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Athlete of the week: Tess Wild ’19

Swarthmore women’s lacrosse has been off to a hot start this season. The team’s record currently stands at 4-0 as their season’s pace kicks up, with conference play beginning next week. Tess Wild ʼ19 has been key to the Garnet’s success so far. The junior from Warminster, Pa. leads the team in both goals and… Keep Reading

Sports/Spring/Women

Softball travels to Florida for Spring Break

“Saddle up, saddle up,” shouted Swarthmore softball’s bench as the Edgewood pitcher began her windup to batter Kennedy Kings ’20. Kings had celebrated her twentieth birthday the day before at a Texas Roadhouse with the tradition of having the birthday girl ride a saddle while the whole restaurant yells “saddle up,” so naturally the team… Keep Reading

Athlete of the week: Daniel Belkin ’19

Daniel Belkin ’19 had another incredible performance at the Centennial Conference Championships two weekends ago at Ursinus College. Belkin, who is from Florence, Mass. participates in the high and long jump for his main events. He propelled the men’s track and field team to a third place finish in the Championships with 85 points, finishing… Keep Reading

Sports/Women

Women’s lacrosse rolls into the 2018 season

Swarthmore women’s lacrosse had their first game of the 2018 season this past Monday, resulting in their first win of the season. With less than a month until conference play begins, women’s lacrosse is using every non-conference game to help them prepare for the upcoming season. Having lost only one senior last year, women’s lacrosse… Keep Reading

Men/Sports/Winter

Will this be another historic season for men’s basketball?

The Swarthmore men’s basketball team has had a strong and exciting year so far that will hopefully end in yet another Centennial Conference Championship and the chance to compete in the NCAA National Championship Tournament. Their current 18-3 conference record has them in a three-way tie with Johns Hopkins and Franklin and Marshall. With only… Keep Reading

Men/Season/Sports

Understanding Spin Rate And Baseball’s Tech Upgrade

Over the past several years, the art of throwing a baseball has undergone some pretty drastic changes. When it comes to both training and mechanics — the actual technique used to throw a pitch — a new wave of science and technology has arrived that has replaced some traditional methods. For the last century, the… Keep Reading

Men/Season/Sports/Winter/Women

Garnet Swimming: The Road to the Championship

With the start of spring sports just around the corner, winter sports like swimming are really beginning to pick up their intensity in this second half of their season. With only three meets left before the Centennial Conference Championship meet, both the men’s and women’s swim teams are looking towards another great ending to their… Keep Reading

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