The Ivy League Digital Network recaps a dramatic 2014 Ivy League Round Robins at Brown University. The men’s title was split by Harvard and Columbia while the Princeton women claimed their fifth straight title.
The Columbia Lions are ranked at the top for men’s fencing in the first NCAA Coaches Poll of the 2014-2015 season. The Princeton Tigers have the top ranked women’s fencing program. Penn State, Princeton, Notre Dame, and Harvard all rank in the top 5 for both their men’s and women’s fencing programs. Full rankings provided […]
Starting with the 2014-2015 season, fencing will compete for a conference championship in the ACC. With the addition of Notre Dame to the ACC, fencing now has 4 schools with NCAA programs, meeting the minimum requirements for a conference championship. Plans are in motion to host an ACC Fencing Championship in February, 2015. It has […]
Today Penn State University announced Wes Glon has been named the Interim Head Coach for the men’s and women’s fencing teams for the 2013-2014 season. Following the firing of Emik Kaidanov from the head coaching position of Penn State Univerity’s fencing team, there was talk that Glon would be one of 3 assistant coaches with […]
Author’s Note: The following article is biased and will reflect my utter disdain for the Penn State University Athletics Department and their graceless removal of a legend and a gentleman in Emik Kaidanov. “Emik was terminated because he acted like he always did – with honor, respect and deep understanding of his responsibility to his […]
Collegiate fencing isn’t all done just because the NCAA tournament is over. Just as other sports have divisions outside of NCAA Division I, fencing features other levels of collegiate fencing. This week Madison Haughie takes a look at the USACFCs. This weekend thirty-three club teams will be traveling to Michigan State University for what is […]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — After hundreds of bouts over two days, it came down to one last point between brothers to decide the Ivy League Men’s Fencing Round-Robins title. Harvard freshman Jerry Chang got the better of Penn sophomore and brother Jason Chang to break a 4-4 tie in the bout and a 13-13 tie in […]
The Ohio State men’s fencing team and Princeton women’s squad hold the top spots in the first edition of the CollegeFencing360 Fencing Coaches Poll, released today (Jan. 22) in advance of the annual late-January big weekend of competition. The weekend slate includes several events that historically both validate and shake up the rankings, with dual-meet […]
In spite of the advance of Hurricane Sandy, the Temple Owls ran their usual successful event. The original entry count of 575 athletes continues to make the Temple Open the largest individual collegiate tournament in the country. Normally the tournament, in it’s 33rd year, follows the following format: two rounds of pools with 80% up […]
UPenn is upgrading the gym where the fencing team currently trains. Come the fall of 2013, the fencing team will have a new practice space which includes air conditioning.