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Lacrosse Teams Travel to Prepare for Conference Play

While most students departed for their personal spring break vacations, both the Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse teams embarked on the long-awaited spring break trips to the warmer weather of the South. After a blowout 17-2 victory over DeSales University on the frigid rain-soaked, frigid Clothier Field, the next day, March 4, the women’s team travelled… Keep Reading

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Women’s Tennis Heads South For Texas

While some sports teams play a few easier teams over spring break, the Women’s Tennis team traveled to Texas to take on some nationally ranked powerhouses and managed to play right along with them. Taking a break from the wintery weather of the North, the Women’s Tennis team played Southwestern University, #39 University of Texas-Tyler,… Keep Reading

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Spring Break Brings Success For Swat Softball

Swarthmore’s Softball Team kicked their season off in full gear during their spring break trip to Fort Myers, Florida. The team started the trip on March 5 with an early double-header. Stellar pitching from Emily Bowman ’18 led the team to a dominating 8-0 victory over Albion College. Bowman had nine strikeouts in the outing… Keep Reading

Men/Sports/Women

2016 Spring Sports Preview

Men’s Tennis: Even with a starting singles lineup composed of solely underclassmen (five freshmen and one sophomore), men’s tennis (13-6, 8-1 CC) put together the best 2015 campaign of any spring team. Though the team lost in the Centennial Conference championship to Johns Hopkins, the Garnet went undefeated against the other conference teams and was… Keep Reading

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Both Men’s and Women’s Tennis Qualify for Playoffs

Both Swarthmore tennis teams earned spots in the Centennial Conference playoffs by virtue of their impressive regular seasons. The women blew through the Centennial Conference in the regular season, winning their first nine matches before falling Saturday to Johns Hopkins. Meanwhile, the men’s team earned the Conference’s number four seed. The women’s team thoroughly dominated… Keep Reading

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Women’s Lacrosse Rolls over Muhlenberg, Dickinson

Coach Karen Borbee picks up 200th Career Victory The Swarthmore women’s lacrosse team put an abrupt halt to their three game Centennial Conference losing streak by picking up two key victories last week on their home turf at Clothier Field. Swarthmore’s victories give the team a 4-3 Centennial Conference record, putting the squad in the… Keep Reading

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Strong Pitching Leads Softball to Wins Over Widener, Arcadia

Led by strong pitching and good defense, the Swarthmore softball team has had an exciting season, playing in multiple one-run games and experiencing significant success, as shown by their 18-14 record. The pitching staff has posted an impressive 2.82 ERA thus far this season, led by Melissa O’Connor ’14, who has a 10-5 record and… Keep Reading

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Garnet Look to Build on Impressive Start

Riding a 6-2 record from eight games during spring break, one could understand if the softball team needed a bit of a rest.  But that will come later.  For now, the Garnet have picked up where they left off, playing another six games in just five days in doubleheaders against Rutgers-Newark, PSU-Berks, and Muhlenberg.  Swarthmore… Keep Reading

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