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Star Athlete, Star GPA

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Men’s basketball team of York College is set to play at the Capital Athletic Conference Championship on February 24. According to York Dispatch, the Spartans made their way to the finals after a 75-59 win against Salisbury at the Charles Wolf Gymnasium inside the Grumbacher Center on February 22. Here is the scoreboard:

  • Matt Samuffo led the Spartans with 19 points. This includes a 5-for-9 effort from 3-point range.
  • Jason Bady added 15 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists for York, going 5 for 7 from the field.
  • Dalton Myers and Blayde Reich each added 11 points for the winners.
  • York improved to 22-4, while Salisbury dropped to 18-9.

The report added that Spartans will travel to Christopher Newport on February 24 for the championship game. As for the other semifinal last Saturday, CNU beat Mary Washington, 90-74. The said teams will split their regular season and on a brighter side, Dalton Myers and Matt Scamuffo have earned CoSIDA District IV Academic honors. They were only team members that earned the recognition.


Let’s talk about academics. Dalton Myers is reportedly a graduate student, earning already his undergraduate Biology degree. He achieved a 3.73 GPA for his undergraduate degree. On the other hand, he owned a 3.66 GPA for his first semester in masters of business administration. Myers has been a member of York College Dean’s List seven times, College Athletic Honor Roll member four times and CAC all-academic selection four times.Check out Papa Survey official website for more inquiries.

Furthermore, Matt Scamuffo is a senior student who shines brighter with 3.73 GPA as a mathematics major. He has been Dean’s List member as well four times, CAC All-academic selection three times, and York College Athletic Honor Roll three times.

District IV includes all of Pennsylvania. A student-athlete must be at least a sophomore with a 3.30 or higher cumulative GPA and a starter or significant reserve in order to be qualified for nomination.