For the third consecutive year, the York College Spartans captured the Capital Athletic Conference Men’s Commissioner’s Award as announced by the conference office recently. The Spartans, after winning the award outright in the last two years, shared the title with Salisbury this season as both teams accumulated 86 points for the year.
York College Assistant Dean for Athletics and Recreation Paul Saikia is proud to announce that Matt Hunter has been named the Spartans’ new Head Men’s Basketball and Golf coach. Hunter replaces long-time head coach Jeff Gamber who is retiring after 35 years at the helm of both Spartan programs.
York College senior men’s basketball player Paul Kouvaris participated at the Reese’s NABC Senior All-Star game this past Saturday in Salem, VA. The contest was a part of the Division III Men’s Basketball Championship weekend in the Salem Civic Center.
York College senior forward Paul Kouvaris (Baltimore, Md./Cardinal Gibbons) picked up a pair of post-season accolades as announced Monday. Kouvaris earned NABC (National Association of Basketball Coaches) first-team All-Middle Atlantic honors as voted on by the association. He also earned d3hoops.com first-team All-Middle Atlantic accolades as designated by the leading website dedicated to coverage of Division III basketball. The awards continue to pour in for Kouvaris who was named the Capital Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year two weeks ago.
York College senior men’s basketball player Paul Kouvaris has been selected to play in the 2012 Reese’s Division III College All-Star Game on Saturday, March 17 at the Salem Civic Center in Salem, VA. The game will be played as part of the 2012 NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship weekend.
York College senior forward Paul Kouvaris (Baltimore, Md./Cardinal Gibbons) has been selected to represent the Mid-Atlantic region in the fan vote for the Reese’s Division III All-Star game at the Final Four in Salem, Virginia on March 17.
The fantastic late-season run by the York College men’s basketball team came to a halt on Friday night in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament as the ninth ranked Franklin & Marshall Diplomats earned a 72-50 win in Lancaster, PA. The loss not only ended the Spartans’ season but also closed out the storied career of Spartan head coach Jeff Gamber who announced at the beginning of this season that he would retire at the end of the campaign.
York College men's basketball coach Jeff Gamber and the Spartans were recently profiled by Brian Falzarano on d3hoops.com approaching Friday night's NCAA Division III Tournament game at Franklin & Marshall College.
York College senior forward Paul Kouvaris was named the 2012 Capital Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year as announced by the conference office on Tuesday afternoon. Kouvaris earned first-team accolades while teammate, junior guard Julian Watson, earned second-team honors. In addition to Kouvaris earning the Player-of-the-Year award, retiring Spartan head coach Jeff Gamber was named the Coach-of-the-Year.
The Capital Athletic Conference champion York College Spartans will travel to Centennial Conference champion Franklin & Marshall College to face the host Diplomats in the opening round of the 2012 NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament as announced by the NCAA on Monday afternoon.
The York College men's basketball team gave retiring head coach Jeff Gamber a fantastic going away present, the 2012 Capital Athletic Conference championship. The Spartans downed the University of Mary Washington 59-51 in the tournament title game on Saturday in Fredericksburg, VA.
Junior guard Julian Watson hit a go-ahead jumper with 31 seconds left in regulation, giving the York College men’s basketball team a lead they wouldn’t relinquish as the Spartans defeated top seed St. Mary’s College 61-58 in the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals on Thursday night in St. Mary’s City.
York College junior point guard Julian Watson hit a three pointer with 16 seconds left to lift the Spartans to an improbable and dramatic 65-61 victory over Frostburg State University in the opening round of the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament on Tuesday night in York.
The York College men’s basketball team closed out their regular season slate with a very clutch 65-61 road victory at Salisbury University on Saturday afternoon in Capital Athletic Conference action. The win, along with a Frostburg State University loss, allowed the Spartans to catpure the fourth seed in next week's CAC Tournament. The Spartans improve to 15-10 overall and 10-6 in the CAC.
