Acker Listed Among CAC's Best in 2010York College sophomore womens tennis player Katelyn Acker was selected to the 2010 All-Capital Athletic Conference squad after posting a terrific campaign. The Spartans top singles player was named to the all-league second-team after registered a team-best 11-6 mark this season as she played each of her 17 matches in the #1 spot.
Spartans Fall at LVC in Regular-Season FinaleThe York College womens tennis team fell Wednesday afternoon 7-2 to a talented Lebanon Valley squad in Annville, Pa. The loss drops the Spartans 2010 record to 7-9 while the Flying Dutchmen improve to a stellar 15-1.
Spartans Edge Seahawks for Key Conference WinThe York College womens tennis team posted a big 5-4 Capital Athletic Conference victory over St. Marys College on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in York. The Spartans improve 7-8 overall and 4-2 in the CAC while the Seahawks fall to 9-9 overall and 1-5 in the league.
Talented Washington Squad Bests SpartansThe York College womens tennis squad fell to Washington College Saturday afternoon 8-1 in Chestertown, Md. The loss brings the Spartans 2010 record to 6-8 while the Washington improves to 9-3.
Spartans Cruise by Stevenson in CAC TiltThe York College womens tennis squad picked up their sixth win of the 2010 season with an 8-1 victory over visiting Stevenson in a Capital Athletic Conference match on Tuesday afternoon. The Spartans improve to 6-7 (3-2 CAC) while the Mustangs drop to 2-4 (0-3 CAC).
Gettysburg Blanks Spartans in YorkThe York College womens tennis squad suffered a 9-0 loss to visiting Gettysburg Wednesday afternoon in York. With the defeat, the Spartans fall to 5-7 on the 2010 campaign while the Bullets up their season mark to 6-3.
Spartans Edge Catholic in Washington, D.C.The York College womens tennis team snagged a 5-4 non-conference victory Sunday at Catholic. The Spartans edge ever closer to the .500 mark as they now stand at 5-6 for the season while the Cardinals fall to 5-7.
McFaulds Secures CAC Win for SpartansThe York College womens tennis team edged Hood College in a highly competitive Capital Athletic Conference match on Thursday afternoon in Frederick, Md. The Spartans improve to 4-5 overall and 2-2 in the CAC while the Blazers fall to 0-7 overall and 0-1 in the CAC.
Spartans Tally 9-0 Victory at PSU HarrisburgThe York College womens tennis team picked up a convincing 9-0 victory at Penn St. Harrisburg Friday afternoon. With the non-conference triumph, the Spartans improve their 2010 season mark to 3-7 while PSU Harrisburg drops to 3-6.
Spartans Blanked in KutztownThe York College womens tennis squad dropped a 9-0 result to Division II Kutztown University Thursday afternoon in Kutztown. The Spartan loss pulls the Green and Whites record down to 2-6 for the season while the Golden Bears currently stand at 3-4.
Green and White Nab CAC Win at WesleyThe York College womens tennis team collected a 9-0 sweep over Capital Athletic Conference foe Wesley in Dover, Del. Tuesday afternoon. The victory gives York a 2-5 record (1-2 CAC) on the season while the Wolverines open the year at 0-1.
Spartans Fall to Bearcats in Hilton HeadThe York College womens tennis squad ended their trip to Hilton Head, S.C. with a disappointing 5-4 loss at the hands of St. Vincent College. The Spartans finished their Hilton Head visit with a 1-2 record.
Spartans Split in Hilton HeadThe York College womens tennis team posted a 1-1 record on Wednesday as the Spartans topped St. John Fisher 5-4 before falling to Augustana 8-1 in Hilton Head, S.C. With the split, the Green and White move to 1-2 on the young campaign.
2010 York College Women's Tennis PreviewThe York College women's tennis squad comes into the 2010 season as an exceptionally young team looking to build and gain experience. Third-year head coach Ryan Weber will look for continued improvement from the Green and White this year.
Spartans Fall to Nationally Ranked EaglesThe York College womens tennis squad opened their spring season with a 9-0 loss to Capital Athletic Conference powerhouse Mary Washington on Saturday afternoon in Fredericksburg, VA. The nationally ranked Eagles improve to 2-1 for the year while the Spartans are now 0-2.