Teams look ahead

In a year that featured many championship runs and a few last place finishes, 2015 certainly had no shortage of individual Garnet accomplishments. From Wesley Fishburn ’17 shattering the Centennial Conference single season hit record (59 hits) to Osazenoriuwa Ebose ’15 cementing

NCAA defeat masked by a tremendous year

Connecticut College: 3. Swarthmore: 1. Last Saturday, the Swarthmore women’s soccer team’s magical season came to a difficult end. After controlling most of the game, Swarthmore conceded a goal in the 84th minute to break the 1-1 tie and then another goal

Women’s soccer crushes Fords for playoff spot

The Swarthmore women’s soccer team advanced past Muhlenberg in their first Centennial Conference tournament game, defeating the Mules 1-0 to advance to take on Gettysburg in Saturday’s semifinal. Hannah Lichtenstein ’17’s 37th minute goal was all the Garnet needed, as the defense

The end of an era: four years of unstoppable talent

Loved by her coaches, admired by her teammates, and feared by her opponents. These words best sum up Emma Sindelar ’15 and her impact on the Swarthmore women’s soccer program. One look at Sindelar’s bio and it’s pretty clear why she is

Weekend Roundup

Volleyball dismantles Muhlenberg, improves to 8-0 Facing a second place Muhlenberg team, Swarthmore continued to prove that it is capable of playing lights out volleyball, no matter who the opponent happens to be. The Garnet won Wednesday night’s match in straight sets

Women’s soccer dominates conference opponents

With a superb start to their season, the women’s soccer team shows no signs of slowing down. The Garnet won four of its five opening non-conference matches and has tacked on two consecutive Centennial Conference wins. After a 7-0 drubbing of Immaculata