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NCAA Fencing
Fencers Take Seven of Eight at Sacred Heart Duals
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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Release: 12/08/2013

The Princeton fencing teams combined to win seven of their eight dual meets at the Sacred Heart meet Sunday, the team's final competition before getting going again in February.

Princeton's men won three of four, defeating Sacred Heart, NYU and Vassar but taking a 20-7 loss to Penn State. The women swept their four foes, winning at least 24 bouts each against Sacred Heart, NYU and Vassar while defeating Penn State 19-8.

With their sweep, the Princeton women ran their dual-match win streak to 26, not having lost since Feb. 2, 2013 against Ohio State at Northwestern, which will host Princeton's next competition on the first weekend of February.

Individual results are available below.

Men
Princeton 21, Sacred Heart 6
Foil (8-1): Daniluk 1-1, Dudey 3-0, R. Chen 3-0, J. Chen 1-0; Epee (5-4): O'Donnell 1-1, Politi 1-1, Granizo-Mackenzie 2-1, Hudson 0-1, House 1-0; Saber (8-1): Wiest 2-0, Stone 2-0, Cai 3-0, Pak 0-1, Dershwitz 1-0
Princeton 18, NYU 9
Foil (5-4): Daniluk 0-2, Dudey 3-0, J. Chen 1-2, R. Chen 1-0; Epee (6-3): O'Donnell 1-1, Granizo-Mackenzie 0-1, Hudson 3-0, Politi 1-1, House 1-0; Saber (7-2): Dershwitz 2-1, Wiest 3-0, Pak 2-1
Princeton 24, Vassar 3
Foil (7-2): J. Chen 2-1, Dudey 2-1, R. Chen 3-0; Epee (8-1): House 3-0, Hudson 3-0, Politi 2-1; Saber (9-0): Pak 3-0, Cai 3-0, Stone 3-0
Penn State 20, Princeton 7
Foil (1-8): Daniluk 1-2, Dudey 0-3, R. Chen 0-3; Epee (3-6): Hudson 0-3, House 3-0, Politi 0-3; Saber (3-6): Pak 1-2, Dershwitz 2-1, Wiest 0-2, Stone 0-1
Women
Princeton 24, Sacred Heart 3
Foil (9-0): Tsue 3-0, Levin 3-0, Meyers 3-0; Epee (8-1): Holmes 2-1, Van Brummen 2-0, Efthimion 1-0, Ford 3-0; Saber (7-2): Major 3-0, Stone 3-0, Youngblood 0-2, Wheeler 1-0;
Princeton 25, NYU 2
Foil (9-0): Tsue 3-0, Singh 3-0, Meyers 3-0; Epee (8-1): Van Brummen 0-1, Ford 3-0, Holmes 3-0, Scanlan 2-0; Saber (8-1): Major 3-0, Stone 3-0, Wheeler 2-1
Princeton 27, Vassar 0
Foil (9-0): Singh 3-0, Meyers 3-0, Levin 3-0; Epee (9-0): Van Brummen 2-0, Ford 3-0, Holmes 2-0, Efthimion 1-0, Scanlan 1-0; Saber (9-0): Major 3-0, Stone 3-0, Youngblood 3-0.
Princeton 19, Penn State 8
Foil (4-5): Singh 2-1, Levin 1-2, Tsue 1-2; Epee (7-2): Holmes 2-1, Van Brummen 3-0, Scanlan 2-1; Saber (8-1): Wheeler 3-0, Stone 3-0, Major 2-1

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