The York College Spartans had a stellar year in the classroom. York boasted a school-record five national Capital One Academic All-America honorees and had 170 student-athletes earn Capital Athletic Conference All-Academic accolades.
York College junior goalkeeper Melanie Glessner has been selected as an NSCAA All-South Atlantic Region pick according to the organization earlier this week. Glessner earned third-team honors and was one of four Capital Athletic Conference players to earn the honors.
For the second straight year, York College junior goalkeeper Melanie Glessner has earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors as announced by CoSIDA on Friday. Glessner was a third team selection for her outstanding performance in the classroom and on the field.
Johns Hopkins All-American forward Hannah Krotnick found the back of the net in the 106th minute to lift the Blue Jays past the upset-minded York College Spartans in a thrilling second round women's soccer NCAA Tournament contest on Sunday afternoon in Baltimore.
After a five-year absence, the York College women’s soccer team returns to the NCAA tournament. The Spartans will travel to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland to open the tournament with a match against Carnegie Mellon University on Saturday, November 16 as announced by the NCAA on Monday afternoon.
The second-seeded York College women’s soccer team scored late and then converted the only successful penalty kick to earn the 2013 Capital Athletic Conference championship on Saturday at top ranked Christopher Newport.
For the second straight year, York College women’s soccer junior goalkeeper Melanie Glessner (Waldorf, Md./Thomas Stone) has been named to the Capital One Academic All District Four team as announced by CoSIDA on Thursday afternoon.
The York College women’s soccer team clinched the second seed in the upcoming Capital Athletic Conference Tournament after their 4-0 win over Penn State Harrisburg on Wednesday night in Middletown, PA.
The York College women’s soccer team celebrated their 2013 senior day in winning fashion as the Spartans downed the Southern Virginia Knights 1-0 in non-conference action on a cold and breezy Saturday afternoon in York.
In a battle for first place in the Capital Athletic Conference, the Christopher Newport University Captains got a goal late in the first half to hold off the York College Spartans 1-0 on Saturday in Newport News, VA.
he York College women’s soccer team put together its most complete performance of the year as the Spartans downed previously unbeaten McDaniel 4-2 in non-conference play on a steamy Wednesday in Westminster, MD.