York College junior Kevin Long finished second and teammate Eric Stauffer had a hole-in-one to help the Spartans finish sixth at the Glenmaura Collegiate Invitational on Monday.

The Spartans shot a Day 2 total of 324, two strokes more than they shot as a team in Sunday's first round. The two-day total of 646 left them three strokes out of a top-five finish. Scranton won the event in a playoff against McDaniel. Both teams finished with a team score of 622.

The early highlight for the day came when Stauffer stuffed a 5-iron in the cup on the 193-yard par-3 seventh hole. The ace was the Spartans' first of the year and the first of Stauffer's Spartan career.

Long finished one stroke back of Elizabethtown's Ryan Laudeman. Long shot 73 for a two-day total of 147, which was 5-over-par.

Junior Travis Oot shot a 9-over-par 80 on Monday and finished tied for 21st with a 162 total. David Boslough concluded the tournament with a combined score of 169 after carding an 87 on Monday. That left him tied for 33rd in the 60-player field. Stauffer shot 86 and finished the tournament tied for 35th with a two-day total of 170.

OTHER YORK COLLEGE NOTE

HUTSON, ABNEY HONORED: York College's Tyler Hutson and Caleb Abney swept the Capital Athletic Conference men's lacrosse weekly awards on Monday.

Hutson was named the offensive player of the week, while Abney picked up the defensive player of the week award.


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Hutson was named the offensive player of the week for the second time this year. The sophomore attack, and the reigning CAC Rookie of the Year, tallied seven goals and two assists to help the Spartans pick up two key CAC wins. In the win over Frostburg on Wednesday, Hutson recorded three goals and an assist in an 11-4 win. In the key Saturday showdown at Mary Washington, Hutson tallied a match-high five points on four goals and an assist. His third goal of the day gave him 100 career goals in his 31st collegiate game. Hutson is the fourth York College men's lacrosse player to reach 100 career points.

Abney picked up the weekly CAC defensive award for the second time during the year. Abney began his week with 17 saves in the Wednesday win over Frostburg, limiting the Bobcats to four goals. He followed that up with a 16-save performance in the road win at UMW. He finished the week with 33 saves and a 71.7 percent save percentage.