A list of athletic records broken in the past week by Swat athletes.
With a big crowd on hand for Senior Day, the Swarthmore men’s lacrosse team finished their 2010 campaign on Saturday with another heartbreaking Centennial Conference loss. The 7-6 defeat to rival Haverford was the Garnet’s seventh Conference loss of the season,
The Franklin and Marshall Diplomats women’s lacrosse team has made three consecutive Division III National Championship games. On Tuesday, the defending national champions were efficient on offensive and suffocating on defensive en route to a 17-7 victory over the homestanding Swarthmore
After spending the last week on an eight game road trip in Arizona, the Swarthmore baseball team took the field for the first time at home as they hosted the Immaculata Mighty Macs on Wednesday. But behind aggressive base-running which translated
The Swarthmore Garnet Men’s basketball team has been plagued by road woes over the past three years, failing to win a single road game in 37 attempts. But for the first time since January 24, 2007 at Washington College, the Garnet
Will Gates ’13 scored 20 points and Matt Allen ’10 added 16, but their combined 36 points weren’t enough to overcome the Muhlenberg Mules (12-8, 10-3 CC) on the road as the Garnet fell to 5-15 overall, 4-9 in Centennial Conference play.
On senior day and in their final home meet of the season, Swarthmore men’s and women’s swim teams took on the Gettysburg Bullets on Saturday, with the Garnet men besting the Bullets 117-88, but the women falling 111-94.
Just four days after defeating the Gettysburg Bullets, then the top team in the Centennial Conference, the Swarthmore Garnet men’s basketball team continued its recent stretch of strong play, earning its first winning streak of the year in Wednesday night’s victory over
For the second straight game at Tarble Pavillion, the Swarthmore Garnet women’s basketball team (7-10, 4-8 CC) had the chance to knock off a ranked opponent. But, after trailing the 12th-ranked Muhlenberg Mules (13-2, 10-1 CC) by just six points at halftime,