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Stephanie Kozier, Jean Yarrish, Erika Filson, Michelle Miller, Carolyn Altemose, Kathy Yerger, Karen Caynor, Toye Shepard, Debra Walls, Denise Strevig,
Tern Molle, Ann Schultz, Karen Cobb




PHI SIGMA CHI: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Beth Buggy. Gretajo Slichter, Mary Gilhooley, Rita Richie, Lisa Voerman. Sherry Miscevaick SEONC ROW: (L to R) Liz
Canon. Nancy Concanon. Patty Geyer - Treasurer, Karen Rose, Secretary Ian Groft. Mane Burns — Recorder, Sue Ivey THIRD ROW: (L to R) Kim Agett,
Sherill Tart, Colleen Anderson, Brenda Resnick, Lee Clark, Lisa Mahone, Malia Cowen. MISSING: President ludy-Beth Lizak. Advisor — Pat Massa.




Fraternities



SIGMA PHI EPSILON: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Hans
kavser. Tom bhd\, Bol) Slahl Vice PreMtleni Craig
Uasner SECOND ROW: (L to R) lamps Con-

aucU PresKleni Tim sieian Tim McAllister. Sick
Kramer Leon Ba\les

OMEGA THETA CHI: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Ic^e
DeMarco. [3a\e Cappadonno Srotl \ichoK Tom
\torris SECOND ROW: (L to R) Mike Oil. Dave
Bello, Mark Miller Vice PKesiclenl Tom Mc\abb,
Sle\e beidal, Secrelarv Cecjrge Mitrcj. |im Christ.
Lou Decker. Steve [ionnalK Gary Talbut. Bill
Trimber, .Vlike Kagro. \1ike Currv. Craig Hen-
dnckson, Craig Baleron, Art Copcutt. Rob Bur-
nhart, .Mark Ludenslager. lav Harnev. Bob Sullivan.
Advisor Dr Morrisrjn Bill Hopson Terrv Dowd.
CIcjvci Geody. President Steve Boykcj, Tcjm
Henderson. Treasurer Bob Bankerl





TAU KAPPA EPSILON: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Frank Wilson, President Ted Nicholson, Tim shields, K<n ( uKer, Secrelory Schuyler McCdbe, Sergednl-al-
.Arrns Chuck Connelly, [Joug VVolle, loseph Flanders, Kevin Nellleship SECOND ROW: (L lo R) Mark Milnes, Guy Bievenour Sieve Cook, lell Uye,
Tony Fuller, Louie Zampella, [3ave Ohning, Bryan MacCausland, Gary Brumbaugh THIRD ROW: (L lo R) lohn Schleicher, Greg Perler, Wes Small, Mark
FHansen, Tom Monk, Treasurer Scott Reinecker, Pledge Master Vic FHagerslrom, Mark Stanley Advisor - Mr Caschen




INTER-FRATERNAL COUNCIL: FIRST ROW: (L lo R) Margo Leader, AcKisor Frank Mussano, Steve Boyko, Tom MrNab, IJiane Dunnick SECOND
ROW: (L to R) Roseanne Calcius, Ian Croft. Karen Rose, Tim McCallisler,




AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB: (L to R) Ken Riddick, Karen Hawkins, Larry Williams, LaVcrne Thomas, Vice President Kevin McNair, Adrian Green, Yolanda
Coode MISSING: President Bill Motley, Treasurer Mary Calhoun Advisor - l)r Knight




KARATE CLUB: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Assislani InslruUors Bill Olmeda, Joseph Flanders SECOND ROW: (L to R) Nancy Dykslra, John Dooley, Doug
Slates, Siotl Long, Ken Rozich, Stott LHaldeman, Ron Frederick, Roseanne Call lus Loni ( Lilligan, Kini Delinger, Head lnstructc:)r William Sprenkle




SKI CLUB: FIRST ROW: (L to R) President Doreen Altman, Alison Mumepl, Bill Hdllgren, Wenily Kcidnian slu'lly Wimns, hi Ann Sdiull/ SECOND ROW: (L
lo R) Linda Carno, Margo Leader, Becky Young, Kim Murawski, Darlene Rood, Lisa Koproski




