The City of Brotherly Love Hosts the Love Run

On Your Mark! Get Set! Love!  This past weekend, on Sunday, March 26, the city of Philadelphia hosted one of its largest races. Commonly known as the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia staged its annual Love Run, a half marathon (13.1 miles)

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

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Women’s Swimming: Over the weekend, ten swimmers represented the Swarthmore women’s swim team at the NCAA Championships in Greensboro, NC. The Garnet had great success with three individual and two relay All-American honorable mention distinctions. Kate Hallmark ’26 finished sixteenth overall in

Athlete of the Week: Kate Hallmark ’26

Kate Hallmark ’26 is a first-year swimmer from Chevy Chase, MD. Her strokes include freestyle, backstroke, fly, and individual medley. On March 15-18, Hallmark competed in the NCAA Championships in Greensboro, NC in the 1650-yard freestyle and 500-yard freestyle. The Maryland native

Athlete of the Week: Aidan Cantine ’23

Aidan Cantine ’23, a senior from Ridgewood, N.J., finished fourth overall in the men’s mile at the NCAA championship meet this past weekend in Birmingham, A.L. His time of 4:05.36 broke the Swarthmore program record and earned him All-American status. This meet


An Update on the Sixers

After a heartbreaking loss to the Miami Heat (4-2) in the NBA Conference Semifinals to end their 2021-2022 season, the Philadelphia 76ers are determined to find their way to the top this season. The Sixers have not won an NBA championship since

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap:

Softball: Swarthmore College: 0, Drew University: 6 On Thursday, March 9, Swarthmore’s softball team faced Drew University in Naples, FL. The Garnet ultimately fell to the Rangers 6-0, tallying five hits yet zero runs.  Notable Players: Sarah Schab ’25 was stellar from

Athlete of the Week: Michael Caprise ’24

Michael Caprise ’24, a junior from Lynchburg, VA., was an essential part of Swarthmore men’s basketball’s upset against No. 7 ranked Johns Hopkins at the Centennial Conference Championship on Sunday, Feb. 26. He shot 60% from the field, scoring fourteen points— ten