Women's Soccer Honored by the NSCAAThe York College women’s soccer team has been honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for academic success during the 2009-10 season as announced recently by the organization.
Mergler, Sipes, and Wivell Named All-CACThe York College women’s soccer team had three players selected to the 2010 All-Capital Athletic Conference squads as announced by the conference on Friday afternoon. Senior Stephanie Mergler, senior Ally Wivell, and sophomore Kat Sipes each earned second-team accolades. All three players served as captains to the Spartan squad this year.
Women's Soccer Send Off Seniors with 3-0 WinThe York College women’s soccer team sent their nine seniors off in style as the Green and White posted a 3-0 non-conference win over Moravian College in the 2010 regular season finale on Wednesday. The Spartans have now won two straight for just the second time this year as they improve to 7-10-1. The Greyhounds fall to 4-12-2 with the loss.
Three Spartans Score In Win over Scarlet RaptorsThe York College womens soccer team tallied their first non-conference win of the year with a dominating 3-1 victory over Rutgers-Camden on a breezy Thursday in York. The Green and White improves to 6-10-1 on the year, while the Scarlet Raptors fall to 2-12-2.
Spartans Drop 2-0 Decision at GettysburgThe York College womens soccer team dropped a 2-0 non-conference decision at Gettysburg College on a cool and wet Thursday night in Gettysburg. The Spartans fall to 5-9-1 overall while the Bullets improve to 8-5 for 2010.
Spartans Dominate in Crucial CAC TriumphThe York College womens soccer team picked up a huge Capital Athletic Conference win Tuesday, 3-1 over Marymount (Va.) University at Graham Field. The Spartans improve to 5-8-1 overall and 5-2 in conference action.
Bad 58 Seconds Cost Spartans in CAC LossThe St. Marys College Seahawks scored two goals in 58 seconds to best the York College Spartans womens soccer team 2-0 in a key Capital Athletic Conference clash on Saturday in St. Marys City, MD. The Spartans see their four-match CAC win streak come to an end as they fall to 4-8-1 overall and 4-2 in the league. The Seahawks improve to 4-5-1 overall and 4-1 in the league.
Spartan Women Fall at Franklin & MarshallThe York College womens soccer team remains in search of their first non-conference victory of the year as the Spartans fell to Franklin & Marshall, 1-0, on Wednesday in Lancaster, PA. The Spartans, who are 4-1 in the Capital Athletic Conference, fall to 4-7-1 overall while the Diplomats improve to 6-3 for 2010.
Sipes' Goal Lifts Spartans Over BobcatsThe York College womens soccer squad made their first meeting with Frostburg State a memorable one as sophomore captain Kat Sipes notched the game-winning goal in the 76th minute, lifting the Spartans to a 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference win at FSU on Saturday.
#1 Falcons Fly Past SpartansThe York College womens soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to top-ranked Messiah College in non-conference action at Graham Field on an overcast Tuesday. The Falcons, who have outscored their opponents 42-1 this season, improve to 9-0 while the Spartans fall to 3-6-1 for the campaign.
Sipes Hat Trick Powers SpartansYork College sophomore captain Kat Sipes recorded her first career hat trick as the Spartans shutout Wesley College 3-0 in Capital Athletic Conference action from Dover, Delaware on Saturday night. The Spartans improve to 3-5-1 overall and 3-1 in the CAC while the Wolverines fall to 1-6-1 overall and 0-3 in the conference.
Spartan Women Hit Their Mark with Decisive CAC WinThe York College womens soccer team hit on all cylinders Thursday afternoon as they tallied four goals and pitched a shutout in their 4-0 victory over conference rival Hood. The Spartans improve to 2-5-1 overall and 2-1 in the Capital Athletic Conference, while the visiting Blazers fall to 3-6 and 0-3 in the league.
Spartans Offense Struggles in Loss to Alverniahe York College womens soccer squad continued their early season struggles with a 3-0 setback at Alvernia University in a non-conference contest on Monday. The Spartans fall to 1-5-1 overall while the Crusaders improve to 5-2-1.
Offensive Barrage Leads York to CAC TriumphThe York College womens soccer squad exploded with four goals Saturday afternoon, picking up their first win of the season with a 4-2 triumph over Capital Athletic Conference rival Salisbury. The Spartans improve to 1-4-1 (1-1 CAC) with the win while the visiting Sea Gulls drop to 2-6 (1-1 CAC).
Dickinson Drops Spartans 1-0The York College womens soccer team suffered their fourth defeat of the season on Wednesday, falling 1-0 at the hands of visiting Dickinson College. The Red Devils improve to 2-1-1, while the Spartans drop to 0-4-1 on the year.
Spartans Dominate Play but Fall to Stevenson in OvertimeThe York College womens soccer team suffered a hard-to-swallow 1-0 overtime loss to Stevenson University in the Capital Athletic Conference opener for both squads. The Mustangs improve to 3-2 overall and 1-0 in the CAC while the Spartans fall to 0-3-1 overall and 0-1 in the league.
Spartans and Blue Jays Battle to Scoreless Tiehe York College womens soccer squad battled the Elizabethtown College Blue Jays to a scoreless draw in non-conference action on Wednesday evening in Elizabethtown, PA. The Spartans are now 0-2-1, while the Blue Jays stand at 2-0-1 for the 2010 campaign.
Bad Spurt Costs Spartans in Loss at MisericordiaThe York College womens soccer team dropped their second straight to open the 2010 season as the Misericordia Cougars upended the Spartans 3-2 in a non-conference contest in Dallas, PA on Saturday.
Spartans Drop Season Opener at EasternThe York College womens soccer squad dropped their 2010 opener, falling at Eastern University 4-1 on Wednesday afternoon in St. Davids, Pa. The Eagles, who fell to the Spartans 4-2 in last years opener, improve to 1-0 overall while York now stands at 0-1.
2010 York College Women's Soccer Season PreviewThe York College womens soccer team enters the 2010 campaign with the expectation of success. That shouldnt surprise anyone associated with the program as the Spartans have won at least 10 matches in each of the last 11 seasons.