The York College softball team lost game one of a home twin bill with Washington College by a score of 7-2 before completing a six-run fifth-inning comeback in game two to earn a 6-6 tie prior to the game being called due to darkness.
The York College softball team’s run in the 2014 Capital Athletic Conference Softball Tournament came to a close on Friday afternoon in Newport News, Va. after giving up a two-run walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh to hand over a 7-6 victory to Frostburg State University.
The York College softball squad split their two games in the opening round of the 2014 Capital Athletic Conference Softball Championship Tournament at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA.
The York College softball team pulled off a sweep of Capital Athletic Conference newcomer PSU-Harrisburg in a pair of contests by scores of 6-3 and 5-4 on Wednesday afternoon at Spartan Stadium on Breast Cancer Awareness Day.
The York College softball team snapped a 12-game skid and picked up its first conference wins of the season on Sunday afternoon by scores of 13-1 and 5-3 over Capital Athletic Conference foe Wesley at DuPont Softball Field.
The second-ranked Salisbury University Sea Gulls swept the York College Spartans in a Capital Athletic Conference softball doubleheader in Salisbury, Maryland on Sunday. The Sea Gulls won game one 10-1 in six innings and captured the nightcap 6-4.
The York College Spartans had two completely opposite games on a dreary Thursday afternoon in York. Unfortunately for York, the results were the same as the Franklin & Marshall College Diplomats swept the Spartans in a non-conference doubleheader at Spartan Stadium.
Katie Maloney and Lauren Lum paced the Spartans with four hits each on the day and Maloney scored both of York’s two total runs. Maloney, Fritz and Lum all finished game one with two hits. Maloney scored the team's only run, while Fritz picked up the RBI.
The Spartans (8-10) nearly pulled off a final-inning comeback with two runs on three hits in the bottom of the seventh in game one, while the Blue Jays (8-10) needed a seventh-inning rally in game two to complete the two-game sweep after being no-hit through six innings.
After struggling to put runs on the board in game one, York (8-8) found new life in game two and used a four-run sixth inning to tie the game up 9-9 heading into the final frame. The Bullets (10-4) notched two runs in the top of the seventh and the Spartans had a chance in the bottom half to tie with two runners in scoring position, but failed to get either run across before the final out was made.
The York College women’s softball team started the Fastpitch Dreams Spring Classic on Monday. The Spartans were able to rebound from an 8-1 loss to Ferrum to grab a 12-3 win against Gwynedd Mercy in their second game of the day.
The York College softball team split a double header with the University of Mount Union on Monday in pleasantly warm North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina as the Spartans started the southern swing of their 2014 spring trip.
The York College softball team dropped a twin bill at Randolph College on Sunday afternoon in Lynchburg, Virginia. The Wildcats captured game one 8-0 in five innings and completed the sweep with a tight 4-3 win in the nightcap.
The 2014 edition of the York College Spartan softball program is one in transition with a change in culture, philosophy and a very young roster. For the members of the 2014 York Softball team, no starting position is guaranteed, particularly in preseason practice.
York College Women's softball head coach Jen Petteys has announced the addition of Jess Rhoads to the Spartan softball staff for the 2013-14 year. Rhoads will work primarily with the pitchers. Assistant coach Brittany Schlorff returns for her second season under Petteys and will work mostly with the middle infielders and catchers.