The York College men's golf team captured its second tournament title of the spring season on a cold-and-breezy Sunday.
The Spartans took the McDaniel Spring Invitational at the par-72 Bridges Golf Club near Abbottstown.
York sat in seventh place in the nine-team event after Saturday's first round, 11 shots behind the host school. The Spartans, however, shaved 16 shots off their team total on Sunday, going from a 322 on Saturday to a 306 on Sunday.
That left York in a tie for first place at 628 with Franklin & Marshall. The Spartans, however, won the tiebreaker, which goes to the team with the best fifth-place individual score. York's fifth-best golfer, Matthew Chalupa, finished with a 163 total, good for 24th place, compared to F&M's Ian Murray, who finished at 172.
Only the top four individual scores counted for each team's score. York's top four finishers were sixth-place Tyler Newton (154), 10th-place Zach Billings (156), 12th-place Morgan Uhlick (158) and 19th-place Luke Fayocavitz (161).
St. John Fisher's Colin McGaugh won the individual title at 150. McDaniel finished third as a team at 629, while Gettysburg was fourth at 630. Just two shots separated the top four teams.
Softball team earns split: The York College softball team earned a split at Frostburg State on Sunday, losing the opener, 2-1 in nine innings and winning the second game 8-0 in five innings.
York is 17-7 overall and 4-2 in the Capital Athletic Conference, while Frostburg is 13-9 and 2-2.
Pitcher Melissa Jurkiewicz got the shutout for York. Joanna Marmo had three hits, including a double, and an RBI in the victory, while Haley Hirn homered and drove in two runs. Marmo also had three hits in the first-game loss, including a double, while Ashley Meekins homered.
Baseball team splits: The York College baseball team also garnered a split on Sunday at home vs. Wesley, losing the opener, 7-6, while winning the second game, 8-7.
York is 9-12-1 overall and 2-5 in the CAC. Wesley is 8-15 and 2-7.
Overall in the doubleheader, York was led by Kennard-Dale grad Colin Crowell (four hits, three RBIs), Grant Oberholtzer (four hits), Zach Hossler (four hits), Seth Brosius (four hits, four RBIs), Jack Barry (three hits, including a homer, three RBIs), York Catholic grad Patrick Clement (three hits) and Rob Acierno (three hits, just in Game 2.).
Brandon Haggerty struck out seven in just over four innings of work, while allowing just a pair of hits, to earn the win