The mens tennis program is quietly becoming a force on the regional tennis scene. After a 13-4 record in 2006 and an 8-5 mark the following season, the 2008 Spartans cracked the 15-win plateau going 15-5 in team play.
The York College mens tennis team landed three Spartans on the All-Capital Athletic Conference squad for the 2008 campaign. Tim Mowrer captured a first-team singles bid, while Paul Graci received a second-team nod for his play in singles. Mowrer and Joel Trimmer earned second-team honors in doubles for the pairs strong play this year.
For the first time in the history of Yorks mens tennis program, the Spartans have a player ranked in the Atlantic South regions top-25 by itatennis.com. Tim Mowrer, the green and whites top man in singles, achieved the #25 ranking after defeating Salisburys Brendan Kincaid 6-4, 6-4 back on April 2.
The York College men's tennis team saw their stellar 2008 season come to an end as the Spartans dropped an 8-1 decision to #11 Mary Washington in the semifinals of the 2008 Capital Athletic Conference championship tournament on Thursday in Fredericksburg, VA.
The York College men's tennis team posted a 9-0 victory over Wesley College in the opening round of the 2008 Capital Athletic Conference tournament. The Spartans improve to 15-4 overall and advance to face #2 seed Mary Washington on Thursday.
The York College men's tennis squad ended their regular season with a thud as the green and white fell to Dickinson College 9-0 in a non-conference contest on Saturday morning in Carlisle, PA. The Spartans end the regular season with a mark of 14-4.
The York College mens tennis team picked up yet another 9-0 win Tuesday afternoon over Wesley College. The Spartans improve on their strong 2008 mark and move to 14-3 (4-2 CAC) while Wesley drops to 2-5 (1-4 CAC).
The York College mens tennis team picked up their 13th win of the season Monday afternoon in dominating fashion with 9-0 victory over Penn State Harrisburg. The Spartans move to 13-3 on the year while PSU-Harrisburg falls to 2-3.
The York College men's tennis team suffered an 8-1 setback to #12 Salisbury University in Capital Athletic Conference action on Wednesday in York. Spartans' #1 singles player Tim Mowrer posted a straight set win over regionally ranked Brendan Kincaid for York's lone win.
The York College men's tennis team picked up their ninth win of the 2008 campaign grabbing a 7-2 non-conference victory over Messiah College Wednesday evening in York. The Spartans improve to 9-2 on the season while Messiah drops to 0-1.
The York College men's tennis team extended their win streak to eight with an 8-1 victory over Catholic University in a non-conference match in Washington, DC on Tuesday afternoon. The Spartans improve to 8-1 overall with the victory.
The York College men's tennis team notched a 9-0 win over Villa Julie College in the CAC opener for both squads. The Spartans extend their win streak to seven as they have dropped just two individual matches in that seven match streak.
The York College men's tennis team remained hot as the Spartans downed Gettysburg College 7-2 in a non-conference match in York on Tuesday. The Spartans have won six straight as they improve to 6-1 on the campaign.
The York College men's tennis team captured their fourth victory in as many tries Thursday afternoon with a 9-0 win over St. John Fisher in Hilton Head, SC. The Spartans have now won 36 consecutive matches over the four contests.
The York College men's tennis team picked up their third consecutive win Wednesday evening with a 9-0 victory over Capital University in Hilton Head, SC. The Spartans move to 3-1 on the season while Capital falls to 0-2. York has now won 27 individual matches in a row, winning their previous two contests each by 9-0 tallies.
The York College mens tennis team backed-up yesterdays 9-0 over Notre Dame College win with yet another 9-0 sweep today against Adrian College in Hilton Head, SC. The Spartans pick up their second victory of the season and move to 2-1 while Adrian remains winless and falls to 0-4 in 2008.
The York College mens tennis team swept the second match of their annual trip to Hilton Head, SC Monday morning dropping Notre Dame College 9-0. The Spartans improve to 1-1 on the season while Notre Dame slips to 0-3.
Loaded with experience and brimming with talent, the York College mens tennis team is primed to make a big splash in 2008. After finishing last year with an overall team record of 10-7, the Spartans look to post a strong season competing in the tough Capital Athletic Conference.
The York College men's tennis team opened their 2008 campaign with a 6-3 loss to Division II Mercyhurst on Sunday afternoon in Hilton Head, SC. The loss opens the Spartans spring trip stay in Hilton Head.