GERMAN CLUB: (L to R) Roseanne Caleius, lere St-chrisl Vne President KelK [rne> Prcsidrnl Icnii li,i\lr
Fry, Clendd Hooper, lames Conaway



sci ri-l.iry Treasurer Frank Younker. Kirk




CIRCLE K: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Darlene Rood, Stephanie Mohr, Steve Boyko SECOND ROW: (L to R) Diane Weible, Cindy Matthews, lohn Valdini,
President Linda Campbell, Vice President Lisa Derr, Darren Lake, Donna Harley. Terry Delessandro THIRD ROW: (L to R) Lisa Webber, Carmen
Diprospero, Madelaine Voipe, Mindy Gulden, Marcy Bowman, Cheryl Demotto, Lynn Bingman, Sandy Sterrella, Peg Miller, Arlene Purtell.




WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB: FIRST ROW: (L to R) Vite President Bill Hendrn ks, Se( relarv Koseann Raua Frank Pi/zulo SECOND ROW: (L to R) lose Her-
doiza. Bob Caruso, Chris Hicks, Kevin Muller, Dean Decicto THIRD ROW: (L to R) Ton> Summers, Bob Ball, Bernie Kirajly, Fred Morris, President Stu
Suskin, Bill Stewart, Rich Barber Advisor - Mr Landis.




STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: FIRST ROW: (L to

R) \ ice President Bdrr\ Co\ SantK Pacholoik HMorian An-
drea Cuppy, Chris Suhr SECOND ROW: (L to R) Deb Elliot
Sharon Stenner, kalhy Diehl THIRD ROW: (L lo R) Tamm\
Laughman, Robin Nacelinda Bupp FOURTH ROW: (L lo R)
Cindy Morgan. Chen Demoise FIFTH ROW: (L to R) PreM-
denl Bob VVickline, Cheryl Stentz, Advisor Dr Brian Glandon

STUDENT RECREATION ASSOCIATION: FIRST ROW: (L to

R) Margo Leader Beth Buterbough, Kathv Spangler SE-
COND ROW: (L to R) E I Stewart Martha ludd THIRD
ROW: (L lo R) Bill Alber, Nancy king. Darlene Rood
FOURTH ROW: (L to R) Marcia Galsby. lohn Xaldini, lohn

(5ommel





PHYSICS CLUB: BACK ROW: (L to R) Angela Bensel, Christa Schenker, Martina Rusnov, Melanie Garland, Scott Wilson, lohn Dooley, Greg Springer,
Brian Harcourt FRONT ROW: (L to R) Marilyn Turansky, Vicki Barnhart, Kelly Erney, Barry Myers, Cherie Taylor, Carolyn Altemose, Scott Kepner,

Dr Khanna




AIBS (American Institute of Biological Sciences): L to R: Aclaities Coordinator Dan Slrnkler, luhn Oooley, Sec jell Zeigler, Presuient Sharon ingle.
Missing Irom picture Treasurer Phil Ludvigsen. Advisor [^r Denoncourt




SAM (Society for the Advancement of Management): BACK ROW: (L to R) Darren Lake, Barb Hepp, Kirk Fry, Sterling Frilz, Dr. Sauers, Dr knauber.
MIDDLE ROW: (L to R) Neil Kern, Pam Trostle, Lisa Coduti, Rick Jacob, Mike McMahon, Linda Cambell, Dottie Adams. SECOND ROW: (L to R) Presi-
dent Mindy Gulden, Secretary Linda VVeinstein, Treasurer Bob Couch, Vice President ol Operations Madeline Voipe, Vice President of Public Relations
Tina Strumbo FRONT ROW: (L to R) lohn Schiker, Nick Asidas, )ere Sechrist, Doug Wolle






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ALPHA KAPPA OMEGA: BACK ROW: (L to R) Chit Shatter, Kim Ferguson, Janet Zonnewille Rose Cemmill, VVanrIa VanDyke, Linda Newswanger,
Dawn Brillhart, Dennis Sheely, Eric Culbertson, Steve Almquist, Eddie McManniso FRONT ROW: (L to R) Billy Plitseh, Mick Westenberger, Martha
ludd, Sally Herr, Vicki Scheib, President Chen Demoise. Brenda Eckert, Alice Sheetv, Carmen Diprospero, Everetl Petit, Melissa Mucha.




