Athlete of the Week: Sierra Spencer ’18

What She’s Done: Two weeks ago, Spencer recorded four goals in three games. For her impressive performance, named her the the Student-Athlete of the week. This past week, Spencer continued her torrid start to the season. In Saturday’s contest against Immaculata,

Men’s Tennis Breaks History, Takes Down #21 Hopkins

From Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak to Rafael Nadal’s 39-match French Open winning streak, all records eventually come to an end. The Johns Hopkins tennis team learned that painful lesson this past Saturday against the Garnet. Entering the match, #21 Johns Hopkins

2016 Spring Sports Preview

Men’s Tennis: Even with a starting singles lineup composed of solely underclassmen (five freshmen and one sophomore), men’s tennis (13-6, 8-1 CC) put together the best 2015 campaign of any spring team. Though the team lost in the Centennial Conference championship to

Swim Team Build Bodies and Bonds in Puerto Rico

For each of the past few years during its winter break trip, the Swarthmore swim team has shown off its artsy side, performing top-notch lip sync renditions of popular songs. With respect to lip sync, this year was no different — team

How Sweet It Is: Garnet Advances To NCAA Round of 16

Like a phoenix reborn from the ashes, the women’s soccer team has reveled in their second chance opportunity. Though Swarthmore (18-2-1) will never be able to get back that tough loss against Johns Hopkins in the Centennial Conference Championship, the team is on the

Weekend Roundup

Women’s Soccer This weekend featured a whirlwind of emotions for the women’s soccer team. As the top seed in the Centennial Conference tournament, the Garnet had high expectations. In Saturday’s semifinals versus Ursinus, the team did not disappoint. Though the teams were

On home-field women’s soccer looks primed to repeat

Heading into last Saturday, the Centennial Conference playoff picture was a simple one. With a win over Haverford (11-5-1, CC: 4-5-1), Swarthmore (15-1-0, CC: 9-0-1) could capture the regular season title, the number one seed in the tournament and home-field advantage throughout

Was Bautista’s Bat Flip in Poor Taste?

Every baseball fan loves a moonshot. However, the same cannot be said when it comes to bat flips; you either love when someone “pimps” a home run or you hate it. Either way, you’re going to have a strong opinion. So, when

Women’s soccer has hot start to season

As the final seconds ticked off the clock in last Saturday’s 2-0 win versus Dickinson, the Swarthmore women’s soccer team accomplished something rather impressive. In their most recent matchups with every team in the Centennial Conference, Swarthmore has been on the winning side.