Athlete of the Week: Kim Kockenmeister ’22

Swarthmore’s first Athlete of the Week for the 2019 fall season is Kim Kockenmeister ’22 of the Swarthmore women’s soccer team. She was voted Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week for women’s soccer after netting four goals in Swarthmore’s 7-1 win

Women’s Soccer Kicks off Year

This fall, Swarthmore women’s soccer enters their season ranked fourteenth in the nation following last year’s NCAA tournament run to the Sweet Sixteen and Centennial Conference title. After graduating five seniors, the team welcomed twelve first years to the roster and are


Fall Sports Spring Into Offseason Training

As the weather inches closer to spring, Fall-exclusive varsity sports teams at Swarthmore are beginning their spring training. Field hockey, volleyball, and men’s and women’s soccer began training the week of March 25, and they’ve been getting back into the routine of

Athlete of the Week: Lizzie King ’21

Swarthmore women’s soccer continued their strong play this past weekend, defeating St. Joseph’s College of Maine and Virginia Wesleyan in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament. Although six Swarthmore players scored over the weekend, Lizzie King ’21 was one of

Women’s Soccer Continues Hot Streak into NCAA Sweet 16

On the familiar turf of Clothier Field this past weekend, the Swarthmore women’s soccer team defeated both St. Joseph’s College of Maine and Virginia Wesleyan University, launching themselves into the third round of the NCAA tournament. The Garnet, now ranked No. 12

Athlete of the Week: Brittany Weiderhold ’20

Swarthmore women’s soccer continued their streak of Centennial Conference dominance last week, wrapping up a second consecutive conference championship with a pair of blowout wins. Last Saturday, the Garnet knocked out No. 3 seed McDaniel College with a 5-2 win. The following

Women’s Soccer Hopes to Score Another Centennial Title

Coming off of a successful season, the Swarthmore women’s soccer team looks to the Centennial Conference tournament this weekend, where they will hopefully win another conference championship. The team’s current record of 7-1-2 in conference play puts them in second place in

Garnet Look to Cage Bluejays After Disappointing Loss

With referees seemingly partial to the opposing team and a rowdy crowd influencing calls, Swarthmore women’s soccer lost for the first time in their 2018 season. The Garnet were missing one of their starting defenders due to injury, captain Caroline Coats ՚19,