Make Your Voice Heard: Vote For The Top Swarthmore Athletics Moment of 2009-10

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 moments 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.

Below are the 12 events in the running for the top event of the 2009-10 season:

Baseball: Comeback Victory Over F&M Clinches First-Ever Centennial Playoff Berth (April   17 )  RECAP

Men's Basketball: Despite Power Outage, Garnet Upset Ursinus to Snap 22-Game Losing Skid to Bears (December 5) RECAP

Men's Lacrosse: Garnet Defeat Washington College for the First Time in 57 Years (April 7) RECAP

Men's Soccer: Philippe Celestin Scores Game-Winning Goal in OT to Send Garnet to the Sweet 16 (November 16) RECAP

Men's Swimming: Travis Pollen Breaks American Paralympic Record, Wins National Title (March 28) RECAP

Softball: Kathryn Riley Throws No-Hitter to Send Garnet to CC Championship Round (May 1) RECAP

Volleyball: Garnet Defeat Muhlenberg to Earn First-Ever Playoff Win (November 4) RECAP

Women's Basketball: Kathryn Stockbower Reaches 1,000 Career Points and Rebounds (February 17).  RECAP

Women's Soccer: Garnet Capture Third-Consecutive ECAC Championship (November  15) RECAP

Women's Swimming: Anne Miller Earns Recording-Setting Seventh All-America Honor (March 19) RECAP

Women's Tennis: Rachel Wallwork Named CC Player of the Year for Third Consecutive Season (April 30). RECAP

Women's Track & Field: Kenyetta Givans Wins Gold, Smashes School Record in 100m Hurdles (May 2).  RECAP

Vote for the top five Swarthmore Athletics moments of 2009-10!

The top five vote-getters move on to the final poll. Voting on the preliminary poll ends on June 16 with the final poll beginning on June 17 and ending June 30.

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