On Sunday Penn men’s and women’s fencing teams spent the day across town at the Temple Invitational. This was their last meet before their three-day training camp and then the NCAA Regionals and Championships.
Daniel walked away from the Ivy League Tournament last weekend with the individual women’s epee title, defeating 12 opponents over the weekend and earning her a first team All-Ivy designation.
Penn women's and men's fencing held their own against a talented field at last weekend's Ivy League championships, coming home with a second- and fourth-place finish, respectively.
Penn men's and women's fencing continued their dominance at Brandeis’s Eric Sollee Invitational this past Saturday, recording the best combined score of the tournament.
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One of the major stories of the 2020 Penn fencing season so far has been the consistently impressive results from the women’s epee team.
Penn men’s and women’s fencing were back in action at the Tse Center this weekend hosting the Philadelphia Invitational.
The Invitational saw the Quakers contend with several different opponents, including Ivy League foes Yale and Columbia, the defending national champion.
In late November, the Red and Blue hit the road to take part in the Penn State Garret Open. But now, they have a long break before their next official event on Jan. 12.
A number of freshmen have joined the Red and Blue, and the transition to college fencing has proven to be a major change.
Li, a junior from Palo Alto, Calif., began his fencing journey at the age of eight like many: through his love for Captain Jack Sparrow.
Coach Andy Ma's 10 seasons as the head coach of both the men’s and women’s programs have been exceptional.
This weekend, the Quakers stayed in state when they traveled to University Park, Pa. to compete in the PSU Garrett Open.
With each competing against six schools, the women managed an overall record of 2-4, while the men split their results at 3-3.
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Spring break was an exciting time for Penn Athletics. With impressive wins from many teams, the Quakers had a lot of success.
The Red and Blue began the day strong with a dominant 23-4 win over Johns Hopkins. Their success continued with a 16-11 win versus St. Johns and a subsequent 17-10 victory against Princeton.
At this year’s Ivy League Championships at Yale, men’s fencing finished in fifth with a 1-4 record, only ahead of Brown. The women finished 3-3, tied for third.