Indianapolis, Indiana - The week that has been circled, starred, highlighted and marked on every Columbia fencers' calendar has finally arrived: NCAA Championships!
NEW YORK, NY - Coach Michael Aufrichtig has finalized the 12 fencers that will represent Columbia at NCAA Championships next weekend in Indianapolis.
New Haven, Conn. - Columbia collected two gold, two silver and two bronze medals at NCAA Northeast Regionals on Sunday.
New Haven, Conn. - After almost one month off from NCAA competition, Columbia fencing will return to the strip for the most important weekend thus far of the season - NCAA Regionals.
New York, NY -- Team USA was filled with Columbia fencers this weekend at the Junior Pan American Championships in Havana, Cuba.
Kansas City, MO-This weekend, Columbia fencing took center stage at the Junior Olympics
NEW YORK, NY — In the final home match of the season, Columbia fencing decided to have a little fun.
Columbia men's and women's fencing wil fence in their final regular season meet of the season at the historical meet.
A 2001 graduate of Barnard, Smart was a two-time All-American for Columbia in women's foil. Twice she reached the finals at the NCAA Championships and each time, she fell just short and gained second place. Smart did not let that derail her fencing career as she won the United States National Championship in 1998, 2002, 2004 and 2008.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — Columbia men's fencing (4-1) claimed a share of the Ivy League Championship with a 15-12 win over Princeton.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — Columbia women's fencing went undefeated (3-0) and men's fencing split (1-1) at Day 1 of the Ivy League Championships.
Columbia men's and women's fencing will look to defend their conference titles this weekend as they head to Philadelphia, PA for the Ivy League Championships.