YORK COLLEGE: Women's lacrosse team drops 12-11 overtime decision in CAC semifinal
- The York College women's lacrosse team dropped a 12-11 OT decision to Mary Washington on Wednesday.
- The Spartans' loss came in the Capital Athletic Conference semifinals.
- Both teams came into the game ranked in the top 10 nationally in NCAA Division III.
The York College women's lacrosse team won't win a Capital Athletic Conference title this season.
The Spartans saw a 9-5 lead erased in the second half and fell 12-11 in overtime to the University of Mary Washington in a CAC semifinal at Kinsley Field on Wednesday evening.
Baleigh Bradley led the Spartans with a career-high four points, dishing out three assists, while Meghan Fox and Regan Cook each scored three goals.
York, ranked No. 5 nationally in NCAA Division III, fell to 13-4. Mary Washington, ranked No. 8, improved to 16-3.
York is now 8-13 all-time in the CAC Tournament.
Despite the loss, York is still expected to land an NCAA Division III playoff berth.
Baseball team falls to Rutgers-Camden: York College had a 5-4 lead after five innings, but couldn't hold on in a 10-7 nonconference baseball loss to Rutgers-Camden on Wednesday.
Rutgers-Camden exploded for five runs in the sixth inning to take control.
Jack Barry (three hits, two homers, four RBIs, two runs), Grant Oberholzer (two hits, two RBIs, run), Zach Hossler (two hits, double) and Devin Chapman (two hits, run) led York's attack.
York fell to 19-17-1. Rutgers-Camden improved to 25-14.
The Spartans next head to the CAC Tournament in Salisbury, Maryland. York faces Frostburg State at 9 a.m. Friday.