The York College field hockey team received great news this week as ZAG Field Hockey and the National Field Hockey Coaches Association listed the Spartan squad has having the third highest team grade point average among NCAA Division III programs. The green and white sport a strong 3.46 team GPA, which ties them for the third spot with Eastern University.
The York College field hockey team placed three student-athletes on the 2007 edition of the All-Capital Athletic Conference squad. April McFarland, Casey Knauss, and Claire Rekitzke each earned second team honors for their efforts during the season.
The York College field hockey team concluded a tough regular season slate with a 4-1 loss at Frostburg State University on Thursday afternoon in Frostburg, MD. The Spartans conclude the regular season with a mark of 6-14.
On a chilly October afternoon, the York College field hockey team could not cool off #4 Lebanon Valley as the now 13-0 Flying Dutchmen routed the Spartans by an 8-0 margin. With the loss, the green and white fall to 5-12 while LVC remains perfect on the season with 13 wins in 13 games.
The eighth ranked Messiah College Falcons came to Kinsley Field and spoiled the York College Spartan field hockey senior day as the Falcons posted a 6-2 victory on a sun-splashed Saturday afternoon in York/
The York College field hockey team fell to the visting Gwynedd-Mercy College 2-1 in non-conference action Wednesday evening. With the loss, the Spartans are now 4-10 (2-4 CAC), while Gwynedd-Mercy improves to 8-5.
The York College field hockey team snapped their four game losing streak with a 5-0 defeat of Villa Julie in Capital Athletic Conference action on Wednesday. The Spartans now stand at 4-8 (2-3 CAC) for the season while Villa Julie drops to 1-7 (0-2 CAC).
The York College field hockey squad dropped a 6-1 decision to #5 Salisbury University in Capital Athletic Conference action on Saturday in York. The Sea Gulls improve to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in the league while York falls to 3-7 and 1-2 in the conference.
The York College field hockey team dropped their second straight as the Juniata College Eagles posted a 3-0 victory over the Spartans on Thursday in York. Juniata freshman Paula Price recorded the hat trick in the win, scoring all three goals in the first half.
The Susquehanna University Crusaders got three goals in the first and three goals in the second to blank the York College Spartans 6-0 in a non-conference contest in Selinsgrove, PA on Tuesday afternoon.
The York College field hockey team tied the game with eight seconds left in regulation and then won the game in double overtime as the green and white posted a 2-1 win at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA.
The York College field hockey squad snapped their four-match losing streak with a 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference victory on Wednesday afternoon in Frederick, Md. The Spartans improve to 2-4 overall and 1-1 in the conference.
The University of Mary Washington Eagles spoiled the York College field hockey squads 2007 home debut as the Eagles tallied three second-half goals to down the Spartans 3-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference opener for both squads. The Eagles improve to 1-2 overall and 1-0 in the league with the win while the green and white falls to 1-3 overall and 0-1 in the conference. The Spartans have now lost three straight after a season-opening win at Albright.
The Gettysburg College Bullets field hockey team tallied six second half goals to down York College 7-1 in non-conference action in Gettysburg. The six goals turned a 1-1 game at the half into a blowout for the Bullets. York has now lost two straight as they are 1-2 while Gettysburg improves to 2-0.
The York College field hockey squad dropped a tough 2-1 decision at McDaniel College on Tuesday afternoon in non-conference action. The Green Terror, playing in their season opener, improve to 1-0 while the Spartans, who are on a streak of five games in eight days, fall to 1-1.
York College senior forward Jami Hassler was named the CAC Field Hockey Player of the Week as announced by the conference office on Tuesday. Hassler led the Spartans to a season-opening 3-2 win at Albright on Sunday.
The York College field hockey team started off their 2007 campaign on the right foot on Sunday, defeating host Albright 3-2. Senior Jami Hassler (Derwood, Md. / Magruder) was instrumental in the Spartan attack registering a goal and two assists in the victory.
The 2007 edition of the York College field hockey team heads into the season with high expectations after a 12-9 2006 campaign. Spartan head coach Megan Eckenrode begins her second season on the sidelines with a strong core of returning players and an exciting group of incoming student-athletes.