LAMBDA ALPHA EPSILON: BACK ROW: (L to R) Tom Culligan, |im Sdatani. kennie Garland, Frank Younker. Mary Beth Cripshover, Leon Bayles, Ann
Bard, Margaret Smith, Loretta Cuyton, Rich Petlx, Scott Mild FIRST ROW: (L to R) Laurie Fuhrman, Linda Garno, Brenda Resnick, Sandy Bacon, Donna
Kwiatkowski, Maureen Boucher, Wendy Shannon, Kathy Klokis NOT PICTURED: Advisor Gary Bittner, Cherie Green.




STUDENT SENATE: BACK ROW: (L to R) Dr Khanna, Frank Mussano, Collenn Anderson, Erica Filson, Heidi Wentzler, Ed Bukowski, Bill Motley, Lorraine
Burr, Lynn Smith. Tim .McAllister, Dr Harrington, Dr Troutman MIDDLE ROW: (L to R) Karen Panero, Margo Leader, Karen Beese, Tina Surace, Mary
Kay Nentwig, Mike Contino, Karen Cobb, Vonnie Sprenkle FRONT ROW: (L to R) Angel Secrast, Kenda Kitchen, Steve Plowden, Sherril Tart, Nell Kern,
Scott Naylor




NADS: IN TREE: (L to R) Calhy Hughes, Terri Lippincott.
FRONT ROW: (L to R) Have Pavlini, Wendy Rotimdn. Rudy
DePolo lei I Be\ir\ VVessley Hawkins, Tim McAllister, left
Becklev IN FRONT OF ROW: lohn DiMarlini and "Iriend ■

SECURITY: FRONT ROW: (L to R) Henry Pacheco. Mark
Fullerton, |ell Dye, Donna Hess, Anihony Acuri, Everett
Petil, Scott Mathis. BACK ROW: (L to R) )im Christ, .Al
Kristotf, Mark Laudenslager, ,Alan Heinle, lohn Harney,
Chuck Vuchetio, Alison Kinkle and Director of Security,
Conrad F Mihaiek




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FORENSICS: (L to R) Bonnie C Wire, Marianne Absher, Robert Heistand, Lee DeRemer, Karen Markey.




SPARTAN STAFF: (L to R) Prudence Miminosa, Editor lenniler Brown. Sports Eciitor lohn Valdini, Fsani Witthoft, Photographer Darren Lake, Advertising
Manager Ronna Thompson, Betsy Laughry, Advisor Dr Ames (not pit lured)




RADIO STATION CREW/WVYC: BACK ROW: (L to R) Carmen DiProspero, Scolt Palmer, lim Beilresian, Paul V on /ei h, I )arvl limvman FRONT ROW:
(L to R) Rob Rosenberger, Scoll Bradley, Tom Gibson




VETS ( Chi Gamma lola): L to R: Alison Kinkle, lames Conovvay, Sheri Shritk. kim keslner, Peggy El linger, [Job Cutler. Ed Bukowski. Dotlie
,Adams, Barb Hepp, Dan Driscoll, Tom Sargeanl. George Leiter




HE-MAN WOMEN HATERS: BACK ROW: (L to R) Brian "Buckwheat" Ford, lohn Frank, Hawkeye Lewis, letf 'Porky' Rutter, Mark "Red" Frank,
Gary "Spider " lohnson, Pat O'Roarke, Happy Hendo, Brian Colby, David "Scooter " Farling. MIDDLE ROW: (L to R) Angelo "Alfalfa" Ferri, Dean
"Hoppy" Sprinkle, Scott "Tex " Miller, lohn "Spanky " Valdini, Dave Orl, Blame Barlet FRONT ROW: (L to R) Kathy "Daria" Spangler, lerri An-
thes, Chris Lynch, Nancy Pedlow, lay Reibsome




KAMIKAZES: BACK ROW: (L to R) Paul VonZech, lohn Rabenstein, Bob Perritt, Dan Lenzi FRONT ROW: (L to R) Dave Rayha, Ed
Bender, Dick Neith, Michael T McMahon




FORCED ENTRY: SITTING: Margo Leader
STANDING: (L-R) loanne Schultz, Wendy Rodman.
MISSING FROM PICTURE: Theresa Kennedy, Cathy
Hughes, Annette Hipp, Maureen Redmond, Jerri Lip-
pencott, Shelley Minns, Nancy Zupp, Debbie Lauder-
baugh, Cindi Cahill, Donna lean DiCasparis, Joyce
Harpent




