Three York College womens soccer players were selected to the 2009 All-Capital Athletic Conference squads as announced by the conference office on Thursday. The Spartans were represented on the first team by senior defender Lauren Stewart and junior forward Steph Mergler while freshman Kat Sipes earned second-team accolades.
The York College women's soccer put up a good fight but the Spartans eventually fell to second seeded Stevenson University, 3-2, on a brisk Wednesday afternoon in Owings Mills, Md. The Spartans see their stellar season come to a close with a mark of 14-5-1, the second highest win total in school history.
The York College women's soccer team survived a spirited Wesley College Wolverine squad to post a 3-2 victory in the first round of the 2009 Capital Athletic Conference Tournament on Sunday afternoon in York. The Spartans advance to face Stevenson in the Tournament semifinals on Wednesday afternoon.
On senior day at Graham Field, the York College womens soccer team picked up a crucial 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference victory over visiting Wesley College. With the win, the Spartan remain in the running for the top overall seed heading into next weeks conference tournament.
York College women's soccer junior Ilana Kline is now in the midst of her third season sporting the Green and White. Though its not only her devotion to the Spartan program that people should center their attention.
The York College womens soccer team fell hard Wednesday afternoon to host Stevenson University 4-1 in a battle of two of the top three squads in the Capital Athletic Conference. The loss drops the Green and Whites record to 12-4-1 (5-1-1 CAC) while the Mustangs improve to 11-3-1 (6-1 CAC).
Facing yet another day of cold and rainy conditions, the York College womens soccer team braved the elements en route to capturing a key 3-0 home victory over St. Marys College of Maryland Saturday afternoon. The Capital Athletic Conference win boosts the Spartans 2009 record to an impressive 12-3-1
York College womens soccer midfielder Carly Bock captured a pair of honors this week as she has been named Capital Athletic Conference Womens Soccer Player-of-the-Week in addition to her Spartan Athlete-of-the-Week accolade.
The York College women's soccer squad used a very balanced team effort as seven different Spartans scored in their 8-0 Capital Athletic Conference victory over Gallaudet University on Tuesday afternoon in York. The Spartans, winners of four straight, improve to 11-2-1 overall and 4-0-1 in the CAC.
In double-overtime fashion, the York College women's soccer team defeated #16 Salisbury University on Sunday at Graham Field. Stephanie Rice recorded the game-winning tally off a stellar service from Carly Bock with only 6:17 remaining in the match.
The York College women's soccer team kept Marymount University winless as the Spartans cruised to a 5-1 Capital Athletic Conference win in Arlington, VA on Friday afternoon. The Spartans improve to 9-2-1 overall and 2-0-1 in the CAC while the Saints fall to 0-11 overall and 0-4 in the league.
The York College womens soccer team topped visiting Franklin and Marshall Tuesday evening by a 3-1 final. The Spartans (8-2-1) came out with a very strong start against the Diplomats (3-9), scoring a goal within the first two minutes of the game.
The York College women's soccer team dropped a non-conference decision at top-ranked Messiah College 7-1 on Wednesday night in Grantham, PA. The Spartans scored first but the Falcons finished the scoring as the Green and White fall to 7-2-1 for the year.
The York College women's soccer team scored first but the University of Mary Washington Eagles scored last as the two teams tied 1-1 in a Capital Athletic Conference showdown on Saturday in Fredericksburg, VA. The Spartans are now 7-1-1 overall and 1-0-1 i in the CAC.
Junior forward Ali Jones scored with just 1:06 left in the second overtime to give the York College women's soccer squad a 1-0 road victory at Gwynedd-Mercy College on Wednesday night in non-conference action. The goal was Jones' team-leading fourth of the year and her third game-winning goal of the campaign.
The York College women's soccer team got back on the winning side of the ledger as the Spartans posted a 2-0 win over Misericordia University on a dreary Saturday afternoon in York. The Spartans improve to 4-1 overall while the Cougars fall to 2-3 for the campaign.
The York College Spartans' three-game win streak to open the season came to a prompt halt on a dreary Wednesday afternoon in Carlisle, PA as the Dickinson Red Devils handed the Spartans a 5-0 non-conference loss. The Red Devils improve to 4-0 as they have outscored their opponents 21-0 this year.
York College junior forward Ali Jones has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Player of the Week for the week ending September 6, 2009. Jones tallied three goals and two assists as the Spartans started the week 3-0.
The York College women's soccer team exploded for four second half goals en route to a 4-0 shutout win over Susquehanna University on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon at Graham Field in York. The Spartans received their goals from four different scorers in the balanced win.
The York College women's soccer team opened their 2009 Capital Athletic Conference slate with a 2-1 victory at Hood College in Frederick, MD on a brilliantly sunny Thursday afternoon. Junior Ali Jones netted both of the Spartan goals as York improves to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the league.
The York College womens soccer team kicked off their 2009 campaign and York's new outdoor complex with an offensive flurry Tuesday afternoon, besting the visiting Eastern University Eagles 4-2. The Spartans tallied three second stanza goals, including a pair of late scores, to secure their opening match of the year.
The 2009 York College womens soccer campaign is a season full of expectations and excitement. The Spartans, two years removed from their 2007 Capital Athletic Conference championship, and one year after their 2008 CAC Tournament championship game appearance, have reloaded for another run at a conference title.