Anna Van Brummen and Isabel Ford picked up medals over the first three days of the North American Cup fencing event in Dallas over the weekend, headlining a group of several current and former Tigers at the event.
Ford and Van Brummen finished back-to-back in the Division I women's epee competition, with Ford winning silver and Van Brummen bronze. Those were two of the five medals so far to go to current or former Tiger fencers, with Jim Adams '61 winning silver in Veterans 60+ men's saber and bronze in Veterans 70+ men's epee. Graham Wicas '11 was a bronze-medal winner in Division I men's epee.
Other current Tigers who competed over the first three days included Audrey Abend, who placed 88th in the Division I women's epee competition, Alex House and Jack Hudson, who placed 15th and 17th, respectively, in the Division I men's epee competition, and Gracie Stone and Diamond Wheeler, who were sixth and 59th in the Division I women's saber event. Stone was one spot behind her sister Eliza Stone '13.
Foilists Eve Levin, who placed 13th, and Ashley Tsue, who placed 43rd, wrapped participation in the event for the current Tigers Monday.
For full results, visit the U.S. Fencing site here.