NYU Wins Two of Three at Columbia Meet

NYU Wins Two of Three at Columbia Meet

From NYU Athletics

The New York University men's fencing team dropped won two of its final three dual meets of the season, falling to host Columbia University 16-11 before posting victories over Sacred Heart University (23-4) and Vassar College (20-7) on Wednesday, February 13, in Manhattan.

The Violets finished the dual-meet season with a 13-12 record.   

In the first match against host Columbia, NYU won the sabre competition, defeating the Lions 5-4 behind Mickey Bak's perfect 3-0 record. Bryan Moise and Zachary Schindler produced the other wins for the Violets.

The visitors were defeated in foil and epee by identical 6-3 scores. Zohaib Mannan produced two of the foil wins while Liam Carpenter did the same in epee.

The Violets were victorious in all three weapons against both Sacred Heart and Vassar, with Schindler going a perfect 6-0 vs. those opponents.