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Fencers Take Four of Six Titles at NCAA Regional

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 03/08/2014
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Ambika Singh, Katharine Holmes, Jack Hudson and Gracie Stone all won NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional titles Saturday at Lafayette.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Princeton turned in a successful NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional performance Saturday as four Tigers won titles.

Foilist Ambika Singh, epeeists Katharine Holmes and Jack Hudson, and saberist Gracie Stone all finished atop the table in their weapons. Singh's title is her third consecutive, and she can go for the career sweep next year. Stone finished behind only her sister Eliza Stone '13 as a freshman last season.

The regionals account for 60 percent of a fencer's results toward qualifying for the NCAA finals. The other 40 percent came from regular-season bouts. Depending on the weapon, the Mid-Atlantic/South Region is allocated between six and eight places at the NCAA finals, and the field will be announced Tuesday. Princeton has placed the maximum 12 at the NCAA Championships each of the last four years.

Princeton's finishes are below, and complete results can be found here.

Men's Foil
4. Michael Dudey
7. Rodney Chen
17. Jeff Chen

Women's Foil
1. Ambika Singh
2. Sharon Gao
4. Eve Levin
7. Ashley Tsue

Men's Saber
5. Philip Dershwitz
14. Peter Pak
17. Michael Wiest
18. Robert Stone

Women's Epee
1. Katharine Holmes
2. Susannah Scanlan
13. Audrey Abend
22. Christina Efthimion

Women's Saber
1. Gracie Stone
3. Diamond Wheeler
5. Desirae Major
16. Arden Youngblood

Men's Epee
1. Jack Hudson
10. Alex House
16. Jamie O'Donnell
18. Luke Politi

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March
14
Saturday
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- 11:00 AM
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15
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- 10:00 AM
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- 12:15 PM
March
17
Tuesday
Softball
at Georgetown (Game 1)
- 4:00 PM
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- 6:00 PM
March
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- 3:00 PM
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- 5:00 PM
March
19
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vs. Rider (Liberty Tournament)
- 7:30 PM
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- 12:15 PM
Softball
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- 7:30 PM
March
21
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- 10:00 AM
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- 2:30 PM
March
25
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- 4:00 PM
March
27
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- 4:00 PM
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28
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- 12:30 PM
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- 2:30 PM
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31
Tuesday
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- 4:00 PM
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03
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at Dartmouth (Game 1)
- 2:00 PM
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04
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- 12:30 PM
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08
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