Lady Spartans notch a win

The York College Lady Spartans lacrosse team played host to the visiting Oswego State Lady Lakers Sun., March 19. The Lady Spartans got the victory by a score of 15-5. The Spartans came into this match-up off a big win at Messiah. Their last two scheduled contests were postponed due to inclement weather. Sunday’s kickoff was postponed an hour due to snowy remains on the … Continue reading Lady Spartans notch a win

Defense comes up big as Spartans top Lions

By: Jeremy Gottsch York College Woman’s basketball topped visiting Penn St. Harrisburg Lions Wednesday night at the Grumbacher Center. Trailing at halftime, the Spartans used a strong desfensive effort in the second half to defeat the Lions 58-43. Junior guard Katie Wagner scored a career high 20 points to lead all scorers. The Spartans started the game strong jumping out to an early 7-0 lead. … Continue reading Defense comes up big as Spartans top Lions

Bobcats net lone goal to win

The Spartan’s women’s soccer team played host to visiting Frostburg St. Bobcats (FSU) at 4 p.m. Wednesday. The game was without a goal up until the end of the second half. FSU was able to capitalize on a loose ball in front of the net for the lone goal of the game. The Spartan offense was missing for the majority of the game, only mustering … Continue reading Bobcats net lone goal to win

Spartans snap losing streak

By Jeremy Gottsch The women’s soccer team snapped a 7 game winless streak as they earned a 1-0 victory over the visiting Marymount (VA.) Saints. The only goal of the game came 15 minutes into the game when sophomore Alyssa Rankin capitalized on a missed shot for her first goal of the season. Steady rain throughout the game limited both offenses. At the 24-minute mark … Continue reading Spartans snap losing streak

Super Bowl 50

Featured photograph: courtesy of By: Eddie Poe One of the NFL’s all-time great quarterbacks on his final postseason leg sparred off against one of professional football’s relatively new faces, Cam Newton whom most fans may know by his “Superman” persona. Lady Gaga absolutely slayed the pre-game national anthem and the halftime festivities included a three-headed act featuring Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars. Held at … Continue reading Super Bowl 50

Petteys, Maloney set sights on the future

Featured photo: Maloney seen here fires the ball from shortstop to get the runner out at first base. Photo credit: Dave Sinclair By Abee Battiste This year, the York College softball team has no seniors, and only three juniors with underclassmen filling the remaining 14 roster spots. Even with a young team, head coach Jennifer Petteys sees maturity and understanding with what she desires the program … Continue reading Petteys, Maloney set sights on the future

A Change at the Helm for the Men’s Soccer Program

By Eddie Poe When former men’s soccer head coach Mark Ludwig resigned  last December, assistant dean for athletics and recreation Paul Saikia was faced with a difficult situation.  He had to hire a new head coach after 16 great years with Ludwig. Ludwig led the Spartans to seven Capital Athletic Conference titles with five of those titles coming in consecutive years from 2009-2013.  He also … Continue reading A Change at the Helm for the Men’s Soccer Program