Thanks in part to senior foil John Vaiani's six individual wins, Penn men's fencing won a share of the Ivy title for the third straight year.
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Penn women's fencing junior captain Simone Unwalla will look to help lead her team to an Ivy Championship this weekend.
Junior epee Justin Yoo is perhaps Penn's best shot at a breaking the five-year individual national championship drought.
As captains in their respective events, senior men's foil John Vaiani (left) and junior women's foil Simone Unwalla (right) exemplify the versatility that Penn fencing is proud of.
Penn’s Middle East Center is located on the second floor of Fisher-Bennett Hall.
He missed Penn men's fencing's only loss to Ohio State, but returning first team All-Ivy selection and junior Justin Yoo can make a major impact if he competes this Saturday.
Penn men's fencing and Penn women's lacrosse both overcome regular season losses to finish atop the Ivy League when it mattered most.
Sara Papp is one of many Penn fencers competing on the international stage.
Senior men's fencing foil captain John Vaiani and junior women's fencing foil captain Simone Unwalla will be expected to provide leadership and strong play as both squads look to compete for Ivy league championships.
Sara Papp and the rest of Penn fencing will look for a strong return to competitive play after going three weeks without a tournament.