Tom Brady Retires Again

Exactly one year following his first attempt at retirement, National Football League (NFL) legend Tom Brady proclaimed his second retirement…for real this time. On Wednesday, Feb. 1, the most decorated quarterback in the NFL came onto social media, teary-eyed and grateful, to

Athlete of the Week: Dana Bandurick ’23.5

Dana Bandurick ’23.5, a senior from New Hope, PA, led the Swarthmore women’s basketball team to a tremendous victory over Franklin and Marshall College on Saturday, Feb. 4. Bandurick, star captain and forward, shined on offense, putting up a season high of


NFL Expands Partnership with the Players Coalition

On Thursday, Jan. 26, the National Football League (NFL) announced an expansion in its partnership with the Players Coalition. The Players Coalition is an independent, nonprofit organization advocating for social justice and racial equality in the U.S. The organization was co-founded by

Athlete of the Week: Hannah Swale ’26

Hannah Swale ’26, a first year from Allentown, NJ, scored 2,905 points in the pentathlon at the Bison Open. She placed second at the meet, surpassing the Swarthmore program’s previous record of 2,693 by over 200 points. The first year finished top

Super Bowl Summary: What You Should Know Before Sunday’s Big Game

The Super Bowl: one game, two teams, and millions of viewers eager to witness thrilling competition, star-studded halftime performances, slightly above-average advertisements, the list goes on. An integral part of the institution of professional sports, the Super Bowl is inextricably woven into

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Men’s Basketball: Swarthmore College: 88, Muhlenberg College: 65 On Thursday, Jan. 26, Swarthmore men’s basketball took to the road to face Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. Swarthmore ended the first half comfortably with a twelve point lead and continued to lead the

Athlete of the Week: Norah Wingfield ’25

Norah Wingfield ’25, a sophomore from Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY, was vital to Swarthmore women’s basketball’s success in an away game on Sunday, Nov. 27. Wingfield scored a team-high of 15 points to lead the Garnet to victory over non-conference Washington and Lee University.

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Women’s Basketball: Swarthmore: 52, Ursinus College: 39 Swarthmore women’s basketball opened their conference play on Saturday, Nov. 19 against Ursinus College. The Garnet dominated from the beginning with a 17-11 lead in the first quarter and maintained the lead throughout the game.