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Athlete of the Week: Francis Eddy-Harvey ’21

Swarthmore Men’s Soccer player Francis Eddy-Harvey ’21 scored his first career goal on Saturday against Dickinson, and it couldn’t have come at a better time. With Swarthmore losing 2-1 with around two minutes to go, Eddy-Harvey netted an equalizer that sent the game into overtime and secured a draw for the Garnet. The draw pulled… Keep Reading

Columns/Sports

An Athlete’s Perspective on Athletic Attendance

It’s doubtful that a Big Ten-esque, tailgate Saturday, type of environment was a top priority in the college decision making process for most Swatties. None of us opened our Swarthmore acceptance letter and immediately had visions of being in a crowd of students, decked out in Garnet gear, cheering wildly on the sidelines of some… Keep Reading

Sports

Eagles Football: 2017 Season Profile

For many people, the brisk Autumn winds bring the scent of caramel apples, the crunch of fallen leaves, and the warmth of woolen scarves. Everyone has their reasons for loving this special season. Needless to say, for a majority of Americans, fall means one thing; football. Swarthmore students are lucky enough to be located just… Keep Reading

Fall/Season/Sports

Men’s Club Soccer Profile

While the Swarthmore varsity soccer teams are set to begin their conference campaigns, another competitive soccer team at Swarthmore has begun its season in earnest. Four matches into its 10 game season, the Men’s Club Soccer Team has posted a 2-2 record to date. Despite the team’s .500 record, which equals its mark from all… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Sports

Athlete of the Week: Riya Garg ’19

Field hockey player and Westlake Village, CA native Riya Garg has lead the team to a fantastic start in the 2017 season. Coming off of a stellar 2016 season in which she started every game she played, Garg has already registered two assists and a goal in the first three games of the year. The… Keep Reading

Sports

Athletes and Administration Team Up to Assist with Harvey

While many students eagerly left their homes for another semester at Swarthmore, leaving home was particularly challenging for a select few students, both logistically and emotionally. On the evening of Friday, Aug. 25th, Hurricane Harvey made landfall in southeast Texas as a violent Category 4 hurricane, causing billions of dollars of estimated damage, and unfortunately… Keep Reading

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