2017-18 York College Women's Tennis News

  • Spartan Women See Six Match Win Streak Snapped at Coastal Georgia
    February 28, 2018
    The York College women’s tennis squad had their six match win streak halted as the Spartans fell to College of Coastal Georgia 8-1 in the first match of their 2018 spring trip in Brunswick, Georgia. The Mariners are ranked 22nd in the nation in NAIA.  
  • Rachel Wagner Named the CAC Tennis Player of the Week
    October 03, 2017
    York College junior women's tennis player Rachel Wagner has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Week as announced by league office on Tuesday afternoon.
  • Spartan Women's Tennis Squad Concludes Perfect Fall Campaign
    September 30, 2017
    The York College women’s tennis team ended their fall season with a pair of wins as they completed the campaign with a mark of 6-0. The Spartans defeated Albright 9-0 on Saturday followed by an 8-1 win over Catholic on a breezy Saturday afternoon in York.
  • Women's Tennis Stays Red Hot with 9-0 Win over LVC
    September 24, 2017
    The Spartan women’s tennis team stayed red hot with their fourth straight win as they blanked Lebanon Valley College 9-0 on a steamy Sunday afternoon in York. The Spartans have won their four matches in the span of four days.   
  • Women's Tennis Moves to 3-0, Defeats Messiah
    September 23, 2017
    GRANTHAM, PA – The York College women’s tennis team stayed undefeated, taking down Messiah College 7-2 on Saturday in non-conference action behind a pair of wins from Katie Wagner, Rachel Wagner and Maisie Supp.
  • Spartan Women Earn Road Win at Gettysburg
    September 22, 2017
    The Spartan women’s tennis team continued their road trip to open the 2017 fall campaign with a 5-3 win at Gettysburg College on Friday afternoon.  
  • Spartan Women Open Fall Campaign with a Victory at Goucher
    September 21, 2017
    The York College women’s tennis team opened their 2017 fall campaign with an 8-1 road win at Goucher College on Thursday afternoon in Towson, Maryland.