York College junior golfer Tyler Newton added another post-season accolade to his collection on Wednesday as he earned PING Division III All Mid-Atlantic regional honors as announced by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
The York College men’s golf team had another fantastic weekend as the Spartans picked up their fourth tournament championship of the year and junior Tyler Newton won the individual championship at the 2018 Rosemont Raven Invitational.
The York College Spartans men’s golf squad picked up their third tournament victory of the year as York erased an eleven stroke day one deficit to earn the title at the McDaniel College Spring Tournament on Sunday at the Bridges Golf Club.
The York College men’s golf squad finished 13th of 15 teams at the highly competitive Hershey Cup on Sunday. The tournament was scheduled as a two-day event but the onion snow overnight Sunday cancelled Monday’s second round.
The York College men’s golf squad opened the spring portion of their schedule with their second win of the year as they were the top team at the 13-team Mary Washington Eagle Invitational at Augustine Golf Club in Stafford, Virginia.
The York College men’s golf squad opened their stay at the 2017 Montgomery Cup at Downingtown Country Club with a second place finish during the stroke play portion of the tournament. The Spartans tied a school record with an opening round 292 followed by a 308 in round two.
The York College men’s golf squad had a successful weekend at the 2017 Penn State Harrisburg Fall Golf Invitational this weekend as the Spartans placed second at the 16 team tournament. The Spartans finished with a two-day total of 605.
The York College men’s golf squad opened their 2017 fall schedule with a third place finish at the six-team Bay Creek Invitational hosted by Christopher Newport University. The two-day tournament was held at the Nicklaus Course at Bay Creek Resort in Cape Charles, Virginia.
The York College men’s golf team features a large cast of newcomers along with an established core of returners as the Spartans look to establish themselves as one of the top teams in the Capital Athletic Conference and the Mid-Atlantic region.