The Lions put up a strong showing at the NCAA Northeast Regionals with 10, and possibly an eleventh, fencers qualifying for NCAA Championships.
Columbia sends 19 of its fencers to Massachusetts this weekend to compete at the NCAA Northeast Regionals. A maximum of two fencers per school from each weapon can advance to next weekend's NCAA Championships.
The Light Blue closed out its regular season.
Following stellar individual performances at both national and international competitions, the men's and women's fencing squads will host NYU and Sacred Heart at Levien this Friday night.
The men’s fencing team tied Harvard for first, while the women placed third at Ivies in Providence.
Since 1956, the Columbia fencing team has won the Ivy League fencing crown 41 times. The Lions will have the opportunity to add to that number when they take to the strips at Brown for the 2014 Ivy League Round-Robins this weekend.
The men's and women's fencing teams will welcome Vassal, Sacred Heart, and NYU to the University Gym.
Men's fencing dropped their first match of the season in the St. John's Cup. Women's fencing went 4-1 in both competitions this weekend.
The men's and women's fencing teams compete downtown on Saturday and in Queens on Sunday.
The fencing teams performed well in their return to regular competition.
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