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Men’s, Women’s Tennis Crush Conference Foes

Both the Swarthmore men’s and women’s tennis teams handily won their first Centennial Conference matches of the season this week, taking down Ursinus and Muhlenberg, respectively, both by a score of 9-0. The men, ranked 27th nationally, improved their overall record to 4-5 in the win over the Bears. Contributing with particularly strong performances were… Keep Reading


Swat Swimmers Reflect on Four Years

Swarthmore swimming honored its seniors during Saturday’s senior day meet at Ware Pool against Dickinson, with exciting, competitive swimming between two evenly matched teams. While the men managed a hard-fought 111-94 victory, the women fell to the Red Devils by the even more narrow margin of 104-101. More importantly, the day was remembered for its… Keep Reading

Jacob Phillips

Jacob Phillips Sr., Cross Country, Fort Wayne, Ind. WHAT HE’S DONE: Placed 57th at NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships out of a field of 276 runners. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: Finishing 57th at Nationals with a 25:22 GOALS FOR TRACK SEASON: Break the school records in the 5k and 10k and qualify for Nationals FAVORITE CROSS… Keep Reading


So Sweet: Men’s Soccer Into NCAA Sectionals

The Swarthmore men’s soccer team turned in a pair of dominating performances this weekend at Clothier Field, advancing to the sectional round of the NCAA Division III National Championships. The Garnet, seeded fourth in their region, defeated thirteenth seed Albertus Magnus on Saturday, 3-0. Just 24 hours later, Swarthmore beat fifth-seeded Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)… Keep Reading


Men’s Soccer Stumbles in Conference Final

The #15/19 men’s soccer team may have just finished the best Centennial Conference season in program history, going unbeaten with an 8-0-1 record, but records don’t matter when you reach tournament play. And in the Centennial final, the men faltered when it mattered most, falling to rival Haverford 1-0 with the conference’s automatic NCAA tournament… Keep Reading

Brett McLarney

Brett McLarney Lowell, Mass. / St. John’s WHAT HE’S DONE: Scored the game-winning goal against Haverford in the third minute to clinch the Centennial Conference regular season title and home-field advantage through the conference tournament. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: Pizza buffet after the Washington College game. Mmm. Delish. GOALS FOR POSTSEASON: Well I have two main… Keep Reading


Late Flurry of Goals Buries Hopkins

The No. 11/12 Swarthmore men’s soccer team (11-1-2, 6-0-1 CC) remained undefeated in October, fighting its way to a come-from-behind victory against a Johns Hopkins squad that proved to be much stronger than its 5-7-2 record. The win extended the Garnet’s unbeaten streak to eight, dating back to a Sep. 19 loss to Stevens Institute… Keep Reading

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