The men's and women's fencing teams compete downtown on Saturday and in Queens on Sunday.
After a strong performance in its opener, CU fencing will participate in the Brandeis Invitational.
The Light Blue will send 11 fencers to nationals after stellar performances at Regionals this weekend.
Fencing has long been one of Columbia's most successful athletic programs in no small spart due to excellent coaching acumen and the availability of prestigious facilities in New York city.
Historical Meet Plus offers last chance for competition before heading to Cambridge for the Ivy League Championships.
The Light Blue fencing teams pulled together for a 5-0 record at the NYU Invitational.
The fencing team has not slipped from their standards of competition, despite the long break. Upperclassmen lead both the teams by posting few losses and several wins.
Men's and women's fencing dominated their only home dual meet of the season, defeating NJIT, Stevens, and Tufts each by a large margin.
Current Columbia fencers and alumni alike made a strong showing at the North American Cup this past weekend, with freshmen making their own mark.
Geoffrey Loss finished first at the Men's Sabre Junior World Cup while Jackie Dubrovich took bronze at the Women's Foil Junior World Cup.
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