The New York University men's fencing team competed at the NCAA Fencing Championships on Thursday, March 21. The event runs from Thursday-Sunday, March 21-24, at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center in Cleveland, OH.
When NYU graduate Philip Shin was in the second grade, he began fencing to spend more time with his best friend. This friend soon quit fencing and moved away, but Shin continues to excel at the sport and travel around the world competing.
Four members of New York University's men's and women's fencing teams have been selected to compete at the NCAA National Championships, which are being held Thursday-Sunday, March 21-24, at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center in Cleveland, OH.
The Brandeis fencing team saw both the men and women place second overall in their three-weapon competitions, but it was enough to give the Judges the overall six-weapon title at the 2019 New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference championships.
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.
Brandeis University fencing junior Ian Quin successfully defended his foil title on Sunday at the season-opening New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference Fall Invitational, also known as "The Big One". The meet marked the collegiate coaching debut for Jennie Salmon.
Brandeis University has announced that Jennie Salmon has been named as the University's newest men's and women's head fencing coach. Salmon succeeds Bill Shipman, who retired this summer after 37 years as coach of the Judges.