Quinn Weygandt ’26, a sophomore from Madison, WI, had a record-breaking weekend at Swarthmore swimming’s home opener against Salisbury University and Ursinus College. Weygandt proved her dominance in several events. She set a Swarthmore program record and Centennial Conference record in the
Men’s Swimming: Swarthmore College: 263, Ursinus College: 65 Swarthmore College: 207, Salisbury University: 125 Swarthmore men’s swimming defeated Ursinus College and Salisbury University at home on Friday and Saturday, remaining unbeaten in the Centennial Conference and boasting a 5-1 overall record. The
In the midst of regional violence and war, Tunisian manager Makram Daboub is struggling to field his Palestinian Men’s National Soccer Team. It has proved difficult for Daboub to add certain players, such as Ibrahim Abuimeir, Khaled Al-Nabris, and Ahmed Al-Kayed to
Men’s Cross Country: Cohen Manges ’27 represented Swarthmore men’s cross country at the NCAA National Championships on Saturday, Nov. 18. The rookie traveled to Newville, PA, for his championship debut, marking the program’s third-straight appearance at the national meet. Manges placed 202nd
During the drive back from the Philadelphia Marathon, a debate emerged among my Swarthmore cross-country teammates about the value of hope. I found myself skeptical, questioning the effectiveness of hope as a guiding force. Cohen Manges ’27 championed hope as essential for
Often described as “America’s oldest team sport,” lacrosse was played as early as the year 1100 among the Haudenosaunee, a confederation of six Native American nations — the Cayuga, Seneca, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk, and Tuscarora — in Upstate New York and Canada.
Carly Murphy ’27, a first-year from Wildwood, NJ, was integral to Swarthmore women’s basketball’s 55-53 win against Muhlenberg College on Tuesday, Nov. 21. The rookie tallied a career-high of 21 points in the conference opener, pacing the Garnet offense on 8-of-17 shooting.
Volleyball: Swarthmore College: 0, Johns Hopkins University: 3 Swarthmore volleyball traveled to Johns Hopkins University for the Centennial Conference semifinals on Friday evening. The Garnet narrowly lost all three sets: 25-21 in the first, 25-19 in the second, and 25-18 in the
Olivia Montini ’26, a sophomore from Huntingdon Valley, PA, had a tremendous performance at the cross country NCAA Metro Regional Championships on Saturday afternoon. The standout finished in sixth place with a time of 22:11.7, setting a personal record in the six-kilometer
The Philadelphia Flyers hosted the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday, Oct. 30, and fans were treated to an unexpected guest. Gritty, the Flyers’ beloved mascot, introduced Wally, a six-foot-long alligator, during the “Lion King Cam,” a fan-favorite moment when fans at Wells Fargo