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During Fall Break, Garnet Hit the Road

  The Garnet athletic teams didn’t take a break from competition last week, as every team had at least one major event. For the cross-country and field hockey teams, this sets up a thrilling finish to the regular season on Saturday. Both the men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed in the Princeton Invitational on Oct… Keep Reading

Peter Maxted

Peter Maxted Port Washington, N.Y. / Paul Schreiber WHAT HE’S DONE: Ranks first in the Centennial Conference in save percentage (.854) and goals against average (.56), leading the Garnet to an undefeated record in conference play thus far. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: Our win against Hopkins last weekend. To be able to go on the road… Keep Reading

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Men’s Soccer Bounces Back from Tough Week

Last week, the Swarthmore College men’s soccer team rebounded from a rough two-game stretch with wins over Centennial foes Muhlenberg and McDaniel to remain tied with Dickinson atop the conference table. A stunning 2-1 overtime loss to Stevens on September 19 and a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Dickinson on the 22nd were disappointing results for… Keep Reading

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Men’s, Women’s Tennis Are Strong in Tournament Play

The Swarthmore men’s and women’s tennis teams each had successful weekends, winning several matches in elimination-style tournament play. The men hosted the Tim Berman Invitational and sent players to the Saint Joseph’s Invitational, while the women competed in the USTA-ITA Southeast Regional Woman’s Championship, held at the University of Mary Washington. The men sent Irving… Keep Reading

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