BONUS BABIES: (L-R) BACK ROW: Donna VanAuken, Terry Herblin, Irish Etgen, ludy Reddington, Pam Bingamon, Kim Raber, jean Stroup, (L-R)
FRONT ROW: Donna Bratek, Lisa Mullin, Diane Lentowski, Deb Rorabaugh, Karen Kuli, Terry Adamik,




KEIFFER HOUSE: (L-R) BACK ROW: Tracie
Blackwood, Chris Magowan, Jeanie Fisher,
lanice Vetter, Roseanne Calcius, Sue Kidd.
(L-R) FRONT ROW: Nancy Cesregan,
Caroline Wilson, Cindy Reilly, Gwen
Marlor, Karen Magri.

HONORS HOUSE: (L-R) BACK ROW: )ane
Degnan, Lisa Coduti, Yvonne Bene'
FRONT ROW: Sherry Buben, Pat Van
Bourgondien, Diane Siegel. MISSING: Myla
Kirkham.





ROTC CADET COMPANY: (L-R) FOURTH ROW STANDING: Tony Arcuri, Major Calloway, Robert Heistand, Perry Harrison, Gerard Dache, Tony
Fuller, Robert Caruso, Bruce Myers, Linda Bupp, Doug Reiter, Creg Riley, Kenneth Nysmith THIRD ROW SITTING: Ron Walters, lames Conoway, Yasin
Sharif, Tom Hayes, Kenneth Brzostek (L-R) SECOND ROW: Fred Riley, Tim Lahr, Drew Taylor, Kevin Cross (L-R) FRONT ROW: Faye Dillman, Bettyann
Conticelli, Robert Herman. ADVISOR: Major Archie Galloway.




SENIOR CLASS ROTC: (L-R): Linda Bupp Cadet ILT (OX), Bruce Myers Cadet CPR (C)), Major Archibald Galloway (AMPS), Perry Harrison Cadet ILT (S4),
Scott Lohr Cadet ILT (S3)



Soccer



OPPONENT


YORK


OPPONENT


Alumni Came (Unofficial)


5





U.S. Naval Academy (Unofficial)








Washington College





2


Mt. St. Mary's


2


4


Salisbury


1





Dickinson


3


1


Bloomsburg








Lancaster Bible


5


2


Spring Garden


5





Allentown


2





Western Maryland


2


3


Millersville


1


4


Kutztown


5


4


Susquehanna


1


2


Messiah


3


1





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ROW 1: Blayne Bertloet, Roger Mischel, Brian Forde, Pete Thallner, Bill Alber, Scooter Farling, Greg Boess ROW 2: Brian Schnver, Jim McCowan,
Ken Rozich, lohn Harvey, Scott Miller, Marty Schnaars, Dave Winey ROW 3: Ed Hernandez, Kelly Cosnell (trainer), Keith Righter, Tom Davidson,
Wally Weimer, Hans Kayser, )im Poulson, Dave Pavlini, Scott Ellenberger, Kevin Muller, Kavier Hersoiza, Dave McCullougli, Coach Pat Massa NOT
PICTURED: loAnn lolfe, lean Hasselt (statisticians)











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The 1980 soccer team was very suc-
cessful and may be the beginning of
York College as a soccer power. Their
8-5-1 record was the second best in
college history and the best in nine
years. For the first time, the Spartans
were ranked as high as twelfth for
N.C.A.A. Division III Colleges in the
Middle Atlantic States.

A key factor in the team's success
was their strong defensive play. These
defensive plays were spearheaded by
seniors Brian Forde, Dave Pavlini, and
Jim Poulson. Also playing a tough net
position were Dave McCullougn and
Ed FHernandez.

Down at the offensive end of the
field, York was led by Wally Weimer
and Hans Kayser who scored 7 goals
each. Also adding to the scoring punch
were Marty Schnaars, Scooter Farling,
and Jose Herdpiza.

With first year coach Pat Massa and
many key players returning, the Spar-
tans are looking forward to another
successful season in the Fall of '81.




