York College senior Katie Wagner became the 15th player in York College women's basketball history to reach 1,000 career points during Wednesday's win vs. Wesley. Wagner and head coach Betsy Witman discussed the achievement after the game. Elijah Armold, York Dispatch
Susquehannock High School graduate Katie Wagner was named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference Women's Tennis First Team on Monday.
The news marks the second time that the York College standout garnered all-conference mention in singles competition, having been named to the second team last year as a junior.
Wagner finished her senior season at 9-6 at No. 1 singles, including 4-3 against CAC competition, with three wins coming in straight sets.
She finishes her career at 41-16 in singles and 37-23 in doubles. Her 41 singles wins and 37 doubles wins are the most in school history, and her singles win percentage is also the best all-time.
In the winter, Wagner also earned first-team All-CAC honors in basketball. She finished the basketball season averaging 12.9 points, 4.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game.
Wagner helped lead the Spartans to an 11-6 women's tennis record, going 4-3 in CAC, including a win in the playoffs and a berth in the conference semifinals.
Marshall is Spartan Athlete of the Week: York College senior goalie Landry Marshall has been named the Spartan Athlete of the Week after leading the No. 2 men’s lacrosse team to a 13-11 road win at No. 4 Amherst in the third round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Tournament.
Marshall registered a season-high 15 saves in earning his school-record 19th win of the season.
Marshall, who is a first-team All-CAC selection for 2018, has a 6.27 goals-against average with 139 saves and a 53.9 save percentage.
Marshall leads the CAC in goals-against average, save percentage and wins.
Marshall and his teammates head to top-ranked RIT on Wednesday to face the Tigers in an NCAA quarterfinal. Opening face-off is set for 7 p.m.