The Princeton fencing team finished up the 2017 Ivy League Round Robins with a 1st place finish in Women’s 3-Weapon Team and a 3-way tie for 1st in Men’s 3-Weapon Team, along with Columbia and Penn.
Now that the entries for the 2016 NCAA Fencing Championships have been announced, it’s time to get your fantasy fencing picks in. 14 Meters has launched a site for you to pick your own NCAA Fencing Championships Bracket. You can find that at: http://ncaa.14meters.com/. Discuss your predictions on the accompanying forum thread. The NCAA Men’s and […]
Cracking the Code to Getting Into Top Schools, a segment from CBS LA, is making the rounds on social media. The story centers around advice from author Pria Chatterjee, college admissions consultant and author of the book : The Dirty Little Secrets of Getting Into a Top College. In the story she highlights 8 factors that college […]
Two ACC fencers – Sarah Collins (Duke) and Gillian Litynski (UNC) earned scholarships to pursue graduate degrees after they complete their undergraduate studies. The Weaver-James-Corrigan Award is named in honor of the first 3 ACC commissioners, Jim Weaver, Bob James, and Gene Corrigan. Sarah Collins; Duke; Public Policy Studies; Fencing; Palm Harbor, Fla. A two-time […]
The North Carolina men’s and women’s fencing teams competed at the Philadelphia Invitational over the weekend, earning solid wins and experience highlighted by a landmark victory. The Tar Heels joined by 12 other teams in the dual meet format with the women competing on Saturday and the men on Sunday at the University of Pennsylvania. By the end of the day on Saturday, head coach Ron Miller had passed the 1,400-wins mark for his 48-year career at UNC.
Former Penn State Fencing head coach Emmanuil Kaidanov will file a federal lawsuit today against Penn State, athletics director Dave Joyner and athletics integrity officer Julie Del Giorno, said Kaidanov’s lawyer Alvin de Levie. “I anticipate filing the complaint [Thursday] morning in Philadelphia in federal district court,” said de Levie. According to de Levie, “…the complaint […]
Fencing on a collegiate team, whether it be a Division I NCAA team or an intramural club fencing program, can be a very rewarding experience. If you plan on fencing in college, it’s best to do your research on the various programs available to you at the schools where your academic interests take you. Most top tier colleges have fencing available – either as an NCAA or collegiate club program, so you don’t have to give anything up on the academic side to find fencing in college.
Princeton leads the NCAA field after the first day of fencing. After day 1 of the 2014 NCAA Fencing Championships, Princeton holds a 4 point lead over Penn State for the top spot. Ohio State, Harvard, and Notre Dame round out the top 5. Day 1 featured women’s bouts across sabre, foil, and epee and […]
Reblogged from the forum thread by Jonathan Yergler: We’ve had some great involvement with our Fantasy Fencing initiative for the tournament this year! 265 users signed up to participate. By combining the rankings submitted by all of the participants we were able to draw up pre-rankings for how all of our users think the different events are […]
INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Men’s and Women’s Fencing Committee has announced the field of 144 competitors who will participate in the 2014 National Collegiate Men’s and Women’s Fencing Championships. Ohio State will host the championships at French Fieldhouse in Columbus, Ohio. Among the field are 3 members of the 2012 US Olympic Fencing Team, Men’s Foilists […]