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9 NCAA College Fencing Facts
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9 NCAA College Fencing Facts

By Liza Tankimovich|March 5, 2024

College fencing is a super underrated sport in the NCAA. The sport has a limited number of schools that offer fencing as a varsity sport. This can make it challenging to...

7 College Fencing Recruiting Facts
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7 College Fencing Recruiting Facts

By Bella Nevin|February 6, 2024

Fencing is a super underrated sport in the world of college athletics. It is a super small population of athletes which means there isn't a ton of information out there...

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Who Is the Greatest American Olympian of All Time?
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Coach Interview: 18 College Fencing Questions With Vassar’s Abram Gregory
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Coach Interview: 18 College Fencing Questions With Vassar’s Abram Gregory

By Bella Nevin|July 31, 2023

Abram Gregory is a volunteer college fencing coach at Vassar College. Gregory was a student-athlete at Vassar before beginning a coaching career at Vassar. As a college fencer, Gregory won...

Daily Grind: Tufts Fencing Athlete Arianna Minassian
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Daily Grind: Tufts Fencing Athlete Arianna Minassian

By Bella Nevin|July 26, 2023

Arianna Minassian is on the fencing team at Tufts University. She just graduated from Tufts this year, but we were lucky enough to get some insight as to what Arianna's...

Why Olympic Sports Programs are Being Cut: Is It Right?
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Why Olympic Sports Programs are Being Cut: Is It Right?

By Chloe Singer|March 30, 2022

Financial shortfalls from COVID-19 have caused schools throughout the NCAA to make cuts to athletic programs. Between March and October of 2020, 300 teams were cut by 78 colleges and...

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Recruiting Horror Story™: An Elite Fencer’s Dilemma with Toxic Top-Rated Programs
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Recruiting Horror Story™: An Elite Fencer’s Dilemma with Toxic Top-Rated Programs

By Peyton Wright|March 8, 2022

Come back every Tuesday for Recruiting Horror Stories™, athletes' first-hand stories on what can go wrong during the recruiting process. Julia is a high-level fencer and student. This combination of...

Social Factors You Need to Consider When Picking a College
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Social Factors You Need to Consider When Picking a College

By Jay Korman|September 3, 2021

When deciding which college to commit to, you have to consider many factors in addition to the athletic department. As an athlete, the social opportunities, academic programs, location, and learning...

UNC Assistant Fencing Coach, Will Randolph’s Sharp Recruiting Advice on Point
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UNC Assistant Fencing Coach, Will Randolph’s Sharp Recruiting Advice on Point

By Keirsten Sires|January 9, 2020

Will Randolph graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008 and was a four-year letter winner for the Tar Heels. The assistant fencing coach at UNC....

The  Day in the Life of a DI Fencer
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The Day in the Life of a DI Fencer

By Firoz George|November 15, 2018

Daily Grind articles are posted every Wednesday to provide an introduction into a day in the life of a college athlete and an example of time management skills. Typically, student-athletes...

Boston College Admissions: What They Look for in Athletes
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Boston College Admissions: What They Look for in Athletes

By Barbara Gonzalez|January 7, 2018

2aDays sat down with David Weber from the Boston College Admissions office and asked him what they look for in a potential student-athlete. Q: What should a student-athlete not do...

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Tips to Get Recruited for Fencing
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Tips to Get Recruited for Fencing

By LRT Staff|August 20, 2016

Fencing in college is more popular than you would think. Many schools around the country have fencing programs offered at their school, whether that is at the Division I, intramural,...

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