The Brandeis University fencing team opened its 2019-20 season in style today at the Northeast Intercollegiate Fencing Conference Fall Collegiate Invitational – better known as The Big One.
First-year fencers Maggie Shealy of Chapel Hill, N.C., and Jessica Morales of Wilmington, Mass., both competed in Kansas City Missouri on Oct. 21 at the first of four Olympic Trial events this season.
Judges Abroad is a series of blog posts written by Brandeis student-athletes on team and individual study abroad trips.
Steve Mormando, a member of New York University's fencing coaching staff since 1981-82, has been selected for induction into USA Fencing's Hall of Fame
The New York University fencing team wrapped up competition at the NCAA Championships with a 17th-place finish.
Tiffany Luong, a sophomore on the New York University women's fencing team opened up competition at the NCAA Fencing Championships on Saturday.
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 New York University women's fencing team competed in the NCAA Regional Championship in Poughkeepsie, NY, on Sunday, March 10. The event was held at Vassar College, but hosted by Columbia University.
The Brandeis University fencing team wrapped up its 2018-19 season today at the NCAA Northeast Regional championships.
Brandeis senior Joanne Carminucci of Brewster, New York, has been a four-year standout on the fencing team. She was named the Northeast Fencing Conference Women's Fencer of the Year this year and is expected to do well at this weekend's NCAA Northeast Regional at Vassar College.