Harvard and Princeton Take Ivy Round-Robin Titles

Ivy League Fencing Championships

Ivy League Fencing Championships

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 match and lift Harvard to the 2013 Ivy League Round-Robins crown.

On the women’s side, Princeton won their fourth consecutive title with a dominant performance. Columbia finished second with a 5-1 mark, the Lions’ fifth-straight runner-up finish. Harvard finished third for the third straight season.


Recap and Highlight Video of the 2013 Ivy League Round-Robins

Final Men’s Standings:
Harvard, 5-0
Columbia, 3-2
Penn, 3-2
Princeton, 3-2
Yale, 1-4
Brown, 0-5

Final Women’s Standings:
Princeton, 6-0
Columbia, 5-1
Harvard, 4-2
Brown, 3-3
Cornell, 2-4
Penn, 1-5
Yale, 0-6


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