Men’s Tennis Swarthmore 9, F&M 0
Women’s Tennis Swarthmore 7, F&M 2
Softball F&M 1, Swarthmore 0
Swarthmore 4, F&M 0
Baseball Gettysburg, Swarthmore
Women’s Lacrosse Swarthmore 17, Haverford 16 OT
Men’s Lacrosse #2 Gettysburg 13, Swarthmore 5
Track & Field at Widener Invitational
MEN’S TENNIS: Garnet Sew Up Playoff Berth
The Garnet men’s tennis team clinched its first-ever Centennial Conference Championship berth Saturday afternoon, rolling to a 9-0 win at Franklin & Marshall.
SOFTBALL: Garnet Strike Gold With Playoff Berth
The Swarthmore softball team topped the 20-win mark and reached the Conference playoffs for the third consecutive year, splitting a pair of Centennial games with visiting Franklin & Marshall on Senior Day Saturday afternoon at Clothier Fields.
WOMEN’S TENNIS: Garnet Sweep Doubles in Central PA
Rachel Wallwork ’10, Jennie Park ’09, Erica Lukoski ’08 and Kearney Bangs ’10 were all double-winners as the Swarthmore women’s tennis team (11-4, 9-1 CC) defeated Franklin & Marshall 7-2 in Centennial Conference action Saturday.
BASEBALL: Garnet Rally Falls Short
Swarthmore sophomore Matt Corso drove in a career-high six runs and freshman Ben Schneiderman had a career day, going 4-for-6 with three runs scored and two stolen bases yet the Gettysburg Bullets (16-19, 8-8 CC) swept the Swarthmore Garnet (8-19, 2-14 CC) with scores of 12-1 and 17-16 in Centennial Conference baseball action on Saturday afternoon at Kirchhoff Field.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE: Muller Time On Main Line
Swarthmore sophomore Abbe Muller scored the game winning goal in overtime to have the Garnet beat Haverford with final score 17-16 in Centennial Conference women’s lacrosse action on a sunny Saturday afternoon at the Class of ’88 Field.
MEN’S LACROSSE: #2 Bullets Ride Second Half to Victory
Swarthmore’s Tyler Bradshaw ’10 scored two goals while senior Ivano Ventresca added a goal and an assist as the Garnet men’s lacrosse team fell to #2 Gettysburg 13-5 on Saturday afternoon.
TRACK & FIELD: Garnet Duo Run Third
Swarthmore junior Cait Mullarkey (800 meters) and sophomore Nyika Corbett (5,000 meters) finished third in their respective races at the Widener Open this past weekend.