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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


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’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


Swimming Smashes Records at Conferences

Although neither the men’s nor the women’s swimming teams returned home with the championships that they had hoped for, several Swarthmore swimmers set school records and earned individual accolades. In the Centennial Conference Championships, held at Franklin & Marshall, the men’s team finished in sixth place, while the women came in fifth. On the men’s… Keep Reading


Relays Highlight Track and Field Championships

It was truly a team effort at the Centennial Conference Championships, held last weekend at Ursinus, last weekend for the Garnet track and field teams.  Both the men and women closed out the indoor season led by tremendous performances by relay squads. On the women’s side, three different relays scored for Swarthmore.  The 4×800 meter… Keep Reading

Jason Heo

Athlete of the Week: Jason Heo Soph., Track and Field, Newburgh, Ind. What He’s Done: Tied program records in the 60 meter dash (7.48) and 60 meter high hurdles (9.21) to lead the Garnet at Haverford’s Keogh Invitational. Favorite Career Moment: Running PRs every meet this season in the hurdles wasn’t something that I expected… Keep Reading


Swarthmore Basketball Sends Seniors Out in Style

Being the visiting team at senior day is never an easy task. The emotions of the players combined with the increased attendance make the already difficult challenge of winning on the road even more perilous. After proving this by upsetting the regionally ranked, Centennial Conference regular season champion Franklin & Marshall on their own senior… Keep Reading

Athlete of the Week/Men/Sports/Winter

Joe Keedy

Athlete of the Week: Joe Keedy Jr., Basketball, Petoskey, Mich. What He’s Done: Scored 23 points to lead the Garnet to a Senior Day upset of first-place Franklin & Marshall, earning a spot on the d3Hoops.com National Team of the Week. Favorite Career Moment:  Beating F&M Saturday.  The win was an awesome way to send… Keep Reading

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