Men’s basketball follows F&M loss with heartbreaker

In their first game since the Swarthmore men’s basketball team picked up their long-awaited second win, the Garnet’s hopes of beginning a winning streak halted with a 77-59 loss to conference-leading Franklin & Marshall on Saturday afternoon. The victory clinched the top

Men’s basketball gets hot, then cold against Ursinus

For one brief moment, the Swarthmore men’s basketball team was playing at that level they know they are capable of reaching. In the ten minutes after the Garnet began the second half on Saturday trailing Ursinus 39-30, everything finally came together. Of

Men’s basketball loses eight contests to open 2012

The first half of the 2011-12 season was a time of change and transition for the Swarthmore men’s basketball team. Although the team showed fight throughout the first half, concluding with a seven-game stretch over break, it produced a 1-14 record, including

Katie Lytle

WHAT SHE’S DONE: Lytle led her team in scoring in games against McDaniel and Dickinson. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: “Beating Gettysburg at home last year. It was a great feeling to rise to the occasion and beat one of the top teams in the conference.” WHAT SHE

McDaniel comes back to beat women’s basketball

The Swarthmore women’s basketball team has only lost twice on the young season, but both losses have come complete with a knife that waits until the final minutes to stick itself into the team’s back. On Tuesday, the visiting Garnet, who have

Men’s basketball can’t find answer for D-I Columbia

Swarthmore’s season-opening losing streak continued on Monday night in New York City, as the Garnet fell hard to the Division I Columbia Lions 104-42. Guard Jordan Federer led the Garnet in scoring against Columbia. “I was extremely disappointed at the way we

Katie Lytle

WHAT SHE’S DONE: Lytle led her team in scoring in games against McDaniel and Dickinson. FAVORITE CAREER MOMENT: “Beating Gettysburg at home last year. It was a great feeling to rise to the occasion and beat one of the top teams in the conference.” WHAT

Underneath it all, racial politics dominate lockout

Since the NBA officially locked out its players on July 1st, the question people seem to be asking more than any other has been, “How could this be a race issue?” It’s always asked the same way: rhetorical, and with just enough combativeness behind

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