Week of 2/13

Editor’s note: This article was initially published in The Daily Gazette, Swarthmore’s online, daily newspaper founded in Fall 1996. As of Fall 2018, the DG has merged with The Phoenix. See the about page to read more about the DG.

Women’s Basketball

Ceylon Bodur ’11 scored her 1000th career point in Wednesday’s 73-44 victory over Bryn Mawr. Bodur is the eighth player in program history to record 1000 points in her career.

Katie Lytle ’14 scored her 200th career point in Saturday’s 65-60 victory at Haverford.

Brittany Schmelz ’12 recorded her 100th career assist in Wednesday’s 73-44 victory over Bryn Mawr.

Kathryn Stockbower ’11 recorded her 1300th career rebound in Wednesday’s 73-44, extending her program record.

Men’s Basketball

Jordan Federer ’14 scored his 200th career point in Saturday’s 75-52 loss at Haverford.

Women’s Swimming

Margaret Regan ’14 broke the Gettysburg pool record and recorded the second-fastest time in program history in the 400-yard IM at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 4:39.55 for a first place finish.

Rebecca Teng ’14 set a Swarthmore program record in the 200-yard IM at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 2:11.96 en route to a second place finish.

Men’s Swimming

Jake Benveniste ’13 broke his own Swarthmore program record in the 500-yard freestyle at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 4:44.35 for a fourth place finish.

Tim Brevert ’12 tied the Swarthmore program record in the 50-yard freestyle at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 21.23, a new personal best.

Sam Bullard-Sisken ’12 set a new Swarthmore record in the 100-yard backstroke at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 52.73 for a second place finish.

Travis Pollen ’12 broke the American record in the 50-yard freestyle for his paralympic class (S9) at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 24.74.

Travis Pollen ’12 broke his own American record in the 100-yard freestyle for his paralympic class (S9) at the Centennial Conference Championships with a time of 54.73.