NEWPORT NEWS, VA – The York College golf squad finished third at the 2015 Capital Athletic Conference championships hosted by Christopher Newport University on Sunday. The Spartans played well on Sunday as they shot a team score of 302. The Green and White finished with a two-day total of 622.
Christopher Newport dominated the tournament as they shot a two-day total of 575 as they won the tournament going away. Penn State Harrisburg finished second but they were 31 strokes back of the Captains. York finished 16 strokes back of the Lions in third.
Marymount placed fourth at 659 while Wesley was fifth at 671. William Paterson (681) and New Jersey City (986) rounded out the seven team tournament field.
Junior Ryan Wolbach (Gilbertsville, Pa./Boyertown) led the Spartans after he fired a brilliant final round one-under-par 69. Wolbach shot a one-under 34 on the front nine as he birdied the fifth and seventh holes before suffering a bogey on the ninth hole. Wolbach secured three more birdies on the back nine but also had three bogeys for an even par 35 on the back. Wolbach earned first team All-Capital Athletic Conference honors as he finished tied for third in the tournament. Wolbach's 69 tied him for low score on Sunday's round.
Senior David Boslough (Dalton, Pa./Lackawanna Trail) closed out his stellar Spartan career with a 12th place finish in the tournament. He fired a six-over-par 76, besting his Saturday score by five strokes. Boslough, who earned second team All-CAC honors with his finish, shot a three-over-par 38 on the front side and matched that with a 38 on the back side.
Sophomore Alex Colton (Bangor, Pa./Bangor) and junior Austin Parker (Cape May, N.J./Lower Cape May Regional) were the next two Spartans scorers for York as they both fired two-day scores of 162 to tie for 15th place in the field. Colton shot an 80 on Sunday after recording an 82 on Saturday. Parker shot 77 on Sunday, bettering his Saturday round by eight strokes.
Tyler Keim (Limerick, Pa./Spring-Ford) was the Spartans' fifth player in the tournament and he turned in a two-day total of 164 as he shot an 83 on Sunday.
Boslough closes out his Spartan career with a 78.2 stroke average in his 53 career rounds. He recorded 10 top five finishes, 17 top ten finishes and 29 top 20 finishes in his Spartan career. Boslough finished his senior year with a 77.2 stroke average in 13 rounds during the year.
Boslough finished as a three-time All-CAC performer while Wolbach earned league honors for the first time after narrowly missing earning the all-league accolades last year by one place.
The tournament concludes the Spartans' 2014-15 season. York will get back on the course in mid-September.