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Reflections on a Career

“Joseph, this is Coach Grady from Swarthmore College, and I actually just watched your highlight video, and I was impressed by it. I’d like to see you live as soon as possible, and we actually have a recruiting one-day clinic this weekend.

Athlete of the Week: Alyssa Hayashi ʼ25

Alyssa Hayashi, a freshman from Potomac, MD, has begun her Swarthmore Women’s Basketball career with an impressive offensive performance, averaging eleven points per game. Hayashi is also a captain and has been an important contributor to the Garnet’s strong 3-1 start to

Weekend Recap

Men’s Cross Country NCAA Championships On the Saturday before Thanksgiving break Aidan Cantine ’23 and Atticus Hempel ’25 ran at the NCAA championships in Louisville, KY. Cantine placed 64th overall and Hempel crossed the finish line in 236th. This was the first

NFL Thanksgiving Weekend Recap

Thanksgiving Day in the NFL did not disappoint this year with three games that ran the gamut last Thursday on Nov. 25. To start the holiday weekend, the Chicago Bears traveled to Detroit to face the Lions in an NFC North divisional

Athlete of the Week Annabella Boardman ’24

Annabella Boardman, a junior from Montverde, Florida, has been dominating in the 100-yard breaststroke. Boardman recently broke the Swarthmore College and Centennial Conference record for the event and recorded the third best time across all of Division III swimming. She looks to

Weekend Recap

Men’s Cross Country This past Saturday in Logan Township, NJ, Swarthmore men’s cross country competed in the NCAA Metro Regional Championship. Scoring 116 points, the Garnet finished in third place. On Sunday, the NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Track and Field

Return of Women’s Basketball

Only two games into the season, Swarthmore women’s basketball is just getting underway, and they are hungry for success. This season follows two turbulent semesters for the women’s basketball team that concluded with the Head Coach resigning earlier this semester. The Garnet

Atlanta Braves Win the 2021 World Series

“Smith, the 0-2. Left side … Swanson … to first … the Braves are World Champions!” Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman raised his arms in elation, tucked the final out baseball into his back pocket, and ran to the mound to join

Weekend Recap

Field Hockey Swarthmore: 1, Johns Hopkins: 2 This past Friday, Swarthmore women’s field hockey took on Johns Hopkins in the Centennial Conference Semi-Finals at Homewood Field. The Garnet were tied 1-1 through the middle of the fourth frame but gave up a

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