Men’s Tennis Breaks History, Takes Down #21 Hopkins

From Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak to Rafael Nadal’s 39-match French Open winning streak, all records eventually come to an end. The Johns Hopkins tennis team learned that painful lesson this past Saturday against the Garnet. Entering the match, #21 Johns Hopkins

2016 Spring Sports Preview

Men’s Tennis: Even with a starting singles lineup composed of solely underclassmen (five freshmen and one sophomore), men’s tennis (13-6, 8-1 CC) put together the best 2015 campaign of any spring team. Though the team lost in the Centennial Conference championship to

Men’s tennis puts together solid ITA showing

Through immense effort and dedication at practice this season, the men’s tennis team has proven that they are dedicated players with a propensity for success. The team’s most recent competition took place at the ITA Southeast Regional Tournament where they established themselves

What do athletes eat?

At Swarthmore, eating can be hard.  Face it, we all get tired of eating the “Sharples slop” every once in a while. Though you have your gem meals like flank steak, jerk chicken and salmon, more often than not you’ll get a

Freshmen bring additional talent to men’s tennis team

In the world of college tennis, it’s rare for an elite team to start one freshman. This year, the 29th-ranked Swarthmore tennis team consistently starts five. After graduating its first, second, fourth, fifth and sixth singles players, the Garnet looked like it