Men's Soccer Selected to Host NCAA SectionalFor the third time in school history, the York College men's soccer squad will be hosting the sectional round of the NCAA Touranment as announced on Monday morning. The Spartans will host Messiah College, the University of Scranton, and Stevens Institute in a four-team pod starting on Saturday.
Spartan Men Perfect in PK's as York Advances to Sweet 16The York College men’s soccer team couldn’t find the back of the net in the regulation or overtime in their NCAA Tournament second round match against Rutgers-Camden on Sunday in York. In the penalty shootout, the Spartans couldn’t miss.
Pearson's Goal and a Schmidt Stop Lifts Men's Soccer to Second RoundThe York College men’s soccer team advances to the second round the NCAA Tournament courtesy of a second half goal by senior captain Cody Pearson (Crofton, Md./DeMatha Catholic) as the Spartans edged St. Joseph’s of Long Island 1-0 in the opening round of the tournament at Graham Field in York. With the win, York improves to 18-2-2 while the Golden Eagles finish out their season with a final record of 13-10.
NCAA Men's Soccer York Regional PreviewThe York College men’s soccer team hosts a loaded regional starting on Saturday, November 10 at Graham Field in York. The Spartans are hosting NCAA play for the fifth time in the last seven years. York welcomes St. Joseph's (L.I.), Rutgers-Camden and Medaille to York for the tour-team regional.
Martinez Nabs Rookie of the Year; Seven Spartans Earn All-CAC HonorsThe four-time Capital Athletic Conference champion York College men’s soccer team had a league-high seven All-CAC honorees as announced by the conference office on Thursday afternoon. The Spartans also had freshman Matty Martinez earned the conference Rookie-of-the-Year award.
Watch the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament PairingsThe NCAA will release the Division III Men's Soccer Tournament field on Monday, November 5 at 1:00 pm. Find out who the Spartans will be playing and where the games will be at during the on-line announcement.
FANTASTIC FOURTH! MEN'S SOCCER CAPTURES FOURTH STRAIGHT CAC TITLEThe York College men's soccer team completed a four-peat as they downed the University of Mary Washington 5-0 in the 2012 Capital Athletic Conference championship match on a chilly Saturday afternoon in York. The Spartans earn the automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament, their eight straight tournament appearance.
Saberton's Golden Goal Lifts York to Wild 4-3 2OT CAC Semifinal WinYork College freshman Brendan Saberton found the back of the net 3:33 into the second overtime to lift the Spartans to a wild 4-3 double overtime Capital Athletic Conference Tournament semifinal win over the Frostburg State University Bobcats on a cold Thursday night in Frostburg, MD.
Beale Named the CAC Defensive Player of the WeekYork College junior defender Aaron Beale was named the Capital Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week as announced by the conference office on Monday. It is the second time this year that Beale has been recognized for his outstanding play.
Men's Soccer Sends Seniors Out with 3-0 WinThe York College men’s soccer team closed out their 2012 regular season with a 3-0 win over Manhattanville College on a beautiful late-October Wednesday afternoon in York. The Spartans improve to 11-5-2 overall while the Valiants fall to 7-6-4.
Beale Named the CAC Defensive Co-Player of the WeekJunior defender Aaron Beale has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Defensive Co-Player of the Week as announced by the conference office on Monday afternoon. Beale led the Spartans to a pair of shutout wins for the week as the 14th ranked Spartans improved to 12-2-1 overall and 4-0 in the CAC.
Men's Soccer Remains Hot with 4-0 Win at SMCThe 14th ranked York College men’s soccer team remained red hot with their fifth straight win as they downed St. Mary’s College 4-0 in Capital Athletic Conference play on Saturday afternoon in St. Mary’s City, MD.
Weaver's Winner Lifts Spartans to Dramatic Double Overtime VictoryAnother installment of the most intense men's soccer rivalry in the Capital Athletic Conference, the York College men's soccer team got a goal from Chris Weaver in the game's 107th minute to earn a hard-fought 2-1 win over Salisbury University on Saturday in York.
Jesse Derksen Named CAC Defensive Player of the WeekYork College senior goal keeper Jesse Derksen was named the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week for the week ending September 23, as announced by the conference office on Monday.
Brummitt Powers Spartans to Fourth Straight WinThe York College men’s soccer team notched their fourth straight win and second straight shutout as the Spartans downed the Neumann University Knights 3-0 in a non-conference contest on Saturday in Aston, Pa.
Men's Soccer Clips Blue Jays in Non-Conference DuelThe York College men’s soccer team stayed hot as the Spartans won their third straight courtesy of a 1-0 victory over long-time regional foe Johns Hopkins University on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon in York.
Spartans Capture 2-1 Win at LycomingThe York College men’s soccer team used two first half goals to capture a 2-1 win against Lycoming in a non-conference matchup Monday afternoon.
Bua Named the CAC Offensive Player the WeekYork College senior forward Antonio Bua was named the Capital Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week as announced by the conference for the week ending September 16.
Spartans Cruise to Win in CAC OpenerThe York College men’s soccer team opened their 2012 Capital Athletic Conference slate with 4-1 victory at Wesley College on Saturday afternoon in Dover, Del.
Crusaders Better Spartans in Holiday Inn Conference Center ChampionshipSusquehanna’s John Arnold headed home a goal in the 78th minute to lift the Susquehanna Crusaders over the second-ranked York College Spartans in the championship game of the Holiday Inn Conference Center Classic on Sunday in York. The Crusaders improve to a perfect 5-0 while the Spartans fall to 3-1.
Spartans Rocket to #2 in the NSCAA PollThe York College men’s soccer team parlayed an outstanding weekend stay in Newport News, VA into a number two ranking in the most recent National Soccer Coaches Association of America as the year’s first regular season poll was announced on Tuesday.