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Volleyball Advances into ECAC Tournament

The Swarthmore College volleyball team earned its fourth consecutive ECAC Tournament berth on Monday. In a testament to their successful season, the Garnet (19-6, 8-2 Centennial Conference) earned the third seed in the eight-team tournament, meaning that they played host to sixth-seeded Delaware Valley (17-9) on Wednesday night. The volleyball team will join field hockey… 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


Women’s Soccer Prepares for Centennial Playoffs

After concluding the regular season with a scoreless tie against Haverford on Saturday, the Swarthmore woman’s soccer team (11-5-1, 6-3-1 Centennial Conference) moved on to the postseason. The Garnet’s conference record was good for a tie for 4th place with Muhlenberg College (8-8-2, 6-3-1 Conference). However, since the Mules defeated Swarthmore in their sole match… 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


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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