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Volleyball



The year 1980 was seen as a rebuilding time
for the Spartan women's volleyball team.
Volleyball, usually one of York's stronger
sports, was hit with many key players
graduating the year before. To make up for
this player loss, the girls had to play each
match with intensity. Unfortunately, many
matches were lost by only a few points. One
thing that did help the team along was the
strong support of the York College fans who
cheered them on during home matches. Next
year the girls should be able to return to their
winning ways.



TEAM

Ursinus

Dickinson

Elizabethtown

Loyola

Bucknell

Callaudet

Hood

Franklin and Marshall

Messiah

Howard

Georgetown

Susquehanna

Western Maryland

Towson State

St. Mary's

Shepherd

Kutztown

Gettysburg

University of D.C.

Shepherd Univ.



WON
LOST
WON
LOST
LOST
LOST
WON
WON
WON
LOST
LOST
WON
LOST
LOST
LOST
WON
LOST
LOST
WON
WON




ROW 1: Cheryl Gold, PattI Barnes, jamy Oleweiler, Chris Lynch, Treva Clark, Lisa Hoff, ROW 2: Joan Brittain, Sue Wilshere, Donna
Streiberg, Yvonne Hoff, )udy Reddington. ROW 3: Coach Dan Hamberg, Kelly Centzler, lanet March (captain), Bonnie Blouse, Pam Min-
nich, Brenda Shade (manager), Terry Herblin (manager).



Field Hockey



YORK


OPP


TEAM


2





Lancaster Bible





3


Franklin and Marshall


2





Western Maryland


1





Mt. St. Mary's





1


Gettysburg


2


4


Lebanon


4


1


Goucher


1


1


Towson State


1


4


Elizabethtown





2


Messiah


3


3


Dickinson


4


1


Susquehanna



YORKJ.V. OPP




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ROW 1: Alison Dinkel, Katie O'Donnoghue (captain), Vicki Rinker, Sharon Engel, Patt Cianciullo (captain), Marilyn Dorsey (captain). Dawn
Brillhart, Sue Snyder. ROW 2: Coach Nina Reid, Ruth Armacost, lane Farrell, Karen Stimer, Kathy Fasnacht, Barb Voight, )ulie Carbaugh, Pam
Wolf. ROW 3: Margo Leader (clock), Terry Adamik (manager), Mary Kay Eisermann, Ellen Ruth, Beth McCartney, Debbie Williams, Vicki Bar-
rouk. Colleen Fox, jenny Marchio, Kim Howe, Cathy Crossley, Kathy Celbular. ABSENT: Beth Gingrich.




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The Women's Field Hockey Team produced one of its better records in recent years witli a 5-5-2 count. This
was considered a successful year because the team was made up of many young players who will be the key to
the team's future. Among this youth were four-year letter winners Patt Cianciullo, Marilyn Dorsey and Sharon Engle
who were positive influences to the team.

With the leadership of Katie O'Donnoghue and the strong defensive plays by Alison Kinkel and freshman Sue
Snyder, 1982 should be a good year for the Spartan stick women.







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Cross
Country



SCORES




YORK


TEAM


YORK


MEN




WOMEN


7th


Lebanon Valley Invit.


6th


Lost


Millersville


Lost


Lost


Kutztown


Lost


Won


Spartan Alumni


-


-


John Hopkins


Lost


Won


Loyola


-


Won


Baltimore


-


Won


Salisbury


-


Won


Cheyney


-


Lost


Stockton


-


Won


Dickinson


Lost


Won


Messiah


Lost


Won


Phila. Textile


-


-


Gettysburg


Lost


Won


Baptist Bible


-


Won


Wilkes


-


Lost


Drexel Univ.


-


Lost


Juniata


Lost


Lost


Wilkes


-


Won


Allentown


Won


Won


Western Maryland


Lost


-


Franklin and Marshall


Lost


Won


King's College


-


Won


York Road Runners


-


Won


Mary Washington


Lost


Won


Virginia Commonwealth


-


Lost


Susquehanna


-


6th


Mason-Dixon Conference


-


6th


Div. Ill NCAA Qualifier


-




ROW 1: Mark Stanley, Tony Mingora, Mike Sagan, Tom Jones, Charley Stella, Ken Sanders (captain). ROW 2: Monica Deganhart, Beth Emswiler, Karen
Pedley, Mike Ortega, Ron Scifers, Daria Berkowitz, Karen Cobb, Coach )ack lacquet ABSENT: Carol Warren, Barb Smith, Rhonda Laarman.



