YORK, PA – The York College athletic department is proud to announce that Tim Bohlman, Chris Brower and Ashley Swope have been selected for induction into the York College Athletic Hall of Fame. The trio will comprise the 28th class in the history of the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Bohlman, a 2008 York College graduate, was a two-time wrestling All-American and a three-time national qualifier for the Spartans during his four-year career spanning 2003-2007. He accumulated 88 career wins, good for ninth place on the all-time list at the time of his induction. He won 35 matches in 2006-07 which ranks him fifth on the single season list.
Bohlman was the Metropolitan Wrestling Conference 133-pound champion in 2005 and a key part of the 2005-06 Spartan squad that won the Metropolitan Conference championship and earned a fifth place finish at the NCAA Division III Championships in Ewing, New Jersey.
Bohlman was a national qualifier in 2005 at 133-pounds, in 2006 as at 141-pounder and in 2007 as a 149-pound wrestler. He was an All-American in 2006 and again in 2007. The Spartans registered 68 dual match wins during Bohlman’s career including 21 in 2005-06.
Brower enters the hall as one of the all-time great pitchers in York College baseball history. Brower, a 2007 graduate, still has his name all over the York College record book 11 years after his graduation. Brower ranks first in school history in wins (27), innings pitched (326.2), and strikeouts (242). He was the 2007 Daniel J. Klinedinst award winner as he was 8-3 with a 1.62 EAR in 94.1 innings of work as the Spartans went 32-14 and advanced to the regional final at Ferrum College. Brower was also named the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Male Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Brower was a four-time All-Capital Athletic Conference selection, was a two-time ABCA All-South region selection while he led the Spartans to 112 wins during his four-year career. In addition to his career records, Brower owns the single season strikeouts mark (82 in 2007), and the most innings pitched (94.1 in 2007), while he is second in wins (9 in 2006) and third in victories (8 in 2007).
Swope, a 2005 York College graduate, ended his career as one of the most feared sluggers in the Capital Athletic Conference. Swope graduated ranked in the top five in five different offensive categories. He still is ranked fourth in RBI (154), fourth in doubles (55), fourth in total bases (368), fifth in hits (235), and fifth in home runs (22).
Swope concluded his career as a .365 hitter in 173 games with 169 starts. He scored 145 runs and had a .571 career slugging percentage and a .407 on-base percentage. Swope was the 2001 Capital Athletic Conference Rookie-of-the-Year as he hit .346 with 35 runs scored, 10 doubles, one triple, six home runs and 39 RBI in 37 games as a freshman. He was a four-time All-CAC selection and ended his career fifth in the CAC in all-time doubles.
Swope also holds a pair of single game runs scored with his 15 total bases and three home runs in a 2003 game at North Carolina Wesleyan. He is tied for third in runs batted in with seven, a mark he reached three different times in his career.
The trio will be officially inducted into the York College Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 20 at Heritage Hills Resort in York.