Air Force has put together its men's and women's fencing schedule for the 2015-16 season.
Air Force is currently in 10th place at NCAAs
NCAA Men's & Women's Fencing Championships, March 19-22, OSU, Columbus, OH
Division I Nationals and NAC Division III continues Monday, March 2
2013-14: Started the year with three first-place showings ... 2013 Nick Toth Open, Amarillo Open and Falcon Open ... 39th at the NAC D1 in Cleveland ... wa 12-6 at Brandeis ... 10-2 at Western Invitational ... was 13-2 at the Duke Invitational and 9-1 at the West Regionals ... qualified for the 2014 NCAA Fencing Championships, finished 17th ... was 25th at the NAC D1 in Dallas ... finished in 15th place at the NAC D1 in Virginia Beach ... competed in the 2014 Seoul World Cup in April ... fifth on the Falcons' 500 Club for individual career win percentage at or above 500 (.657/124-54).
2012-13: At the Amarillo Open, was the gold medal champ ... placed 27th at the NAC ... won the Falcon Open ... tied for third at the Junior NAC ... finished 21st in Div. I at the NAC ... in 2013, competed in the Jr. ITA World Cup in Udine, Italy, finishing 23rd ... 8-4 at the Western Invitational ... eighth at the NAC Juniors ... at Junior Olympics, finished 29th ... 13-2 at Notre Dame ... earned all-region ... third in region (8-1) ... finished seventh in the Division I National Championships in Richmond, Va.
2011-12: Men's foil champion at the Nick Toth Open ... won the gold medal round, 15-13 ... fourth in Western Region ... qualified for NCAAs, finished 11th ... All-American ... freshmen record was 43-21.
Before the Academy: Fencing since he was nine years old ... fenced at the Athletic Club Northeast with coach Walid Mahran ... enjoys training during his downtime and doing school work. Academy: Major is management ... wants to continue fencing after graduation ... member of Cadet Squadron 10.