Cleveland blows 3-1 lead, Cubs champs after 108 years

He stands up, puts on his green turtleneck shirt, old-school style glasses, and throwback Chicago Cubs baseball hat. For the first time since 2003, he can finally walk outside and feel the hustling winds that characterize downtown Chicago. Steve Bartman can finally

Athlete of the Week: Marin McCoy ’19

As the team’s most potent threat, McCoy has helped lead the Garnet to its third straight NCAA tournament appearance. This year, with 10 goals and six assists, she picked up where she left off  in 2015 — when she was named to

In Memory and Tribute: Ray Scott

A shadow passed over our campus community this past Friday when we learned of the passing of the beloved Ray Scott. After a hard-fought battle, Ray lost his life to cancer on Nov. 1st. Ray Scott has served as Athletics Equipment Manager

Athlete of the Week: Indy Reid-Shaw ’17

What She’s Done: Though the Centennial Conference championship last weekend was the penultimate cross country race of Reid-Shaw’s career, she made it count. The senior from Hillsborough, North Carolina finished 11th overall, earning all-conference honors. With a time of 21:53, she was

Athlete of the Week: Mehra den Braven ’20

What She’s Done: This past week, den Braven continued her stellar freshman campaign. She recorded double digit kills in her past five contests, helping propel the team to Garnet Classic championship. For her outstanding play, she was named as the Classic’s MVP

The State of our Athletic Facilities

There are certain realities about athletics facilities on campus that the athletic department and the college can’t ignore. The Lamb-Miller Field House has basically reached the end of it’s life. Perhaps back when it was built in 1935 it was able to

Do athletes get the same education as non-athletes?

This past weekend, I led prospective student-athletes and their parents on campus tours as part of the Future Garnet Baseball camp. One of the most common questions from both the parents and the prospects was “Do you think the athletes at Swarthmore