The York College women’s track & field squad received fantastic news on Sunday as freshman Jasmine Smith officially qualified for long jump at the 2012 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships in Claremont, Calif. Smith becomes the first Spartan women’s track & field student-athlete to qualify for the NCAA National Championships.
Members of the York College men's and women's track & field squad competed at the Swarthmore Last Chance meet Monday at Swarthmore College, looking to hit marks for a possible bid into next week's NCAA National Outdoor Championships in Claremont, Calif.
The York College women's track & field team captured third place overall at the 2012 Capital Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships hosted by Frostburg St. University. The two-day meet concluded Sunday with the Spartans in third with 121 points, just three shy of runner-up Mary Washington, while Salisbury snagged the top spot with 255 points.
The York College women’s track & field squad finished the first day of competition at the 2012 Capital Athletic Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships – hosted by Frostburg St. – with a individual victory, a second-place nod, and runners qualify for finals in a pair of sprints. Overall, the Spartans sit third out of the six participating institutions, as the Green and White has amassed 27 points.
The York College women’s track & field squad competed in their final meet before next week’s Capital Athletic Conference Championships as they traveled to Shippensburg University for Saturday’s Paul Kaiser Classic.
York College women's track & field sophomore standout Laura Rowlands was named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Track & Field Field Athlete of the Week as announced by the conference office earlier this week. This marks the third time in the 2011-2012 academic year that Rowlands has been recognized with the weekly honor.
The York College women’s track & field squad competed at the Greyhound Invitational on Saturday at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa. Jasmine Smith broke the 100-meter dash record, tied her own school-best in the long jump, and the Spartans 4x100 relay broke the mark that was just established last week.
The York College women’s track & field squad saw the program’s 4x100 record fall Saturday at the Johns Hopkins / Loyola Invitational in Baltimore, Md. In total, the Spartans finished seventh on the day, out of the 11 teams, capturing 31 points.
Saturday saw the York College women’s track & field squad participate in split-squad action. A contingent of Spartans competed at the 2012 Duke Invitational, a primarily Division I meet, while the Green and White also competed at the Goucher Classic at Goucher College.
A number of York College women’s track & field student-athletes competed at the 2012 Duke Invitational Friday afternoon in Durham, N.C. Mainly a Division I meet, the Spartans competed against individuals from Campbell, Coastal Carolina, and Toledo among other DI institutions.
The York College women’s track & field squad hosted a meet featuring Gettysburg, Messiah, and Washington Adventist Tuesday afternoon in York. Of the three scored teams, the Spartans took second with 75 points.
The York College women’s track & field squad competed at the 2012 Maryland Invitational Saturday at the University of Maryland – College Park. The Spartans, one of only two Division III teams at the meet, finished tied for ninth of ten schools with six points.
The York College women’s track & field team competed at the Golden Ram Collegiate Invitational Saturday at West Chester University in West Chester, Pa. Their first official meet of the 2012 outdoor campaign proved a strong one for the Spartan squad.
The York College track & field squad hosted the Green & White Intersquad Alumni Challenge on Saturday prior to officially kicking off their 2012 outdoor campaign next weekend. Featuring current and former York College men’s and women’s track & field athletes, the meet provided a solid yet relaxed tune-up for the Spartans. On the day, the women’s “green” team picked up the victory with 96 points while the men’s “white” team proved triumphant with 68 points.
The York College women’s indoor track & field team had an outstanding day at the inaugural Capital Athletic Conference championship meet at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA on Sunday. The Spartans finished second at the seven-team event.
The York College women’s track & field squad competed at the Susquehanna Indoor Invitational on Sunday. In a meet which head coach Erick Camodeca said was used as a fine-tuning session for several student-athletes, the Spartans utilized the meet as their final competitive preparation for next Sunday’s first-ever Capital Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships.
York College freshman Jasmine Smith has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Field Athlete of the Week for CAC Women’s Track & Field. This marks Smith’s first league honor and the third CAC weekly award for the Spartans during the 2011-2012 campaign (Laura Rowlands, Dec. 14 and Jan. 24).
The York College women’s track & field squad posted yet another terrific meet this season as they competed at the Susquehanna Crusader Indoor on Friday evening. The Spartans notched two individual triumphs and brought down three more school records.
The York College women’s track & field squad competed at the at the Patriot Games hosted by George Mason University on Saturday. The indoor meet saw the Spartans break two school records as they got to take a look at the host site for the inaugural Capital Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships on February 19.
Following her performance at the Indoor Terrapin Invitational on Saturday, York College sophomore track & field standout Laura Rowlands has been selected as the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Field Athlete of the Week.
The York College women’s track & field team broke a school record and began to rev back up for the inaugural Capital Athletic Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships as the Spartans competed at the Indoor Terrapin Invitational on Saturday hosted by the University of Maryland – College Park. The Spartans finished tied for 18th on the day with three points.