Wrestling





OPP


YORK


Millersville


33


11


Towson


22


23


Elizabethtown


25


21


Loyola


6


51


Howard University


11


43


Gettysburg


23


22


Shippensburg


32


10


Trenton


34


9


Rutgers-Camden


6


46


Annerican University


20


21


Virginia Commonwealth


30


26


Western Maryland


20


31


Salisbury


39


6


Glassboro


38


3


Messiah


22


27





ROW 1: )eff Hammaker, )ason Yamamotto, Brian Moss, Chris Touras, Larry Gregorio, Rich Wileczek ROW 2: Fred Riley, )im Bennett, Dave Alemi,
Paul Dauscher, Coach Rich Achtzehn ROW 3: Steve Cook, Dave Snyder, Terry Daughenbaugh, )im Weiss, Mark Alessi, Doug Walker, Coach
Brook Landis.






The wrestling team suffered its first
losing season in ten years. Coach
Achtzehn's disappointment was some-
what lessened by several factors. First,
the schedule was highly competitive, in-
cluding six NCAA Division II teams and
four NCAA Division III teams which
finished in the top 20 of Division III. Se-
cond, four of the eight losses suffered
were close matches which could have
gone either way. Last, the varsity line-up
for each match consisted mainly of
freshmen, 6 to 8 a match.

In post-season competition, nine York
College wrestlers participated in the
NCAA Division III Eastern Regional Quali-
fying Tournament at Salisbury State Col-
lege. York College wrestlers had six
runners-up, and three thirds in the tour-
nament. Rich Wileczek, 2nd at 118 lbs.,
Dave Alemi, 2nd at 150 lbs., Mark Alessi,
2nd at 190 lbs. All qualified for the Na-
tional Tournament which was held in
Cleveland, Ohio.



111



Women's Basketball





OPP


YORK


Western Maryland


56


62


Spring Garden


70


58


Kutztown


63


40


Notre Dame of Baltimore


54


76


Rutgers-Camden


62


58


Gettysburg


57


66


Lincoln


62


69


Susquehanna


53


59


Lebanon Valley


29


49


Dickinson


41


48


Juniata


58


68


Elizabethtown


74


55


Franklin and Marshall


52


65


Messiah


65


63


Bucknell


55


44


Hood


37


60





ROW 1: Lisa Sterrett, Katie O'Donnoghue, Donna Hess, Kelly Lauer, Tiffany Haugh, ROW 2: Ronnie Green, Sue Snyder, Cindy Bowman, Peg
Miller, Beth Gingrich, Coach Roger Miller, ABSENT: Barb Voight, Kate Setting, Cindy Glacken,





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The Women's Basketball team had a
very successful 1980-81 season with a
10-6 record. This was impressive, but
with the whole team returning, next
year's should be even better.

Led by the hustling of Captains Donna
Hess and Katie O'Donnoghue, the team
was able to overcome their lack of size.
Also adding to the fine play and
quickness were Sue Snyder, Kelly Lauer,
Barb Voight, and Kate Setting.

The backbone of this year's team was
newcomer Cindy Bowman. She led the
team in both scoring and rebounding,
while still improving throughout the year.

One key injury that slowed down the
York Machine was the one to Cindy
Glacken. At the time of her loss, she was
scoring 13 points a game and rebounding
about 8. Look out for her return and
more success for the women next year.



Swimming



The Men's Swim Team had one of its toughest
seasons ever in 1980-81. After the loss of many
key swimmers due to graduation, then the loss
of their coach and then many potential swim-
mers deciding not to swim, became all factors
contributing to this team's problems. The re-
maining swimmers, through their dedication,
showed great possibilities in forming the
backbone for a fine team for the future.

The leading scorer for the team was freshman
Brian MacCausland who showed great strength
in the 200 and 500 freestyle events. The two
breaststrokers were Bob Herman and Chuck
Connolly. The captain of the team. Ken Nysmith,
controlled the freestyle sprints and made a good
showing through the season. The one diver
Chuck Schmidt had a winning season holding his
won against almost all competition. Covering the
distance events was the only returning swimmer
Clay Simpson and freshman Tony Mingora.





