Caitlin Clark Owns the Court

The number-two-seeded University of Iowa unexpectedly triumphed over the number-one-seeded University of South Carolina in the women’s basketball NCAA Final Four match-up on Friday, March 31, thanks to junior guard Caitlin Clark at the Hawkeyes’s helm. The Iowa Hawkeyes faced the undefeated


Men’s Basketball Back on Top

There is no doubt Swarthmore men’s basketball has proved their worth all season long. With a 24-3 overall record and 16-2 conference record, they have showcased themselves as the team to beat. But after a shaky end to their regular season play,

Garnet Conclude Best-Ever Season as National Runner-Ups

The Swarthmore Men’s Basketball team recently wrapped up what was undoubtedly the greatest season in the College’s history by securing its second Centennial Conference title and their first ever Final Four and NCAA DIII National Championship appearance. The team was virtually untouchable

Men’s Basketball Cruises to Sweet Sixteen

Midway through Saturday’s game against MIT, Cam Wiley ’19 sized up his defender, sent him lurching to the right with a crossover, then snatched the ball back to his left and drained a step-back three. In any other game, this would be

Athlete of the week: Jeremy Rockaway ’22

As the Men’s Varsity Swimming Team wrapped up their conference play with a Centennial Conference championship win at Gettysburg College, Jeremy Rockaway ’22, a first-year student from Oviedo, FL, took home the Most Outstanding Rookie award for exemplary first-year performance. Rockaway took

Swarthmore Men’s Basketball Reigns Supreme, Wins Conference

Winning the Centennial Conference was once considered a laughable goal for the Swarthmore men’s basketball team. In the 2011-2012 season, the team went 3-22, posting a losing record for a fifteenth straight year. Now, the program is virtually unrecognizable since Coach Landry

Athlete of the week: Josh Powell ’18

Swarthmore men’s tennis have had an excellent season this spring. The team won their first eight conference matches and currently sit at an 8-1 conference record and a 12-11 overall record. Key to the Garnet’s success has been Josh Powell ’18. The

Garnet fall in first ever trip to the Elite Eight

For the second consecutive season, Garnet men’s basketball qualified for the NCAA tournament and made the most of it this year with a deep run to the Elite Eight, the national quarterfinals. After convincing road wins over New England College and Wesleyan

Swarthmore men’s basketball advances to the Sweet 16

The Swarthmore men’s basketball team has been on the rise for years now. In fact, in the 2015-2016 season, the team had its first winning season since the 1996-1997 season. Much of the recent success enjoyed by Swarthmore men’s team has been