: Co-captain is one of the nation’s preeminent collegiate fencers ... first team All-American all four seasons at Columbia, finishing first in the NCAA Championships in 2005, second in 2006, third in 2007, third in 2008 ... went 36-6 in 2008 ... first at Northeast Regionals ... first team All-Ivy League with a 17-1 record at Ivy Championships ... won 17 of 23 bouts at 2007 NCAA’s to reach championship round, where she lost to Caitlin Thompson of Penn State, but defeated Valerie Providenza of Notre Dame, 15-13 for third ... tied with Daria Schneider for team lead in regular-season victories, as both went 37-5, helping the Columbia women to a perfect 14-0 record and the Ivy League championship ... 17-1 in the Ivy League to earn first team All-Ivy honors ... perfect 3-0 records vs. 10 of Columbia’s 14 opponents ... 27-3 as a first-year, 31-2 as a sophomore ... secured the silver medal in sabre at the IFA Championships as women's team took second overall ... ... when she won the 2005 NCAA title, she became the first Columbia women to capture an NCAA crown since Tzu Moy in 1990.
Outside Experience: Member of the 2004 United States Olympic Team ... ranked as high as second nationally and 11th in he world when she was competing internationally ... 2004 Junior World champion.
At Westminster Schools: Did not compete in fencing.
Personal: Psychology major ... sister, Jackie, joins her on the Columbia team this season as a fellow women’s sabre fencer ... sister, Sada, and father, David, both fenced at Yale and internationally ... Emily Phillipa Jacobson, b. December 2, 1986 in Atlanta.
06-07 37-5 07-08 36-6