all-ivy fencing – men's

Men’s Team Champions – PENN QUAKERS (5-0)*

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*Undefeated regular season as well.

SABER

First Team
Jeff Spear, Columbia – 14-1 (.933)
Andrew Bielen, Penn – 13-2 (.867)
Jonathan Berkowsky, Penn – 13-2 (.867)
Valentin Staller, Harvard – 13-2 (.867)

Second Team
Alex Rudnicki, Columbia – 11-4 (.733)
Sebastian Cano-Besquet, Yale – 7-5 (.583)

FOIL

First Team
Alexander Mills, Princeton – 11-2 (.846)
Sherif Farrag, Columbia – 12-3 (.800)
Adam Pantel, Brown – 11-4 (.733)
Zane Grodman, Penn – 11-4 (.733)

Second Team
Alex Simmons, Penn – 10-5 (.667)
Vidur Kapur, Penn – 10-5 (.667)

EPEE

First Team
Benjamin Ungar, Harvard – 11-1 (.917)
Cooper Gegan, Princeton – 11-4 (.733)
Michael Pearce, Yale – 9-4 (.692)

Second Team
Jacob Wischnia, Penn – 10-5 (.667)
Karl Harmenberg, Harvard – 10-5 (.667)
Ben Wieder, Penn – 9-6 (.600)

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