The York College women's soccer extended its win streak to three as the Spartans notched a 3-0 non-conference victory over McDaniel on Monday in York.

The Spartans (5-1-3 overall) again used a stifling defense to hold McDaniel (4-3) scoreless, edging the Green Terror with a 14-6 mark in total shots and 8-4 margin in shots on goal. York had a 2-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Sophomore Elizabeth Bunn continued her offensive outburst with her fourth goal in three games when she scored just 1:38 into the contest on an assist from Kayla Kovalsky. It marked Bunn's fifth goal of the year.

York's second goal came when sophomore Traci Mohl took a pass from senior Caitlin Aversa and immediately floated a pin-point pass to a charging Jess Canami, who never broke stride and banged the ball home for her first collegiate goal.

The Spartans closed out the scoring just over seven minutes into the second half. Sophomore Clare Chatham lofted a well-placed corner kick that found the head of senior Tyler Frantz, who drilled the header into the upper-right corner for the goal, her second of the year.

Sophomore goalkeeper Melanie Glessner notched her fourth-straight shutout as she extended her scoreless streak to 455:45. Glessner made four saves to earn the win.



DERKSEN, GLESSNER, RINEMAN HONORED: Three York College athletes were recognized as the Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Week in their respective sports. Spartans' senior goalkeeper Jesse Derksen (Susquehannock) earned CAC Defensive Player of the Week honors after holding three opponents scoreless over 228 minutes last week. He went over 70 scoreless minutes with three saves in a game at Lycoming, then followed with a four-save complete-game shutout against visiting Johns Hopkins. Derksen finished the week with three more saves in 68 minutes of a shutout win at Neumann.

York sophomore goalie Melanie Glessner was selected as the CAC Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week. Glessner extended her scoreless streak another 180 minutes by blanking Penn State Harrisburg in the rain last Tuesday, followed by a shutout win over CAC rival Marymount Saturday. Glessner, who has allowed only one goal this season, lowered her season goals against average to 0.12 and raised her shutout total to five.

York senior Ashley Rineman (Delone Catholic) shared CAC Women's Volleyball Co-Players of the Week honors with Salisbury senior Kelly Vieira. Rineman registered 131 digs (7.71 avg.), eight service aces and four assists in 17 sets, helping the Spartans to a pair of victories last week. She was particularly effective on the back row during YCP's action at the Elizabethtown Tournament, averaging 8.4 digs per set, including a career-best 43 in a match against Rochester.