On home-field women’s soccer looks primed to repeat

Heading into last Saturday, the Centennial Conference playoff picture was a simple one. With a win over Haverford (11-5-1, CC: 4-5-1), Swarthmore (15-1-0, CC: 9-0-1) could capture the regular season title, the number one seed in the tournament and home-field advantage throughout

Weekend Roundup

To say it was a good weekend for the Garnet would be an understatement. Swarthmore teams pounded their opponents and ultimately compiled a 7-0 record. Ultimately, if these teams continue to play at their current levels, more championships might just be on

Weekend Roundup

Women’s Soccer This past weekend, the women’s soccer team lived up to their reputation as the 2014 Centennial Conference Champions and not only defeated all three of their opponents but destroyed them. During their first week of the 2015 season, the women

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

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