ROW 1: Elaine Brussock, Michele Peters, Colleen Fox, Donna Quinn (captain). Deb Kurtz, Kathy Zartman. ROW 2: Tony Mingora, Clay Simpson,
Ken Nysmith, Bob Herman, Coach Pat Stinson, ROW 3: Mike Sagan, Chuck Connolly, Bryan MacCausland, Chuck Schmidt.




This was the first year of a separate Women's Swim Team
and the results were very good. Although they had only
seven members, they had a winning season because of the
hard working and talented swimmers.

Senior Captain Donna Quinn has set several records on
the women's board and controlled the freestyle events.
Another senior was Deb Kurtz, who was strong in the
breaststroking events. Their loss will put a lot of pressure on
the young but tough freshmen who were hard to beat this
year.

These freshmen included Michele Peters, Judy Kane, Kathy
Zartman, and diver Colleen Fox. The outstanding point
earner was Elaine Brussock who was very strong in the but-
terfly events.





MEN


OPPONENT


WOMEN


Lost


Shepherd


Lost


Lost


Millersville


Lost





Goucher


Won


Lost


Howard





Lost


Widener


Lost


Lost


Georgetown


Won





Hood


Won


Lost


Towson





Lost


Western Maryland


Lost





Immaculata


Won


Lost


Loyola


Won


Lost


Ursinus

COED MEETS




Won


Kutztown


Won


Won


Elizabethtown


Won


Won


Salisbury


Won


Lost


Susquehanna


Lost



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Men's Basketball

The York College Spartan Basketball team
completed Its best season ever with a 14-12
record. This fine record was posted even
though injuries sidelined key players during
the year. Starting forward Quez Crawford
missed the last 17 games, starting guards Cor-
nell Chappell missed 4 and Kenny Riddick
missed 5; all due to knee injuries. With these
injuries, the excellent play of the reserves was
a key factor in the Spartan's winning season. A
noteworthy statistic is that against Division III
schools, York posted a 11-5 record.

This was also a year for many individual
achievements. Captain Al Moyer set game
and season rebounding records. Al gathered
19 rebounds against Lock Haven and 228 for
the season. Ken Riddick added to his list of
records scoring 23.2 average per game. Kenny
has established three career records: most
points (1447), most field goals (593), and free
throws than all players of York College history.
Sophomore Gary Johnson set a season field
goal percentage record going 116 for 213
(.545).





ROW 1: Steve Walston (manager), Troy Retry, Eric Morris, Troy Bell, Cornell Chappell, Mike Mullarkey, ROW 2: Dave Chappel, Tom Shay, Mike
McClure, Francis Crawford (captain), Gary Johnson, Al Moyer (captain). Bob Coble, Ken Riddick, Coach leff Camber.






Scores



Team


OPP


YORK




)ohn Hopkins


67


78




Messiah


84


96




Elizabethtown


70


94




Catholic Univ.


89


81




St. Thomas Aquinas


75


73




Spring Garden


64


90




Lycoming


79


85




Loyola


82


74




Rutgers-Camden


81


59




Gettysburg


93


70




Lock Haven


71


84




York, NY


84


108




Millersville


69


68




Shenandoah


69


77


OT


Penn St. -Capital


86


102




Spring Garden


71


72




Susquehanna


77


68




Allentown


85


86


OT


Mt. St. Mary's


88


67




Shippensburg


54


53




Shenandoah


88


96


OT


Juniata


59


62


OT


Mary Washington


95


87




Lock Haven


74


72


OT


Messiah


70


73


OT


Salisbury


86


91





Track

and
Field





TRACK SCORES




YORK




OPP


33


Messiah


90


15


Susquehanna


130


81.5


John Hopkins


91.5


81.5


Mary Washington





116


Elizabethtown


28


68


Western Maryland


76



The Spartan track team had its problems this year, with the
main one being lack of members. With only 27 men, it was
tough to field a quality team. But the trackmen were able to
win two of their six meets. Though the team's future does look
brighter because of the fact that the team will lose only one
graduating senior, unfortunately that senior is Kenny Sanders.
Kenny was named this year's Most Valuable Track and Field
Performer and has been a leader for the Spartan Footmen for
four years. Kenny's shoes will certainly be hard to fill.

But with the return of many key members such as Steve


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