Athlete of the Week: Kalli Segel ’20

Kalli Segel ’20 is from Newton, P.A. where she attended Council Rock High School. Segel has previously been a dual-sport athlete, competing on the women’s swim team and the women’s softball team. On Feb. 23, Swarthmore College’s Softball team swept Wesley 10-8

Athlete of the Week: Krystle Boadi ’23

Krystle Boadi is a first year from Brooklyn, New York where she attended Leman Manhattan High School. Boadi is on the track team and recently finished first in the 200 meter event on January 25th, 2020 at the Coach I Open where

Athlete of the Week: Max Kral ’23

Last weekend, Max Kral ’23 and the Swarthmore men’s soccer team traveled to Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia to play in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament. Swarthmore and #17 Roanoke played to a 2-2 draw after

Athlete of the Week: George Visconti ’21

George Visconti is a sophomore from Clark, New Jersey, where he attended Arthur Johnson High School. Visconti began the 2019-2020 men’s basketball season with a strong showing against Eastern University, in which he scored fifteen points, and went eight of ten from

Athlete of the Week: Emma Novak ’21

Emma Novak ’21 is a junior and multi-season athlete on the cross country and track and field teams from Clinton High School in New York. Novak has been the top runner from Swarthmore’s women’s cross country team in all three of the

Athlete of the Week: Chelsea Semper ’21

Chelsea Semper ’21 of Swarthmore Field Hockey is our Athlete of the Week after scoring three goals against Cabrini University on September 18. Chelsea attended Watchung Hills High School in Millington, New Jersey, before coming to Swarthmore, and she’s a biology major,

Athlete of the Week: Woojin Shin

Woojin Shin is a junior from San Jose, California, and previously attended Bellarmine College Prep. Shin recently scored an important equalizer with about five minutes left in regulation in a tight, overtime win against Eastern University on September 11. This was his

Spring Sports Take On Warm Destinations Over Break

Amidst the frenzy surrounding the Swarthmore men’s basketball team unprecedented run to the final four and into the Division III national championship game these past few weeks, Swarthmore’s spring sports spent their spring breaks competing and training against and with top teams

Australian Open Star Breaks Up with Coach

After winning two consecutive Grand Slams at the age of 21 and achieving the rank of world No. 1, Japan’s Naomi Osaka leads the generation of stars poised to break out in the twilight of Serena Williams’ career. However, despite her recent