Weekend Recap

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Men’s Cross Country

This past Saturday in Logan Township, NJ, Swarthmore men’s cross country competed in the NCAA Metro Regional Championship. Scoring 116 points, the Garnet finished in third place. On Sunday, the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Track and Field and Cross Country Committee announced that two members of the Swarthmore men’s cross country team qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships this coming Saturday, Nov. 20, in Louisville, KY. 

Notable Players: Aidan Cantine ’23 was the first Garnet to cross the finish line this past weekend and qualified for the NCAA National Championships. Atticus Hempel ’25 also qualified for the National Championships.

Women’s Cross Country

Swarthmore women’s cross country finished second out of twenty-four teams this past Saturday at the NCAA Metro Regional Championship. Finishing with 102 points, the Garnet assumed the runner-up position after Haverford’s 88 points. Five of Swarthmore’s team were named in the Metro All-Region team and two members of the team qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships this coming Saturday, Nov. 20, in Louisville, KY. 

Notable Players: Nora Blodgett ’22, Rose Teszler ’23, Emma Novak ’22, Cat Crochunis-Brown ’23, and Alina Irvine ’25 were named to the Metro All-Region team. Blodgett and Teszler qualified for the NCAA Division III National Championships.

Men’s Soccer

Swarthmore: 0, Stevens: 1

After receiving a bid for the NCAA Tournament, Swarthmore men’s soccer traveled to Boston, MA, this past weekend to face Stevens Tech. After a goalless first half and a mid-game weather delay, Stevens scored in the 88th minute and the Garnet was unable to recover. Swarthmore men’s soccer concluded their season with an 11-5-2 record. 

Notable Players: Charley Ward ’22 tallied four shots. Antonio Callegari ’24 and Bless Tumushabe ’23 both recorded one shot. 

Men’s Basketball

Swarthmore: 73, Scranton: 67

In their second game of the Scranton Invitational, Swarthmore men’s basketball improved their record to 2-0, defeating Scranton this past Saturday. Maintaining their lead from the first half, the Garnet finished the game with a score of 73-67. Swarthmore men’s basketball will next face Widener University in Tarble Pavilion on Saturday, Nov. 20. 

Notable Players: Vinny DeAngelo ’24 recorded twenty-nine points and earned Tournament MVP honors. Michael Caprise ’24 was named to the All-Tournament team. Matt Mulvey ’25 and Conor Harkins ’22 each tallied nine points. 

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