Among the many records broken this season by the Swarthmore women’s soccer team (18-3) was the selection of the program’s first All-Americans: freshman forward Marin McCoy ’19, and junior midfielder Caroline Khanna ’17. Although most collegiate soccer players focus solely on soccer
Like a phoenix reborn from the ashes, the women’s soccer team has reveled in their second chance opportunity. Though Swarthmore (18-2-1) will never be able to get back that tough loss against Johns Hopkins in the Centennial Conference Championship, the team is on the
As the final seconds ticked off the clock in last Saturday’s 2-0 win versus Dickinson, the Swarthmore women’s soccer team accomplished something rather impressive. In their most recent matchups with every team in the Centennial Conference, Swarthmore has been on the winning side.
Loved by her coaches, admired by her teammates, and feared by her opponents. These words best sum up Emma Sindelar ’15 and her impact on the Swarthmore women’s soccer program. One look at Sindelar’s bio and it’s pretty clear why she is