Jessica Morales is a sophomore fencer at Brandeis University with dual citizenship from the U.S. and Colombia. The biology major was named an honorable mention All-America selection by the United States Fencing Coaches Association in the sabre in her rookie season. Morales, a five-time UAA Fencer of the Week, earned a bronze medal at the Junior Pan Am Games in February, upsetting a top-ranked junior sabre fencer in the world.
A pair of Brandeis University first-year women's sabre fencers, Jessica Morales of Wilmington, Massachusetts, and Maggie Shealy of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, have been named honorable mention All-Americans by the United States Fencing Coaches Association.
A pair of Brandeis University first-year women's sabre fencers, Jessica Morales and Maggie Shealy, will represent the Judges at the 2020 NCAA National Collegiate Fencing Championships in Detroit, Michigan, on March 19-22.
The Brandeis University women's fencing team saw two first-year competitors place within the top seven in their respective weapons at today's NCAA Northeast Regional at Cornell University, the final meet for qualification for the NCAA National Collegiate Fencing Championships in Detroit March 19-22.
The New York University women's fencing team competed in the NCAA Regional Championship in Ithaca, NY, on Sunday, March 8. The event was hosted by Cornell University.
Brandeis University rookie Maggie Shealy had one of the best finishes in recent memory at the 2020 Junior Olympics in Columbus, Ohio, placing 13th overall out of 227 competitors in the sabre competition.
The New York University women's fencing team competed at the George Kolombatovich Memorial Meet hosted by Columbia University on Wednesday.
The Brandeis University women's fencing team rode a big win from its foil squad to victory over MIT tonight as the Judges posted a 1-2 record in the annual Fencing Beanpot Tournament with local rivals Harvard and Boston College tonight.
The Brandeis University women's fencing team suffered five losses today at the 2020 Duke Invitational, facing some of the toughest competition of the season.
On Saturday, February 8, the New York University women's fencing team competed in the Fairleigh Dickinson University Invitational, in Teaneck, NJ.