Year First Year
Hometown Basking Ridge, NJ
High School Ridge High School
Major Economics
Experience High School
School: CC
Birthdate August 03, 1999


Career Record
Year Season Ivy Overall
First-Year 2017-18 2-1 26-13
Career Record 2-1 26-13

First-Year (2017-18): Put together 26-13 first-year campaign for the Lions...went 2-1 at Ivy League Championships (Feb. 10-11)...Notched 8-1 record at Philadelphia Invitational (Jan. 21)...Tallied 6-3 record at Penn State Invitational.

International Experience

Coached by Slava Danilov at the Morris Fencing Club… Finished 9th individually in women’s epee at the 2016 Junior Olympics… 14th place finish at the 2017 March North American Cup in Division I Women’s Epee.


A 2017 graduate of Ridge High school in Basking Ridge, NJ… Won three consecutive New Jersey State Individual Women’s Epee Titles from sophomore to senior year… went undefeated at 2017 State Individual Championship to capture title… three-time Girls Fencer of the Year… Finished with an overall record of 85-15 in high school including at 22-2 tally during senior season… Part of first place epee championship team at the NJ State Squads Tournament in 2014 and 2015… second place in team championships during her senior season…Member of the National Honors Society… Soccer player and Two-time Olympic gold medalist Tobin Heath also attended Ridge High School.


Born August 3rd, 1999 in Basking Ridge, NJ. Daughter of David and Lillian Choy… It was her dad’s dream for his children to have the opportunity to go to an Ivy League school… Older brother Phillip Choy fenced foil at the Air Force Academy and older brother Jason Choy fenced sabre at Notre Dame… Cousins graduated from Princeton and Harvard… Recruited by University of Notre Dame and Temple…Started fencing at age 9 after stints with dancing, soccer and tennis… Favorite athlete is Serena Williams.


LeeAnn Choy of Ridge is the 2016-17 Girls Fencer of the Year

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