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Conference title the only goal for Garnet baseball

Coming off a strong season that ended just short of the postseason, the Swarthmore men’s baseball team comes into 2012 looking to take the next step. After a 2010 season in which the Garnet made the Centennial Conference playoffs for the first time in the program’s history, last year’s team went 20-14 overall but just… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Sports

Michael Giannangeli

WHAT HE’S DONE: Giannangeli scored a career-high 19 points, including 11 in the second half, in Swarthmore season-ending win over Haverford. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: Beating Haverford and setting my career high on Senior Day. It was an incredible way to end my basketball career. WHAT HE’LL MISS MOST: My teammates. Our motto this year has… Keep Reading


Underclassmen highlight Championships performance

Despite finishing outside of the top three at last weekend’s conference championships hosted at Gettysburg College, both the Swarthmore College men’s and women’s swimming teams put the rest of the Centennial on notice with phenomenal showings from its underclassmen. The classes of ’14 and ’15 combined for 24 of the Garnet’s 25 medals on the… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Sports

Elle Larsen

WHAT SHE’S DONE: Larsen led the Garnet with 16 points and added seven rebounds against Franklin & Marshall. FAVORITE MOMENT OF THE SEASON: Beating Haverford on their home court. It was the best game that we played all year, and it was a ton of fun! GOALS FOR NEXT YEAR: To make the conference playoffs, improve my foul shooting percentage and get more rebounds.… Keep Reading


Men’s basketball follows F&M loss with heartbreaker

In their first game since the Swarthmore men’s basketball team picked up their long-awaited second win, the Garnet’s hopes of beginning a winning streak halted with a 77-59 loss to conference-leading Franklin & Marshall on Saturday afternoon. The victory clinched the top seed in the conference for the Diplomats, giving them home-court advantage throughout the… Keep Reading


Track & field team shows what it’s made of in BU meet

Facing stiff competition at last weekend’s Boston University Valentine Invitational, Swarthmore’s track and field teams rose to the occasion, breaking two school records and several other personal records as well. The meet, which included athletes from all NCAA divisions and competitive running clubs, featured the toughest competition Swarthmore will likely see all season. The Garnet,… Keep Reading

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