Swarthmore: 54, McDaniel: 39
Swarthmore women’s basketball picked up its twelfth victory of the season in a home game against McDaniel last Thursday, Feb. 10. The Garnet scored seventeen points in the first quarter and never surrendered the lead.
Notable players: Dana Bandurick ’23 led the scoring with 21 points and thirteen rebounds. T Sallie ’25 scored nine points with two three-pointers and four rebounds. Kim Kockenmeister ’23 added eight points.
Swarthmore: 89, Bryn Mawr: 16
The Garnet extended their win streak to four games with a decisive victory at Bryn Mawr on Saturday, Feb. 12, with every player on the roster contributing points to the effort.
Notable players: Alyssa Hayashi ’25 scored a team-high eighteen points. Dana Bandurick ’23 scored fourteen points and added sixteen rebounds. Kim Kockenmeister ’23 contributed twelve points to the Garnet’s impressive offensive performance.
Swarthmore: 40, Haverford: 55
The Garnet fell in a home game against Haverford on Wednesday, Feb. 16. The team now posts a 13-10 record with two more Centennial Conference matchups remaining in the season. The Garnet faces Bryn Mawr at home on Thursday, Feb. 17 and Gettysburg on Saturday, Feb. 19.
Notable players: Alyssa Hayashi ’25 led the team with fifteen points and ten rebounds. Dana Bandurick ’25 added ten points and three rebounds.
Swarthmore: 85, McDaniel: 49
Swarthmore men’s basketball, entering the week ranked twenty-first in the nation by D3hoops.com, earned its nineteenth win of the season while away at McDaniel this past Saturday.
Notable players: Conor Harkins ’22 and Vinny DeAngelo ’24 each scored a team-high thirteen points. George Visconti ’23 added ten points, and Michael Caprise ’24 added six points and six rebounds.
Swarthmore: 87, Haverford: 66
The Garnet’s dominant offense continued with a win over Haverford on Wednesday, Feb. 16. The team now posts a 20-4 record with only one Centennial Conference game left in the season to be played against Gettysburg on Saturday, Feb. 19.
Notable players: Michael Caprise ’24 and Vinny DeAngelo ’24 led the team with fifteen points each. Caprise added nine rebounds. George Visconti ’23 scored thirteen points.