On March 24-27, 2016, Brandeis University's Gosman Athletic Center will play host to the best collegiate fencers at the NCAA National Collegiate Fencing Championships.
Brandeis University was announced as the host of the Championships in December of 2013.
This will be the fourth time in school history that Brandeis will play host to the ultimate event in collegiate fencing. The Judges previously hosted in 1994, 1999 and 2004. The Judges have produced All-Americans in two of those three years, and had the best team placement in school history in 1999, when they finished 12th.
Brandeis is one of only a handful of Division III institutions to have hosted this event. The next two hosts, as announced in 2013, will be Notre Dame and Penn State.
MARCH 24: Social Media Stream
MARCH 23: NCAA Championship Notes
MARCH 22: NCAA Digital Program
MARCH 22: Link for Live Results
MARCH 15: NCAA Fencing History by George Masin
MARCH 14: Links to Regional Results
West Region: March 5, U.S. Air Force Academy
Mid-Atlantic/South Region: March 12, Lafayette Univ. (moved to Moravian)
Midwest Region: March 12-13, Ohio State Univ.
Northeast Region: March 13, Vassar College (hosted by Yeshiva Univ.)
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