The York College track and field teams hosted Gettysburg, Messiah and Washington Adventist Tuesday in York.
The Spartan men captured the team victory with 105 points.
Will Feliciano broke the Spartans' 20-year-old record in the 800 run (1:57.63 set by Christian White in 1992), establishing a new school best 1:56.90. Feliciano also anchored York's victorious 1,600 relay.
Freshman standout Joquan Jamison was first in the 400 for York and also contributed to both victorious relay squads -- the 400 and 1,600.
York's Phillip Cavaluchi won the long jump, while York's Aaron Robertson won the 1,500 and Tim Hartung nabbed the victory in the 3,000. Zach Rogers won the triple jump for the Spartans.
The York women took second with 75 points.
The Spartans secured eight event victories, including a school-record performance by freshman Jasmine Smith in the long jump (17-10 3/4), which not only breaks the previous Spartan record but also put her in the top-15 women long-jumpers in NCAA Division III this season.
Sophomore Laura Rowlands won the high jump and the triple jump.
In the throws, Katie Shinn (hammer) and Meaghan Jackson (shot put) each recorded first-place points for York.
In the pole vault, Ashley Razzano picked up the win while Mandy Parshall collected first-place points in the 1,500 and contributed in the victorious 3,200 relay
OTHER LOCAL COLLEGE NOTES
CAVALUCHI HONORED BY CAC: York College junior Phillip Cavaluchi has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Co-Field Athlete of the Week after an impressive performance at the University of Maryland on Saturday. He shared the accolade with Salisbury senior thrower Jay Drenner. Cavaluchi finished first in the long jump and fourth in javelin.
SPARTANS EARN MEN'S TENNIS VICTORY: The York College men's tennis team captured a 7-2 non-conference triumph over host Goucher Tuesday afternoon in Towson, Md. The Spartans improved to 6-5, while the Gophers fell to 1-14. Tyler Cheatham, Philip Myers, Nathaniel Hoskins and James Villari won in singles and doubles for York. Matthew Rosenkrantz also picked up a singles win for York.
YORK SOFTBALL TEAM LOSES PAIR: The York College softball team suffered a pair of Capital Athletic Conference losses to visiting Mary Washington on Tuesday, 5-3 and 5-1. York fell to 7-13 overall and 4-4 in the CAC. Mary Washington improved to 17-11 and 6-0. Brittany Therres (6-8) pitched well in both games for York, going 14 innings and allowing just three earned runs. Erin O'Leary and Rachel Klein each had two hits for York in the opener.