CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Shorewoman senior Candace Gaull scored two goals for Washington in a 4-0 win over visiting Swarthmore on a cloudy evening during the Centennial Conference field hockey show-down.
Archive for September, 2008
SWARTHMORE, Pa. — The Swarthmore men’s soccer used goals from captain Dylan Langley and freshman David Sterngold to upset 23rd-ranked Dickinson Saturday evening at wet Clothier Field.
BALTIMORE, Md. — The fourth-ranked Johns Hopkins field hockey team plowed through the wet conditions at Homewood Field Saturday afternoon, defeating Swarthmore 7-0 in Centennial action.
BALTIMORE, Md. — Johns Hopkins’ Paulina Goodman broke up a scoreless Centennial Conference women’s soccer match in the 76th minute, sending the hometown Blue Jays to a 1-0 victory over Swarthmore on a wet Saturday afternoon at Homewood Field.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. — Swarthmore junior Joslyn Young led the field hockey to a 6-1 victory over Arcadia, scoring a career-high four goals on a rainy Thursday night at Clothier Field.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. — The Swarthmore men’s soccer team fell to visiting Arcadia, 1-0 match, on Wednesday evening at Clothier Field.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. — Garnet senior Jen Wang, a recent addition to the 1,000-kill club, posted a match-high 19 kills with 14 digs while classmate Erin Heaney registered a season-high 23 digs in a 3-2 Centennial loss to the Bryn Mawr Owls on Faculty/Staff Appreciation Night at Tarble Pavilion Wednesday evening.
LEBANON, Pa. — The Swarthmore golf team kicked off the fall schedule at the Lebanon Valley College Fall Invitational, placing 19th out of the 23 teams hitting the Lebanon Valley Country Club layout on Sept. 22.
HAVERFORD, Pa. — The Swarthmore women’s country had three runners place in the top-ten, while Patrick Hartnett ’11 led the men’s team with a personal best, at the Main Line Invite on the campus of Haverford College late Tuesday afternoon.
LANCASTER, Pa. — Swarthmore forward Megan Colombo was selected as the Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week announced Monday, Sept. 22.