all-ivy fencing – women

Women’s Team Champions – HARVARD CRIMSON (6-0)

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SABER

First Team
Caroline Vloka, Harvard – 16-2 (.889)
Stephanie Aiuto, Columbia – 16-2 (.889)
Sammy Roberts, Columbia – 15-3 (.833)

Second Team
Jackie Jacobson, Columbia – 14-4 (.778)
Dominika Franciskowicz, Penn – 13-4 (.765)
Danielle Kamis, Penn – 13-5 (.722)

FOIL

First Team
Emily Cross, Harvard – 16-2 (.889)
Lucile Jarry, Princeton – 12-2 (.857)
Nicole Ross, Columbia – 14-4 (.778)

Second Team
Laura Paragano, Penn – 12-6 (.667)
Mia Howell, Penn – 10-7 (.588)
Andrea Oliva, Princeton – 8-6 (.571)

EPEE

First Team
Noam Mills, Harvard – 17-1 (.944)
Susannah Scanlan, Princeton – 16-2 (.889)
Tess Finkel, Columbia – 12-3 (.800)

Second Team
Maria Larsson, Harvard – 14-4 (.778)
Katherine Thompson, Cornell – 13-5 (.722)
Neely Brandfield-Harvey, Columbia – 13-5 (.722)

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About The Ivy League

Founded in 1954, the Ivy League includes Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton and Yale Universities, Dartmouth College and the University of Pennsylvania, and provides the country’s widest intercollegiate athletic opportunities for both men and women, with over 8,000 athletes competing each year. The Ivy League annually finishes among the top conferences in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics competitive rankings, and Ivy student-athletes annually compile the country’s best records in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Academic Performance Ratings.
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