PHILADELPHIA – Swarthmore College student-athlete Rachel Wallwork ’10 was named the 2010 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Women’s Tennis Performer of the Year for the second consecutive year, while colleagues Wiley Archibald ’10 (baseball), Kevin Friedenberg ’10 (men’s lacrosse), and Stephen Youngblood ’12 (men’s tennis) were also selected as Academic All-Stars for their respective sports, the paper announced on Tuesday.
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After nearly to 1,000 votes, it’s down to the final five for the best Swarthmore Athletics moment of 2009-10: Travis Pollen’s national championship, the men’s soccer team’s thrilling NCAA win, the women’s soccer team’s third-consecutive ECAC Championship, baseball’s late-inning win over F&M and men’s basketball’s upset win over Ursinus. Voting will end on June 30, with the winner announced on July 1. Just one vote per moment in this final poll.
SWARTHMORE, Pa. – It certainly was a year to remember for Swarthmore Athletics: seven playoff teams, three All-Americans, 11 first-team Centennial Conference members, six Centennial gold medalists and one national champion and American record holder. With the 2009-10 season officially in the rear view, the Swarthmore College Department of Athletics has decided to let the fans vote on the top Swarthmore Athletics moment of the past year.
Throughout the month of June, fans will be able to vote for their favorite Swarthmore moments via the poll at the bottom of the page. Lasting from June 2 to June 15, the current poll features 12 of top moments from the 2009-10 season selected by the Swarthmore Department of Athletics. On June 16, the list of 12 will be narrowed down to five, with the five events receiving the most votes moving to a final poll, which will last from June 16 to June 30. On July 1, the top Swarthmore Athletics event of the 2009-10 season will be announced.
LANCASTER, Pa. — 47 Swarthmore College student-athletes have been named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll for the 2010 spring season, the Conference announced on Friday. The honor roll recognizes athletes’ performance both on the field and in the classroom. To be named to the Academic Honor Roll, student-athletes must be a sophomore or [...]
SWARTHMORE, Pa. – Senior Wiley Archibald of the Swarthmore College baseball team was named to the CoSIDA ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District baseball second-team as announce on Thursday May 6.
BALTIMORE, Md. – The Garnet baseball team (20-18) made a wild, late inning comeback but were unable to hold the Haverford Fords (24-15) in the ninth, losing 18-11 to end Swarthmore’s historic season.
BALTIMORE, Md. – The Swarthmore College baseball team (20-17) sent the Washington Shoremen (17-16) packing with a 5-1 victory in the round two elimination game of the Centennial Conference baseball playoffs on Blue Jay Diamond.
HAVERFORD, Pa. – Making its Centennial Conference playoff debut, the No. 3 Swarthmore College baseball team (19-18) was roughed up by No. 2 Haverford, as the Fords pounded out 15 runs on 14 hits to defeat the Garnet 15-3 on Friday afternoon from Haverford.
With the loss, the Garnet will now face No. 4 Washington in an elimination game from Johns Hopkins tomorrow at 9:00 a.m.
No. 3 Swarthmore baseball plays its first ever Centennial Conference playoff game against rival No. 2 Haverford. Victor Brady ’13 has live commentary from Haverford. First pitch is set for 3:00 p.m.
LANCASTER, Pa. – Four members of the Swarthmore College baseball team – senior Jimmy Gill, senior Wiley Archibald, sophomore Anthony Montalbano and sophomore Spencer Ross – have been named to the All-Centennial Conference baseball team, the Conference announced on Wednesday afternoon. Swarthmore head coach Stan Exeter was also honored, as he was named the Centennial Conference Coach of the Year.
Gill, Archibald, and Montalbano were all second-team selections, while Ross was honorable mention.