Philadelphia Eagles’s Star QB Signs Big-Time Deal

The Philadelphia Eagles franchise showed their star player Jalen Hurts some love on Monday, April 17 with a five-year, $255 million contract extension. Quarterback Hurts’s deal includes $179.304 million guaranteed. To mark a first in Eagles history, the 24-year-old’s contract also includes

Athlete of the Week: Dylan Zhang ’26

Dylan Zhang ’26, a golfer from Hong Kong, China, finished second overall individually at the Dickinson Spring Invitational on Saturday, April 15. Zhang’s two-round score of 138 (-6), with 71 (-1) in the opening round and 67 (-5) in the final round,

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Men’s Tennis: Swarthmore College: 9, Gettysburg College: 0 On Thursday, April 13, Swarthmore men’s tennis faced Gettysburg College away in Gettysburg, PA. To secure their third straight Centennial Conference sweep, the No. 28 ranked Garnet defeated the Bullets, 9-0. Swarthmore found victories

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Men’s Golf: Swarthmore men’s golf competed in the Elizabethtown College Invite on Thursday, April 6, at the Hershey Country Club. With a team score of 331, the Garnet finished fifth overall out of fourteen teams. Notable Players: Neil Zhu ’26 led the

Athlete of the Week: Isabela Bloomquist ’25

Isabela Bloomquist ’25, a sophomore from Boulder, CO, was an indispensable part of Swarthmore women’s lacrosse’s thrilling 12-11 overtime victory over Dickinson College on Saturday, April 8. She made five goals and two assists in the game, tallying a season high of

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Baseball: Swarthmore College: 10, Widener University: 6 On Thursday, March 30, Swarthmore’s baseball team faced Widener University at home on Clothier Baseball Field. The Garnet had ten runs off of ten hits to secure a 10-6 victory over the Pride. Notable Players:

Athlete of the Week: Ryan Jin ’24

Swarthmore’s men’s ultimate frisbee team, the Earthworms, is one of the largest club sports teams on campus. The team participates in three to four two-day tournaments each semester in addition to their competitive spring season, which consists of Sectionals, Regionals, and Nationals,


Caitlin Clark Owns the Court

The number-two-seeded University of Iowa unexpectedly triumphed over the number-one-seeded University of South Carolina in the women’s basketball NCAA Final Four match-up on Friday, March 31, thanks to junior guard Caitlin Clark at the Hawkeyes’s helm. The Iowa Hawkeyes faced the undefeated

Athlete of the Week: Avery McClure ’26

Avery McClure ’26, a freshman from Bolivar, MO, was an integral part of Swarthmore softball’s success against Neumann University on Sunday, March 26. The second baseman had two runs batted in (RBI) and four put-outs (PO) in the first of two games

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