Barkley’s egotism hampers team

“When you think about player of the year candidates you gotta think Jahlil Okafor down in Durham, North Carolina. This kid’s leading the Dukies. I can easily see him in the final four, baby. But hey, don’t ask me. I’ll see you

Athlete of the Month: Karl Barkley

If you saw a guy wearing a goofy cowboy hat at last week’s winter formal, then you saw January’s esteemed athlete of the month, Karl Barkley ’15. The 6”3’ guard from North Carolina has been a talented member of the men’s basketball

Men’s basketball racks up three straight wins

As the winter season picks up steam, so does the men’s basketball team. After dropping its first three games of the season, the team won both of its games over the week of Thanksgiving and beat Muhlenberg Tuesday to push the winning

Weekend Roundup

Men’s Basketball hopes to continue improving Retooled and ready to make a splash in the Centennial Conference, the Swarthmore men’s basketball team opens its season this weekend. The men will compete in the Equinox Classic, hosting Rochester Institute of Technology and taking

Freshmen grow into roles for Men’s Basketball

In its second year of transition to Coach Landry Kosmalski’s new system, the underclassmen-laden Swarthmore Men’s Basketball team has hit a rough patch of late. Things didn’t get any easier on Saturday against Dickinson. The men came into the game looking to