The York College basketball team has picked up numerous awards over the past few weeks.

The man who guided the Spartans to a Capital Athletic Conference Tournament championship has now won an honor of his own.

York head coach Matt Hunter was named the All-Middle Atlantic Co-Coach of the Year on Tuesday. He shared the award with Johns Hopkins' Josh Loeffler.

In addition, York senior Dalton Myers was named to the All-Middle Atlantic Region First Team.

Hunter has led the resurgence of the Spartan program in recent years. York's 24 wins this season were the third-highest total in school history. The Spartans have improved by seven wins in each of the last two seasons. York went from 10 wins in 2015-16 to 17 wins last year followed by this year's campaign. The Spartans are 41-15 over the last two seasons with a CAC regular-season co-championship and the tournament title this season.

York, which finished 24-5, also earned a berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament this season, earning a first-round win.

Myers, meanwhile, has collected a number of postseason honors. He earned first-team All-CAC honors for the second time in his career. He was selected to play in the NABC Reese's Division III Senior All-Star Game at this weekend's D-III Final Four. Myers also earned National Association of Basketball Coaches First Team All-Middle Atlantic Region accolades on Monday afternoon.

The 6-foot, 7-inch Myers finished the year averaging 17.6 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. He shot 54.7 percent from the floor and 39.6 percent from 3-point range. Myers finished his career with 1,499 points

Myers will now be eligible to earn All-America honors.