Coaches Strengthen Swarthmore Athletics

In 2016 the athletics department hired its first full-time strength and conditioning coach, Chris McPherson. Last year, Michelle Pifer was also hired to supplement his role. Since their arrival, the Swarthmore athletics program has experienced unprecedented success. Just in this past year,

Garnet Conclude Best-Ever Season as National Runner-Ups

The Swarthmore Men’s Basketball team recently wrapped up what was undoubtedly the greatest season in the College’s history by securing its second Centennial Conference title and their first ever Final Four and NCAA DIII National Championship appearance. The team was virtually untouchable

Athlete of the Week: Jeffrey Tse ’19

No. 14 Swarthmore men’s swimming continued their strong start this past weekend, placing second in the six team TCNJ Invite following a four-meet win streak to open the season. Although the entire team performed exceptionally at TCNJ, Jeffrey Tse ’19 led the

Men’s Basketball Wins First Four Games in Strong Start

After Swarthmore men’s basketball strong start, senior captain and point guard Cam Wiley is happy with the results but expects more from the team as the season progresses: “Right now we have a strong foundation, but we’re not where we want to

Athlete of the Week: Conor Harkins ’21

On Sunday, the Swarthmore men’s basketball team improved to 4-0 on the year with a win against Arcadia. The 82-77 final tally was much closer than the Garnet’s previous three wins, with this game being the first on the year decided by

Winter Sports in Full Swing

As the seasons change here at Swarthmore, so do the sports. With the 2-0 defeat of the Garnet women’s soccer team in their Sweet 16 matchup against Middlebury, the sports calendar has turned fully towards winter. Men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and swimming

Men’s Basketball Bounces Into a New Season

“You always feel like you could have gone farther … we were playing really well in the tournament,” said head coach Landry Kosmalski. Last year, Swarthmore men’s basketball went through a string of new heights for the program but ended the season

Women’s Soccer Continues Hot Streak into NCAA Sweet 16

On the familiar turf of Clothier Field this past weekend, the Swarthmore women’s soccer team defeated both St. Joseph’s College of Maine and Virginia Wesleyan University, launching themselves into the third round of the NCAA tournament. The Garnet, now ranked No. 12

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