Lucas Lin and Jessica Morales were recognized for their performances at the Brandeis Invitational.
The men went 2-3 with wins over Cornell and Incarnate Word, while the women also defeated UIW. The Judges honored their seniors during the lunch break.
The women were 6-1 while the men went 4-1 at Brown University. Jada Harrison led the team with 16 wins.
After taking gold at their season-opening meet, rookies Jessica Morales and Josh Shuster claimed their first career UAA Weekly honors.
In addition to the two golds, Ian Quin was second in men's foil, Alexander Holtmann won silver in men's sabre, Maggie Shealy won silver in women's sabre, and Elliott Siegel took bronze in men's foil.
On October 21st, first-year fencers Maggie Shealy and Jessica Morales competed in Kansas City at the first of four US Olympic trial meets.
Coach Jennie Salmon led a contingent of five Judges to Asia, continuing a tradition established by Bill Shipman.
Haynie joins the department from Wellesley College, where she had been the senior associate director of athletics.
Three incoming members of the men's team and three of the women were honored for their academic success in high school, more than any other NCAA fencing program.
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