Athlete of the Week: Jeffrey Tse ’19

No. 14 Swarthmore men’s swimming continued their strong start this past weekend, placing second in the six team TCNJ Invite following a four-meet win streak to open the season. Although the entire team performed exceptionally at TCNJ, Jeffrey Tse ’19 led the

Athlete of the Week: Lizzie King ’21

Swarthmore women’s soccer continued their strong play this past weekend, defeating St. Joseph’s College of Maine and Virginia Wesleyan in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament. Although six Swarthmore players scored over the weekend, Lizzie King ’21 was one of

Athlete of the Week: Eléonore Moser ’20

Women’s soccer enters this weekend’s Centennial Conference championship looking to emulate last year’s tournament success. In 2017, the Garnet took down Johns Hopkins in a penalty shoot out to capture its second ever conference title. Crucial to the team’s impressive 13-2-2 record

Athlete of the Week: Alyssa Nathan ’21

Volleyball continues to dominate Centennial Conference competition in 2018. With a 5-1 record in conference play, and a 12-4 record overall, the team is on pace to emulate its record (24-8, 8-2) from its 2017 NCAA Regional Championship effort. Crucial to the

Athlete of the Week: Ali Baratta ’21

Field hockey is off to a solid start this year. After finishing with a respectable 7-10 record in 2017, The team has opened the 2018 season at 4-4 and is on pace to surpass last season’s win total. The Garnet picked up

Athlete of the Week: Sarah Girard ’19

Volleyball is off to one of its best starts in program history. After beginning the season ranked #21 in the nation, the team fired off seven straight wins before finally falling to Stevens Institute of Technology this past Saturday. Volleyball’s 7-0 start

Mayfield and Griffin lead storylines from the 2018 NFL draft

The 2018 NFL Draft came to a conclusion Saturday night when former SMU wide receiver Trey Quinn was selected by the Washington Redskins with the 256th overall pick. Traditionally, the draft’s storylines belong to early-round picks, but Quinn, 2018’s Mr. Irrelevant for

Controversial Patrick Reed crowned champion at Augusta

On Sunday, with the sun setting on the 18th green at Augusta National Golf Club, The Masters Tournament crowned its newest champion. Over the course of four days, Patrick Reed, a controversial, brash, and cocky 27-year-old from Texas, proved the best of

#16 UMBC stuns #1 Virginia

On March 16, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County pulled off the biggest upset in college basketball history, upsetting the University of Virginia 74-54 to become the first No. 16 seed to beat a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Men’s Division