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Men’s Basketball beats Dickinson, crowned CC Champs

Seattle’s CenturyLink Field is known as being one of the loudest sports venues in the world. Tarble Pavilion just might have given it a run for its money this past Friday and Saturday as the Men’s Basketball team competed for and won the Centennial Conference championship for the first time in school history. Tarble was… Keep Reading

Women

Women’s Swim 2016-2017 Season In Review

This past weekend, the Women’s Swim Team competed in the Centennial Conference Championships at Franklin & Marshall to culminate their 2016-2017 season. The weekend was filled with nerves and challenges, but the team performed well, finishing as one of the top three teams in the conference. Ashley Hwang ’18, a butterfly and breaststroke competitor for… Keep Reading

Men

Swat Swim Looks to Conference Championships

Men’s Basketball is not the only team that has an opportunity to bring a championship back to Swarthmore this winter season. Men’s Swimming had a great regular season record, going 7-1, and is heading into the Centennial Conference Championship Meet this weekend. The team has a good chance at capturing the conference title as they… Keep Reading

Men

Men’s Basketball Blows Blue Jays Away

For those of you who did not make it out to the men’s basketball game this Saturday, you missed out on a packed senior day filled with phenomenal basketball. As if a tribute to their seniors’ last home game, the Men’s Basketball team obliterated Johns Hopkins University by a final score of 70-48. Usually, basketball… Keep Reading

Season/Sports/Winter

A grand week for the Garnet

When Elle Larsen was fouled attempting a shot early on in last Thursday’s game at Johns Hopkins, the junior forward stepped to the line knowing that more than just a couple of free throws were on the line. Having already scored points 998 and 999 in the game’s opening minutes, Larsen stood just one point… Keep Reading

Season/Sports/Winter/Women

Women’s Basketball Makes History

The Swarthmore women’s basketball team continued to surprise this week, rolling over Marywood, Washington and Jefferson and Moravian en route to the program’s first ever ECAC Championship. With the victories, Swarthmore concluded its season with a 23-7 record, an astounding 14 win improvement from 2011-12. The team’s 67-62 championship game victory Sunday over top-seeded tournament… Keep Reading

Supriya Davis

Athlete of the Week: Supriya Davis Soph., Swimming, Chapel Hill, N.C. What She’s Done: Was named Outstanding Performer of the Centennial Conference Championships for the second year running for winning the 100 and 200 butterfly in NCAA B qualifying times, while helping the 200 medley relay to a Conference and school record time of 1:48.81.… Keep Reading

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