Athlete of the Week: Genine Collins ’27

Genine Collins ’27, a first year from Stewartsville, NJ, showed out at the NCAA Division III Swimming Championships last week. The Garnet women’s team finished in ninth place out of 40 teams, their highest team placement in program history. Collins’s success played

Checking in on Swarthmore Winter Sports

While we were enjoying our last two weeks of winter break, Swarthmore’s winter teams were on campus training for the remainder of their season. With a little less than three weeks of the regular season left, these four teams have a lot

Winter Sports in Full Swing

As the seasons change here at Swarthmore, so do the sports. With the 2-0 defeat of the Garnet women’s soccer team in their Sweet 16 matchup against Middlebury, the sports calendar has turned fully towards winter. Men’s basketball, women’s basketball, and swimming

Garnet Swimming: The Road to the Championship

With the start of spring sports just around the corner, winter sports like swimming are really beginning to pick up their intensity in this second half of their season. With only three meets left before the Centennial Conference Championship meet, both the

Athlete of the week: Scout Clark ʼ19

On Saturday, the Swarthmore swim teams had their first competition since returning from their winter training trip in Puerto Rico. The Garnet hosted Stevens Institute of Technology and Rowan University for a tri-meet. Scout Clark ʼ19 won the Centennial Conference Swimmer of

Swat Swim dives into their season

Fall sports are officially over, paving the way for winter sports to take center stage here at Swarthmore. Among these winter sports, the Swarthmore Men’s and Women’s Swim Teams seem to be emerging as strong contenders in their respective conferences. Going into