The York College men’s basketball team rode a 26-5 start to defeat the first-place Mary Washington Eagles 76-68 in Capital Athletic Conference play on Saturday afternoon in York. The Spartans snap a two-game skid as they improve to 14-9 overall and 9-5 overall while the Eagles fall to 16-7 overall and 11-3 in the CAC. York remains tied for third place in the league as they are locked in a tie with Frostburg State.
Clutch free throw shooting lifted the Stevenson University Mustangs to a stunning 75-70 victory over the York College Spartans in Capital Athletic Conference men’s basketball action on Wednesday in Owings Mills, MD. With the loss, the Spartans fall to 13-9 overall and 8-5 in the conference. The Mustangs, who are in their last season in the CAC, end their 2011-12 home schedule with a mark of 6-17 overall and 3-11 in the CAC. The Spartans are now in a three-way tie for third place as York, Frostburg State and Wesley are all 8-5 in the league.
St. Mary’s College guard Chris Hutchinson hit a jumper with 1.4 seconds left to lift the Seahawks to a tightly contested 54-52 Capital Athletic Conference win on Wednesday night in a battle for second place in the conference in St. Mary’s City, MD. The Seahawks improve to 15-6 overall and 9-3 in the CAC while the Spartans have their six-game win streak snapped as they fall to 13-8 overall and 8-4 in the league.
Spartan senior basketball player Paul Kouvaris has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the week ending January 29. It is the third time this season that Kouvaris has been honored by the league for his outstanding play.
The York College men’s basketball team used another all-around solid game to post a 72-63 Capital Athletic Conference win over Hood College on Saturday afternoon at Wolf Gymnasium. The victory is the sixth straight for the Spartans as they improve to 13-7 overall and 8-3 in the CAC. The Blazers fall to 12-8 overall and 4-7 in the league.
The York College men’s basketball team led by head coach Jeff Gamber will be participating in the 2012 Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers Awareness Weekend in the Spartans’ game against Hood on Saturday afternoon.
The York College men’s basketball team used a total team effort Wednesday evening to best visiting Frostburg St. 81-73 in a tough Capital Athletic Conference tilt. The Spartans (12-7, 7-3 CAC) avenge their loss to the Bobcats (9-10, 6-4 CAC) earlier this season and pick up their fifth straight win, each of which have come against CAC competition. York now stands in sole possession of third-place in the conference standings.
The York College men’s basketball team overcame an eight point second half deficit to record a 67-58 Capital Athletic Conference victory over Marymount University in Arlington, VA on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans, winners of four straight, improve to 11-7 overall and 6-3 in the CAC. The Saints fall to 4-13 overall and 1-8 in the league.
The York College Athletic Department, in conjunction with the York College Alumni Office, is proud to announce the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2012. This year’s class is comprised of men’s basketball player Dave Martins, women’s cross country runner Beth Ann Hooper and men’s soccer forward Matt Shealer. The class is the 22nd in the hall’s history and the three honorees bring the total number of former Spartan standouts enshrined to 79.
The York College men’s basketball team earned a hard-fought 59-46 Capital Athletic Conference win over Stevenson University on Wednesday night in York. The Spartans, winners of three straight, improve to 10-7 overall and conclude the first half of the conference schedule at 5-3. The Mustangs fall to 4-12 overall and 1-6 in the loop.
Junior guard Julian Watson paced four Spartans in double figures as the York College men’s basketball team notched a 71-63 victory over Salisbury University in Capital Athletic Conference action on Saturday afternoon in York. The Spartans improve to 9-7 overall and 4-3 in the CAC while the Sea Gulls drop to 2-4 in the league and 9-6 overall.
In one of the most improbable wins in the 35-year tenure of York College men’s basketball coach Jeff Gamber, the Spartans pulled off an incredible 63-61 Capital Athletic Conference victory at Hood College on Wednesday night in Frederick, MD.