win at Wesley College on Sunday afternoon. The Green and White improves to 9-5 overall and 2-4 in the CAC while the Wolverines fall to 7-7 overall and 1-5 in the league.
Kimmy Wayson tallied six goals and Kelsey Evans notched 15 saves to lead the York College women's lacrosse team to a 9-4 Wednesday afternoon victory over visiting Goucher. The non-conference triumph pushes the Spartans' early-season mark to 3-2 while the Gophers fall to 2-3
The York College women's lacrosse team recorded the first shutout in school history as they blanked the University of Dallas 20-0 in Irving, TX on Thursday afternoon. Freshman Kimberly Wayson was fantastic as the first-year midfielder had five goals and four assists for nine points. The Spartans are now 2-2 while UD falls to 0-2.
The York College women's lacrosse team allowed 11 second half goals as the Green and White dropped a tough 15-14 decision to Lycoming College in Dallas, TX on an unseasonably cold Wednesday afternoon. Both teams now stand at 1-2 for the season.
The York College womens lacrosse team suffered a 14-11 Capital Athletic Conference loss Wednesday evening to visiting Stevenson University. The Mustangs tallied six of the games final seven goal en route to their second victory in as many tries this season. The Spartans fall to 1-1 overall and 0-1 in CAC action.
Freshman Kimberly Wayson has been named the Capital Athletic Conference women's lacrosse player of the week after her stellar contest against Montclair State University on Saturday. The award goes along with her Spartan Athlete of the Week award that she earned on Monday.
York College women's lacrosse player Kimberly Wayson captures Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week honors after a tremendous career-beginning contest in the Green and White's 8-7 season-opening victory over visiting Montclair last Saturday.
The revamped York College womens lacrosse opened up the 2010 campaign in victorious fashion Saturday afternoon with an 8-7 triumph over visiting Montclair State at the Spartans Kinsley Field. The Spartans used six first-half goals and bookend scores in the second frame to notch the one-goal win.
The York College women's lacrosse programs enters the 2010 campaign with a renewed sense of optimism and a wealth of talent. Led by senior captains Meg Foy, Courtney Heller, and Kelly Vrana, the Spartans could be a formidable opponent in the tough Capital Athletic Conference this season.