2008 Fencing All-Ivy Selections

The following names are men and women that have been honored with First or Second Team All-Ivy distinction based on the results from the 2008 Ivy Fencing Championships.

Men’s Sabre: 1st Team All-Ivy

1. Jeff Spear (Columbia) – 14-1
2. Alex Diacou (Columbia) – 13-2
2. Jonathan Berkowsky (Penn) – 13-2 

Men’s Sabre: 2nd Team All-Ivy

4. Alex Rudnicki (Columbia) – 12-3
4. Steve Ahn (Harvard) – 12-3
6. Matthew Kolasa (Penn) – 11-4 

Women’s Sabre: 1st Team All-Ivy

1. Emily Jacobson (Columbia) – 17-1
2. Alexa Weingarden (Harvard) – 14-4
2. Jackie Jacobson (Columbia) – 14-4

Women’s Sabre: 2nd Team All-Ivy

4. Danielle Kamis (Penn) – 13-5 
5. Alexandra Heiss (Cornell) – 12-6
5. Allie Sneider (Harvard) – 12-6
5. Danielle Gordet (Columbia) – 12-6
5. Randy Alevi (Brown) – 12-6

Men’s Foil: 1st Team All-Ivy

1. Kurt Getz (Columbia) – 12-3
2. John Gurrieri (Yale) – 11-4
3. Alex Salsman (Penn) – 10-5
3. Kai Itameri-Kinter (Harvard) – 10-5
3. Ron Berkowsky (Penn) – 10-5
3. Sherif Farrag (Columbia) – 10-5

Men’s Foil: 2nd Team All-Ivy

No Additional Selections

Women’s Foil: 1st Team All-Ivy

1. Nicole Ross (Columbia) – 17-1
2. Abby Caparros-Janto (Columbia) – 14-4
2. Ilana Sinkin (Penn) – 14-4
2. Misha Goldfeder (Harvard) – 14-4

Women’s Foil: 2nd Team All-Ivy

5. Abby Emerson (Penn) – 13-5
6. Arielle Pensler (Harvard) – 12-6
6. Francesca Bartholomew (Brown) – 12-6
6. Lidia Gocheva (Yale) – 12-6
6. Zoya Abdikulova (Penn) – 12-6

Men’s Epee: 1st Team All-Ivy

1. Max Czapanskiy (Columbia) – 13-2
2. Michael Pearce (Yale) – 10-2
3. Lorenzo Casertano (Columbia) – 11-4
3. Teddy Sherrill (Harvard) – 11-4

Men’s Epee: 2nd Team All-Ivy

5. Graham Wicas (Princeton) – 8-4
6. Brent Kelly (Columbia) – 9-6

Women’s Epee: 1st Team All-Ivy

1. Martyna Urbanowicz (Columbia) – 16-2
2. Rebecca Moss (Yale) – 12-3
3. Jasjit Bhinder (Princeton) – 13-5
3. Maria Larsson (Harvard) – 13-5

Women’s Epee: 2nd Team All-Ivy

5. Chandler Clay (Princeton) – 12-6
5. Oriana Isaacson (Columbia) – 12-6
5. Tess Finkel (Columbia) – 12-6

For a rundown as to how the All-Ivy distinctions are determined, please consult All-Ivy Explained.

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