Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Women’s Track and Field: Swarthmore women’s track and field competed in the Princeton Larry Ellis Invitational on Friday at Princeton, NJ.  Notable Athletes: Sophie Goodwin ’27 finished in thirteenth overall in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a personal record time of 11:37.48, defeating

Swarthmore Athlete of the Week: Jackson Brosgol ’24

Jackson Brosgol ’24, a senior midfielder from Scarsdale, N.Y., showed up for Swarthmore men’s lacrosse when it mattered most. The Garnet found themselves tied, 11-11, with No. 5-ranked Dickinson College on Saturday with two minutes left on the clock. In the final

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Baseball: Swarthmore College: 10, Muhlenberg College: 0 Swarthmore baseball crushed Muhlenberg College in game one of their double-header on Friday afternoon at home. The Garnet opened the scoring with two runs in the top of the second inning. Swarthmore tallied two runs

Swarthmore Athlete of the Week: Andrew Moy ’25

Andrew Moy ’25, a junior from Manhasset, NY, was stellar on the mound during Swarthmore baseball’s conference opener against Franklin and Marshall College on Saturday. The Garnet defeated the Diplomats, 7-1, at Lancaster, PA. Moy pitched eight shutout innings, holding the Diplomats

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Men’s Golf: Swarthmore men’s golf competed in the Pennsylvania Classic at State College, PA, over the weekend. The Garnet finished in third place out of eighteen teams with a two-round team score of 588. Three Swarthmore players finished in top-ten individually and

Athlete of the Week: Genine Collins ’27

Genine Collins ’27, a first year from Stewartsville, NJ, showed out at the NCAA Division III Swimming Championships last week. The Garnet women’s team finished in ninth place out of 40 teams, their highest team placement in program history. Collins’s success played

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Women’s Swimming: Swarthmore women’s swimming competed in the four-day NCAA Division III National Championships last week at Greensboro, NC. The Garnet placed ninth of 40 teams with 126 points, the highest team placement at the national championships in program history. Swarthmore’s previous

Swarthmore Athletics Weekly Recap

Softball: Swarthmore College: 1, Catholic University: 8 Swarthmore softball traveled to Clermont, FL, for Spring Break. In a double-header on Thursday, the Garnet first faced Catholic University and fell 8-1. Swarthmore recorded just one hit and two errors.  Notable Players: Jordan Jackson

Swarthmore Athlete of the Week: Isabela Bloomquist ’25

Isabela Bloomquist ’25, a junior from Boulder, CO, was instrumental in Swarthmore women’s lacrosse’s victory against Savannah College of Art and Design last Friday. Swarthmore traveled to Savannah, GA, for a Spring Break trip and to compete against the No. 4-ranked NAIA

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Baseball: Swarthmore College: 13, Stockton University: 9 Swarthmore baseball defeated Stockton University on Friday afternoon in an eight-inning game, recording its first home victory of the season. The Garnet scored an impressive six runs in the second inning and five runs in

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