Swarthmore Athlete of the Week: Jackson Brosgol ’24

Jackson Brosgol ’24, a senior midfielder from Scarsdale, N.Y., showed up for Swarthmore men’s lacrosse when it mattered most. The Garnet found themselves tied, 11-11, with No. 5-ranked Dickinson College on Saturday with two minutes left on the clock. In the final

Athlete of the Week: Von Mabbs ’24

Von Mabbs, a sophomore from Concord, MA, was instrumental in the men’s lacrosse’s recent 14-10 win over No.11 Gettysburg, the highest ranked opponent the team has beaten in program history. Mabbs netted five goals to help his team secure the win, taking

Athlete of the week: Cam Marsh ’18

The Swarthmore Garnet men’s lacrosse team have three games to go in their regular season, and they hope to make a playoff push. The Garnet are currently seventh in the Centennial Conference standings but are a strong finish away from moving up

Men’s and Women’s lacrosse fight to finish strong

Spring is in the air (though the weather forecast might disagree), and that means it’s time for lacrosse here at Swarthmore. The women’s lacrosse team has surged out to a 9-3 record behind a high-powered attack and stingy defense. It has been

Men’s Lacrosse Seeks to Build off of Last Season’s ECAC Title

After last year’s unprecedented 10-6 regular season success, the Men’s Lacrosse team began preparations for the postseason with high aspirations for potential championship glory. Following an early exit from the program’s first Centennial Conference tournament at the hands of nationally ranked Gettysburg

Weekend Roundup

Baseball: The Garnet (19-14, 3-8 CC) are beginning to turn their season around. This week, they went 3-4, sweeping Washington College and taking a game off of Muhlenberg while falling twice to both Johns Hopkins and Gettysburg. In the contests against Washington

Weekend Roundup

Men’s Lacrosse On Sunday, the men’s lacrosse team (6-4, 1-2 CC) went out to play nationally-ranked Gettysburg and were overwhelmed en route to a 14-4 loss. Gettysburg started off the game with nine unanswered goals, which prevented the Garnet from ever really

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

Baseball The baseball team closed out its season with a 4-1 victory away at Gwynedd Mercy on Monday. Nathan Booth ’16 allowed one unearned run and fanned six in a complete game effort, while the offense provided one run each in the