Weekly Recap

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Baseball

Swarthmore baseball faced Ramapo in a doubleheader on Saturday, March 26. The Garnet played two close games against Ramapo, earning one win and one loss.

Swarthmore: 8, Ramapo: 7

Notable players: Luke Mutz ’22 went three-for-four with three RBIs. Matthew Silvestre ’25 and Max Roffwarg ’25 also contributed three RBIs each. Edward Berry ’24 earned the win, pitching six innings. 

Swarthmore: 7, Ramapo: 8

Notable players: Matthew Silvestre ’25 went three-for-five at the plate with five RBIs and a grand slam. 

Swarthmore 10, Arcadia: 19

The Garnet lost a high-scoring game to Arcadia on Tuesday, March 29. Despite scoring five runs in the first inning and leading Arcadia for the first five innings of the game, the Garnet could not match Arcadia’s offense late in the game.

Notable players: Matthew Silvestre ’25 went three-for-four with three RBIs. Paul Cooke ’22 added a homerun and three RBIs. Max Roffwarg ’25 added a homerun and two RBIs.

Men’s Golf

Swarthmore men’s golf competed in the McDaniel Invitation this past weekend, tying for fifth place out of seventeen teams and earning a score of 641. 

Notable players: Ankur Malik ’22 led the Garnet in scoring with a score of 156 and tying for seventh place overall. 

Men’s Lacrosse

Swarthmore: 7, Dickinson: 11

On Saturday, March 26, Swarthmore men’s lacrosse fell in a Centennial Conference game against Dickinson.

Notable players: Von Mabbs ’24 led the scoring with four goals and one assist. 

Swarthmore: 8, Muhlenberg: 11

The Garnet fell in their second Centennial Conference match of the season in an away game against Muhlenberg in Allentown, PA, on Wednesday, March 30. The Garnet now posts a 6-4 record.

Notable players: Jackson Brosgol ’24 and Carter Strauch ’24 led the team in scoring with two goals apiece. 

Women’s Lacrosse  

Swarthmore: 16, Dickinson: 8

Swarthmore women’s lacrosse earned a victory over Dickinson on Saturday, March 26, with an impressive offensive performance. 

Notable players: Eleanor Miller ’22 led the scoring with four goals and one assist. Emma Holub ’23 added three goals. Helen Stafford ’24 had ten saves in goal. 

Swarthmore: 18, Neumann: 2

The Garnet defeated Neumann on Wednesday, March 30, with another explosive display of offense. The team’s record improves to 6-1.

Notable players: Emma Holub ’23, Eleanor Miller ’22, and Isabela Bloomquist ’25 led the offense with three goals apiece. Helen Stafford ’24 had nine saves in goal. 

Men’s Tennis

Swarthmore: 7, Stevens: 2

Swarthmore men’s tennis, currently ranked No. 29, earned a victory over Stevens on Saturday, March 26. The Garnet won all singles matches.

Notable players: Charley Force ’24 and Rushil Patel ’24 earned a win in second doubles. Force earned a victory in first singles, and Patel earned a victory in third singles. Kevin Jiang ’25 earned a victory in second singles. 

Swarthmore: 6, Christopher Newport: 3

The Garnet defeated No. 40 Christopher Newport on Sunday, March 27.

Notable players: John Nichols-Daly ’22 and Grant Dill ’23 won first doubles. Charley Force ’24 won first singles.

Women’s Tennis

Swarthmore: 8, Dickinson: 1

Swarthmore women’s tennis earned a decisive victory in a Centennial Conference matchup against Dickinson on Saturday, March 26. The Garnet won all doubles matches. 

Notable players: Sonia Varma ’22 and Erica Stutz ’24 won first doubles. Nathalie Williams ’25 won second singles. 

Swarthmore: 6, Haverford: 3

The Garnet headed into Wednesday night’s Centennial Conference matchup ranked No. 26. The team defeated No. 35 Haverford 6-3 on March 30 at home.

Notable players: Jenny Lewis ’24 won first singles 6-2, 6-1. Nathalie Williams ’25 won second singles 6-3, 6-3. Crystal Xu ’23 and Nathalie Williams ’25 won first doubles.

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