All-Ivy Teams Announced

The following names are men and women that have been honored with First or Second Team All-Ivy distinction for Fencing.

Men’s Saber — 1st Team All-Ivy
James Williams (Columbia) – 14-1; Matt Kolasa (Penn) – 13-2; Tim Hagamen (Harvard) – 13-2

2nd Team All-Ivy
Andrew Bielen (Penn) – 12-3; Jeffrey Spear (Columbia) – 12-3; Alexander Krul (Columbia) – 11-4

Women’s Saber — 1st Team All-Ivy
Daria Schneider (Columbia) – 17-1; Emily Jacobson (Columbia) – 17-1; Cassandra Partyka (Penn) – 13-5; Danielle Gordet (Columbia) – 13-5; Katelyn Sherry (Penn) – 13-5

2nd Team All-Ivy
Alexa Weingarden (Harvard) – 12-6; Eva Rosenberg (Harvard) – 11-7; Alexis Baran (Penn) – 10-7

Men’s Foil — 1st Team All-Ivy
Ron Berkowsky (Penn) – 14-1; Enoch Woodhouse (Harvard) – 11-4; Kurt Getz (Columbia) – 11-4; Scott Sugimoto (Columbia) – 11-4

2nd Team All-Ivy
Doug Hohensee (Princeton) – 10-5; Kai Itameri-Kinter (Harvard) – 10-5; Mike Galligan (Penn) – 10-5

Women’s Foil — 1st Team All-Ivy
Cassidy Luitjen (Columbia) – 13-2; Kathleen Reckling (Columbia) – 15-3; Abby Emerson (Penn) – 13-5; Alisa Mendelsohn (Yale) – 13-5; Jocelyn Svengsouk (Princeton) – 13-5

2nd Team All-Ivy
Arielle Pensler (Harvard) – 12-6; Ilana Sinkin (Penn) – 12-6; Misha Goldfeder (Harvard) – 8-6

Men’s Epee — 1st Team All-Ivy
Dwight Smith (Columbia) – 14-1; Benji Ungar (Harvard) – 11-4; Brent Kelly (Columbia) – 11-4; Teddy Sherrill (Harvard) – 11-4; Tommi Hurme (Princeton) – 11-4

2nd Team All-Ivy
Ben Wieder (Penn) – 10-5; Edward Hurme (Princeton) – 10-5; Michael Pearce (Yale) – 9-6

Women’s Epee — 1st Team All-Ivy
Jasmine McGlade (Harvard) – 16-2; Alexie Rubin (Columbia) – 14-4; Jasjit Bhinder (Princeton) – 14-4

2nd Team All-Ivy
Erin McGarry (Princeton) – 13-4; Precious Eboigbe (Harvard) 12-6; Rebecca Moss (Yale) – 12-6

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