A Successful Return for Swarthmore Soccer

The Centennial Conference soccer postseason has officially ended, and Swarthmore’s men and women’s soccer teams, who returned to action after a year off due to the pandemic, both successfully made the Centennial Conference playoffs. The men and women lost in their first

Weekend Recap

Volleyball Swarthmore 3, Marymount 2 Swarthmore 3, Lebanon Valley 1 This past weekend, Swarthmore volleyball defeated both the Marymount Saints (11-25, 23-25, 25-14, 25-23, 15-10) and Lebanon Valley (25-23, 17-25, 25-19, 25-19) during their Garnet Quad Match. Against the Saints, Swarthmore was

Athlete of the Week: Alice Onyango-Opiyo ’23

Opening the season with a 3-0 victory against Maryville College this past weekend, Swarthmore women’s soccer set a powerful tone for their return to competitive play since COVID-19 restrictions at the college restricted athletic teams from competitive play in the Spring. Among

Weekend Recap

Volleyball Swarthmore College: 3, UMass Boston: 0 Kean: 3, Swarthmore College: 0 On Saturday, the Swarthmore volleyball team played their first away games of the season, taking on UMass-Boston and Kean at a tri-match held by Kean. While the Garnet lost to

Athlete of the Week: Sydney Covitz ’20

Last weekend the Track and Field teams competed in their Centennial Conference championships at Franklin and Marshall College. Several Garnet athletes earned medals, contributing to Swarthmore’s third place finish in the conference. Of the winners, dual-sport athlete Sydney Covitz ’20 ran a

Students Form Swarthmore Queer Athletes Organization

A new student organization, Swarthmore Queer Athletes (SQA), is starting on campus. Founded by student-athletes Eléonore Moser ’20, Seneca Kinn-Gurzo ’20, and Sydney Covitz ’20, SQA will be centered around gender and sexuality in connection to athletics. SQA’s initial meeting will be

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