Melanie Glessner had an all-time school-record and career-high 21 saves on Tuesday afternoon to help the York College women's soccer team salvage a 0-0 tie against Catholic University in a non-conference matchup in Washington.
The Spartans broke the school record for ties in a season with six.
Glessner shattered York's previous record for most saves in a game, which had stood at 12 since 2003. She also surpassed the most shutouts in an individual season with 13 this year. Glessner has made a total of 84 saves and only allowed three goals all season. Her save percentage stands at .966.
The Spartans were outshot 32-7 through 110 minutes of play.
It was York's final match of the regular season. The Spartans head into postseason with an overall record of 8-2-6 and a third-place finish in the Capital Athletic Conference.
York returns to action at 1 p.m. Saturday when it plays host to No. 6 seed Wesley for the first round of Capital Athletic Conference playoffs.
Catholic is 6-7-3.
YORK COLLEGE NOTE
SPARTANS FALL IN VOLLEYBALL: The York College women's volleyball team saw its 2012 home schedule come to an end with a 3-1 loss against Mary Washington on Tuesday night. The Eagles improved to 9-12 overall and 4-2 in the Capital Athletic Conference, while the Spartans fell to 7-25 and 1-5. The game scores were 25-19, 20-25, 25-12, 25-13. The Spartans were paced by senior Melissa Patterson (six kills, three block assists), freshman setter Allie Donahue (20 assists, five kills, six digs) and senior Ashley Rineman (20 digs).