The York College womens soccer team continues to bask in the spotlight of their incredible 2007 campaign as senior midfielder Emily Sullivan and junior defender Kali Macgregor land on the d3kicks.com All Mid-Atlantic Region third-team.
The York College womens soccer team received outstanding news this week as senior midfielder Emily Sullivan was named a 2007 Academic All-American. The College Sports Information Directors Association selected Sullivan to the third team after she helped lead York to the best season in school history.
The York College womens soccer team ended their season Saturday afternoon with 3-0 loss to #2 Messiah in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA tournament. The Spartan record falls to 15-6-3 for the season while Messiah stays unbeaten and untied at 21-0.
York College has been selected as the host institution for one of the four NCAA Women's Soccer Tournament Sectional brackets to be held this weekend. The matches will determine one of the four entrants into the 2007 NCAA Division III Final Four. Yorks pod consists of the Spartans, Messiah, Wittenberg, and Ithaca.
The York College women's soccer team continued their dramatic run into the NCAA Tournament with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Virginia Wesleyan in the second round of the tournament on Sunday in Pomona, NJ.
The York College women's soccer team placed six players on the All-Capital Athletic Conference teams as announced by the league on Tuesday. Spartan head coach Vicki Sterner was named the CAC Coach-of-the-Year after leading the Spartans to the CAC title.
York College junior defender Kali Macgregor has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Week after leading the Spartans to their first ever CAC Championship with their 2-0 win over Salisbury on Saturday.
The York College women's soccer team made the third time the charm as the Spartans captured their first CAC Championship in their third try at the title with a 2-0 victory at Salisbury University on Saturday.
The York College womens soccer team travels to Salisbury, Md. to take on the rival Sea Gulls at 12:00 pm for the CAC tournament title. A Spartan victory would be their first CAC tournament championship and berth into the NCAA tournament
The York College womens soccer team earned a spot in Saturdays Capital Athletic Conference tournament championship with a 3-0 win over Mary Washington. The Spartans (12-5-3) will travel to Salisbury to the face the rival Sea Gulls for the title.
The York College womens soccer team defeated visiting Villa Julie College 2-0 in Capital Athletic Tournament action Sunday afternoon. On a brisk and blustery October day, the Spartans improved to 11-5-3 and advance to the CAC semifinals.
YORK, PA The York College womens soccer team concluded their 2007 regular season with a 1-1 draw with visiting Catholic University. The tie moves the Spartans record to 10-5-3 (6-1 CAC) on the season, while the Cardinals now sport a record of 9-2-4.
The York College women's soccer squad closed out their 2007 Capital Athletic Conference campaign with a 2-1 overtime win at Villa Julie College on Thursday afternoon. York improves to 10-4-2 overall with the win while they finish their conference slate 7-1.
York College freshman midfielder Stephanie Mergler was named the Capital Athletic Conference player of the week award for the week of October 8-14, 2007. Mergler tallied a goal and an assist as the Spartans went 1-0-1 for the week.
The York College womens soccer team tied visiting Gettysburg College 0-0 in non-conference action Wednesday evening. A disappointing result for the Spartan squad, the green and white moves to 8-4-2 (4-1 CAC) for the season, while the Bullets now sport a 3-9-1 record.
The Messiah College Falcons shutout the York College Spartans 4-0 in non-conference action on a beautiful fall evening Wednesday night in Grantham, Pa. The Spartans fall to 7-4-1 as they have lost two straight while Messiah improves to 10-0.
Spartan freshman women's soccer player Stephanie Mergler tallied the game-winning goal 47 seconds into the second overtime, lifting the green and white to a 2-1 double overtime win over Mary Washington Saturday.
On a picture-perfect late-summer evening, the York College womens soccer team battled visiting Elizabethtown to a 0-0 draw. The scoreless tie leaves the Spartans with a 5-2-1 record (2-0 CAC) while Elizabethtown sits at 5-1-1 for the season.
On a wind-swept Graham Field on Saturday afternoon, the York College womens soccer team returned to the win column defeating visiting Haverford 4-0. The Spartans improve their 2007 record to 5-2 (2-0 CAC) while the Fords fall to 2-3 on the season.