Men's Tennis held off No. 38 Stevens Institute of Technology 5-4 on Sunday. Mark Fallati (right) won the top singles match 7-6(7-4), 6-1 and also won No. 1 doubles 8-2 with Josh Powell.
Men's Lacrosse went 1-1 on the week, topping Arcadia on the road but falling to F&M at home in the Centennial opener. Austin Chang (left) scored a goal against Arcadia and then went for the hat trick against F&M.
Women's Lacrosse started off the season with a 5-0 record before taking its first loss on Saturday against No. 4 F&M. The 5-0 start is the best for the Garnet since 2009.
The Garnet topped Goucher College on the road Wednesday 9-4 with Briana Narzikul (left) scoring the hat trick. She added two more goals against F&M.
Playing in their first games since spring break, Swarthmore Baseball was right in its four games last week, but a couple tough breaks kept them out of the win column.
Ryan Burnett (right) went 4-for-7 from the plate in the Garnet midweek games against Widener and Gwynedd Mercy.
Conor Elliott extended his hit streak to nine games and mashed his first collegiate home run in the one-run loss to Widener. Elliott is now batting a team-best .393.
Men's Golf finished eighth of 18 teams at the McDaniel Invite at Bridges Golf Club. Vamsi Damerla (left) and Michael Chen led the Garnet and finished tied for 15th overall.
Resuming the season following spring break, Softball went 3-4 last week, including a win in walk-off fashion. Elizabeth Curcio (left) drove in the tying and winning runs with a single to center field in the Garnet's 7-6 10-inning win over Marywood. The Garnet swept Marywood and topped Rosemont in a single game.