No. 1 Columbia fencing will fence in the St. John's Super Cup and NYU Invitational at Columbia this weekend.
Columbia Women's fencing posted a perfect 6-0 mark at the Penn State Invitational in State College on Sunday.
State College, PA – Columbia men's fencing finished with five wins and just one loss on Sunday at the Penn State Invitational.
STATE COLLEGE, PA- After almost two month off from NCAA competition, Columbia fencing will finally be back in action on Sunday at the Penn State Invitational.
Columbia fencing brought home one gold, three silver and two bronze as well as 14 top-8 finishes at the January North American Cup in Columbus, Ohio held from January 6th- January 9th.
Freshman Sam Moelis and sophomore Iman Blow helped guide Team USA Fencing to respective team medals this weekend at various international events.
Nine Columbia fencers were in action this weekend at various competitions around the world.
Several Columbia University fencing alumni competed last weekend at various invitationals, including the North American Cup in Richmond, Va.
The Columbia fencing teams came away with a 14-13 come-from-behind men's win and 25-2 women's victory over New York University in the NYU-Columbia Challenge Tuesday evening at Rosenthal Pavilion at Kimmel Center. The dual match was contested on the 10th floor of the beautiful Rosenthal Pavilion at Kimmel Center, which features a view of Washington Square Park and panoramic skyline of New York City.
The Lions are coming off a 6-0 mark at the Columbia Invitational on Friday.
A thrilling 14-13 men's win over NJIT highlighted a perfect night for the Lions on their home opener.
The Columbia fencing team will make its home debut when they welcome Stevens Institute of Technology, NJIT and Johns Hopkins to the University (Blue) Gym this Friday night.