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The North Carolina fencing team sent two representatives to the 2011 NCAA Fencing Championships, which wrapped up Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.
For the North Carolina fencing team, this season has been all about growth. Coach Ron Miller came into the year with 21 freshmen, so there was no question that this year’s fencing squads would be largely green.
North Carolina’s fencing team placed first in four out of six categories, including a sweep of the men’s events, at the Temple Intercollegiate Open in Philadelphia on Sunday.
Although the North Carolina fencing team wasn’t able to replicate last weekend’s remarkable success, it was able to get a preview of opponents it will see later in the season.
When the North Carolina rowing team trains for a meet, raising money is not usually on its list of preparations.
The North Carolina men’s and women’s fencing teams traveled to Virginia Beach, Va., this weekend for the 2012 North American Cup, which concluded their preseason competitions.
The North Carolina fencing teams started off their regular seasons this weekend with meets at Vassar in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and at Brandeis in Waltham, Mass.
Any time a team is preparing to face a top-10 opponent, mental preparation is key. Building up to this past weekend, in which North Carolina faced three top-10 teams at the Penn State dual meets, the Tar Heels did plenty of that.
The men’s and women’s fencing teams traveled to Philadelphia and New York City this weekend where their teams’ strengths became very apparent. The men’s team competed in both the Philadelphia Invitational and the NYU Invitational.
This weekend, members of the North Carolina fencing team have an opportunity that most Tar Heels can only dream of — fighting a Blue Devil.
Inconsistency has plagued the North Carolina fencing team throughout the season, and it surfaced again at the U.S. Collegiate Squad Championships Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.
Although the North Carolina fencing team qualified four fencers for the NCAA Championships in San Antonio, Texas, this weekend, sophomore Gill Litynski will travel alone.
Before North Carolina fencer Gill Litynski left for the NCAA Championships in San Antonio, the sophomore said she wanted to make a name for herself as the only female fencer from her school.
North Carolina’s fencing team stepped up the level of competition this weekend at the North American Cup in Cleveland and held its own against some of the best fencers in the world.
Student-Athlete.Those two words were carefully and deliberately placed to show the priority that academics hold over athletics for the millions of college athletes who juggle school and sports. Junior fencer Gillian Litynski chose to put “student” before “athlete”. Litynski, a global studies and nursing double major, studied abroad in Israel for the fall of 2013 . Despite being gone for a large portion of the season, she was still able to qualify for and compete in the NCAA Fencing Championship this past weekend . Litynski finished eighth overall in the women’s sabre . This came as some disappointment to Litynski, who finished third overall in the same event last year . However, Litynski said it was all worth it.
After sacrificing for the greater good of the team most of last year, sophomore Evan Philpot was ready to reclaim his natural role and achieve the individual success he knew he was capable of.
Members of the North Carolina fencing team arrived in Kentucky this past Friday, eager to put on strong performances at the 2014 North America Cup set to run through Monday afternoon.
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Despite the busy homecoming weekend in Chapel Hill, the North Carolina fencing team traveled to Columbus, Ohio to compete in the OSU Invitational Sunday.
At last weekend’s dual meet at Ohio State, the North Carolina fencing team was missing several key female fencers.