Athletics Explores Developing Women’s Golf Program

Swarthmore’s men’s golf team is nearly as old as the college itself, dating back to the college’s founding in 1864. With the exception of golf, very few women have played on men’s teams throughout the history of Swarthmore athletics. This year, however,

Swarthmore men’s golf travels to (not so) sunny Florida

When someone brings up “spring break trip to Florida,” beaches, parties, and sunny weather tend to come to mind. Well, over spring break this year, the men’s golf team did exactly that, a spring break trip to Florida, but without the beaches,

Garent Sports Update

As we wrap up our first month back on campus, our fall Garnet athletes are right in the thick of their competition schedules. A number of teams have events this weekend. Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Our cross-country teams travel to Bethlehem,

Men’s Golf Swings Into Action

The Garnet Men’s Golf team returns to action next week, as they embark on a trip down to Sea Island, Georgia, where they will play their annual Spring Break season kick-off tournament. They began practice this week and already see promise for

Team of the Week: Men’s Golf

This past week the Swarthmore Golf team traveled to Bent Creek Country Club, home field of the Franklin and Marshall Diplomats, to participate in the F&M Fall Invitational. The event for the Garnet was historic to say the least. Nick DiMaio ’19

Weekend Roundup

Baseball: The team (16-5) was off this past weekend. This Saturday, 4/2, they travel to Dickinson for a doubleheader—their first conference games of the season. Heading into Conference play, Ryan Burnett ’17 leads the league in steals (13), Aidan Miller ’17 leads

Weekend Roundup

Field Hockey The field hockey team came out with intensity in their home game against Ferrum College last Saturday, which they ultimately won 4-0. With 38 shots taken by the Garnet compared to Ferrum’s two, Ferrum had no choice but to give

Men’s golf perseveres despite small numbers

The men’s golf team has faced a host of challenges this season. They began spring competition in bitingly cold weather and have had to grow accustomed to relocating their practices to a new course after losing their previous one, Rolling Green. The

Golf team notches best performance of season at Immaculata

This past Monday, the Swarthmore men’s golf team participated in the Immaculata Invitational, completing the course with a fifth-place performance out of a total of 12 teams. The Immaculata Invitational marks the team’s fifth, final and best fall season performance this semester.