Men’s Basketball Outlasts Haverford

It is said that at Michigan, the head football coach is judged as much on how many times his teams defeat Ohio State as how many Rose Bowls those teams win. At Auburn, a 1-9 season is acceptable—if that win is against

Women’s Basketball Outrunning the Pack

While most of the Swarthmore community relaxed over the semester break, the Swarthmore basketball teams remained hard at work. The women’s team entered 2013 unbeaten and has hardly missed a beat since they resumed play on New Year’s Day. After losing narrowly

Swimming Maintains Strong Start to Season

The Swarthmore men’s and women’s swimming teams each continued their strong starts to their seasons last weekend at the Swarthmore Invitational. Both teams finished in second place at the invitational, which featured teams from five schools. For the women, leading the way

Men’s Basketball Opens New Season

There is a newfound energy in the Swarthmore men’s basketball team. Anyone who saw the team in the weight room all fall could feel it, and anyone who happened to be in the vicinity of the gym at 9 AM every Sunday

So Sweet: Men’s Soccer Into NCAA Sectionals

The Swarthmore men’s soccer team turned in a pair of dominating performances this weekend at Clothier Field, advancing to the sectional round of the NCAA Division III National Championships. The Garnet, seeded fourth in their region, defeated thirteenth seed Albertus Magnus on

Volleyball Advances into ECAC Tournament

The Swarthmore College volleyball team earned its fourth consecutive ECAC Tournament berth on Monday. In a testament to their successful season, the Garnet (19-6, 8-2 Centennial Conference) earned the third seed in the eight-team tournament, meaning that they played host to sixth-seeded

Women’s Soccer Prepares for Centennial Playoffs

After concluding the regular season with a scoreless tie against Haverford on Saturday, the Swarthmore woman’s soccer team (11-5-1, 6-3-1 Centennial Conference) moved on to the postseason. The Garnet’s conference record was good for a tie for 4th place with Muhlenberg College

Late Flurry of Goals Buries Hopkins

The No. 11/12 Swarthmore men’s soccer team (11-1-2, 6-0-1 CC) remained undefeated in October, fighting its way to a come-from-behind victory against a Johns Hopkins squad that proved to be much stronger than its 5-7-2 record. The win extended the Garnet’s unbeaten

Lockout? What Lockout?

Tonight, October 11, 2012, is supposed to be opening night for the National Hockey League Season. Unfortunately, the league has been in a lockout since its collective bargaining agreement expired on September 15, meaning that there will be no hockey tonight —