Swarthmore: 12, Ursinus: 2
Swarthmore baseball earned its seventh consecutive win to complete the sweep against Ursinus on Friday, April 22, in Collegeville, PA. The Garnet was strong at the plate with fourteen hits and twelve runs scored, and five pitchers teamed up to hold Ursinus to only two runs scored.
Notable players: Luke Mutz ’22 went three-for-four at the plate with a double, a triple, three runs scored, and an RBI. Austin Burgess ’23 went two-for-four with a double and three RBIs.
Swarthmore: 6, McDaniel: 8
The Garnet lost an away game matchup against McDaniel on Saturday, April 23. McDaniel led 6-1 after the third inning, but the Garnet caught up in the top of the seventh before McDaniel retook the lead in the bottom of the seventh.
Notable players: Max Roffwarg ’25 went two-for-three. Luke Mutz ’22 and Michael Sepe ’22 each hit a triple.
Swarthmore: 12, McDaniel: 10
The Garnet evened the series with McDaniel in the second game of the doubleheader on Saturday, April 23, by notching eighteen hits in the game and playing a clean defense with no errors. Six Garnet athletes had multiple hits in the game.
Notable players: Paul Cooke ’22 went four-for-five with four RBIs and a home run. Max Roffwarg ’25 went three-for-three with an RBI and two walks.
Swarthmore: 11, Muhlenberg: 6
The Garnet bested Muhlenberg with a score of 11-6 in a home game matchup on Tuesday, April 26. With the win, the Garnet clinched a berth to the Centennial Conference tournament. The Garnet continues the series at Muhlenberg on Friday, April 29, and the team now posts a 19-16 record.
Notable players: Matthew Silvestre ’25 went three-for-three with two RBIs and a double. Austin Burgess ’23 went two-for-four with a home run and three RBIs.
Swarthmore golf concluded its season this past weekend on April 24, at the Centennial Conference Championships in Hershey, PA. The Garnet finished in fourth place.
Notable players: Gyan Bains ’23 tied for sixth place to lead the Garnet. Ankur Malik ’22 took tenth place, and Michael Brown ’22 took eleventh place for the Garnet.
Swarthmore: 12, Haverford: 11
Swarthmore men’s lacrosse ended the regular season with a thrilling 12-11 win over Haverford in overtime on Saturday, April 23. The team now posts a 9-7 record.
Notable players: Michael Hardiman ’25 and Von Mabbs ’24 led the team in scoring with three goals apiece.
Swarthmore: 12, Haverford: 18
Swarthmore women’s lacrosse lost a home game matchup on Saturday, April 23. Despite a strong second quarter, the Garnet was unable to match Haverford’s potent offense.
Notable players: Eleanor Miller ’22 and Kyra Hall ’22 led the team in scoring with three goals apiece.
Swarthmore: 6, Washington: 15
The Garnet fell in an away game to Washington on Wednesday, April 27. The team now posts an 8-6 record.
Notable athletes: Emma Holub ’23 scored a goal in the first quarter for the Garnet.
Swarthmore: 8, Ursinus: 3
Swarthmore: 8, Ursinus: 0
Swarthmore softball picked up two victories in a doubleheader against Ursinus on Thursday, April 21. The Garnet’s strong offense propelled them to an 8-3 victory in the first game and an 8-0 victory in the second game.
Notable players: In the first game, Alexandra Simon ’24 went three-for-four with three RBIs, a double, and a home run, and Maya Estrera ’25 added three RBIs and a home run. Gwen Glatz ’22 pitched the complete first game for the Garnet to earn the win. In the second game, Simon went two-for-three with a home run and four RBIs, and Meg Ozawa ’23 pitched a complete game shutout.
Swarthmore: 3, McDaniel: 2
Swarthmore: 3, McDaniel: 0
Swarthmore softball won its third consecutive Centennial Conference series in a doubleheader at home against McDaniel on Saturday, April 23.
Notable players: In the first game, Alexandra Simon ’24 went two-for-four with a double and drove in the game-winning run to end the game in a walk-off fashion, and Gwen Glatz ’22 pitched a complete game win with six strikeouts. In the second game, Olivia McClammy ’25 went two-for-two with a double, and Meg Ozawa ’23 pitched a two-hit shutout with five strikeouts.
Swarthmore: 9, Haverford: 1
Swarthmore: 8, Haverford: 0
The Garnet won two games in a doubleheader in run-rule fashion against Haverford on Tuesday, April 26. The Garnet’s dominant offense and pitching in the series propelled the team to clinch the first seed in the Centennial Conference tournament and earn the most wins in a season in program history. The team now posts a 24-4 record.
Notable players: Sam Hastings ’23 went three-for-three in the first game with three RBIs and a double, and Emily Betrand ’25 went one-for-two with a home run and four RBIs. Gwen Glatz ’22 earned the win in the circle for the Garnet, surrendering only one hit to Haverford. In the second game, Hastings went two-for-two with two RBIs and a double, and Meg Ozawa ’23 pitched a one-hit shutout.
Swarthmore: 9, Dickinson: 0
Swarthmore men’s tennis swept Dickinson 9-0 on Saturday, April 23 at home. The Garnet won all singles and doubles matches to earn the win.
Notable players: Grant Dill ’23 and Rushil Patel ’24 won first doubles 8-4. Kevin Jiang ’25 won first singles 6-3, 6-3, and John Nichols-Daly ’22 won second singles 7-6, 6-1.
Swarthmore: 7, Washington: 2
The Garnet defeated Washington 7-2 on Tuesday, April 26. The Garnet now ranks No. 32 in the nation with a 14-5 overall record in a 7-0 record in the Centennial Conference.
Notable players: Kevin Jiang ’25 won first singles, and Rushil Patel ’24 won second singles.
Swarthmore: 9, Bryn Mawr: 0
Swarthmore earned the sweep over Bryn Mawr with a score of 9-0 in an away game matchup at Bryn Mawr on Friday, April 22.
Notable players: Nathalie Williams ’25 and Crystal Xu ’23 won first doubles 8-0. Williams won first singles 6-0, 6-0, and Oviya Kumaran ’24 won second singles 6-0, 6-0.
Swarthmore: 9, Gettysburg: 0
The Garnet continued victoriously in Centennial Conference play with a 9-0 win over Gettysburg on Saturday, April 23.
Notable players: Nathalie Williams ’25 and Crystal Xu ’23 won first doubles 8-6. Sonia Varma ’22 won first singles 6-1, 6-2, and Erica Stutz ’24 won second singles 6-1, 6-3.
Swarthmore: 9, Muhlenberg: 0
Swarthmore defeated Muhlenberg 9-0 on Wednesday, April 27. The Garnet now posts a 13-1 record and an 8-0 record in the Centennial Conference.
Notable players: Oviya Kumaran ’24 and Spencer Watts ’24 won first doubles 8-3. Jenny Lewis ’24 won first singles 6-0, 6-0.
Men’s Track & Field
Swarthmore men’s track & field competed in the Widener Invitational this past weekend from April 22-23. Garnet athletes highlighted the weekend with several personal bests.
Notable athletes: Aidan Cantine ’23 took third place in the 1500 meter run with a time of 3:52.85 and achieved a personal best.
Women’s Track & Field
Swarthmore women’s track & field competed in the Widener Invitational this past weekend with several top twenty finishes and personal bests.
Notable athletes: Nora Blodgett ’22 took first place in the steeplechase with a time of 11:08.76. Rose Teszler ’23 took third place in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:14.04.