2005-06: In March, she captured the Division III women's epee title at the NAC in Reno ... finished 11th in the region for women's epee ... finished in the top 20 at the NAC in Miami last October. 2004-05: She concluded the season at the NAC in Denver where she finished 34th of 57 ... also competed in women's foil at the event, where she finished 60/86 ... finished 70/85 at the NAC juniors in Overland Park in January ... in December, she competed in mixed epee at the Falcon Open, finishing 39/48 and also competed in the women's event, finishing third ... in November, against Army, she was the seventh-place finisher at the Military Championships ... she was the sixth-place finisher at the New Mexico Open in the women's event and finished 47/73 in the open competition ... in September, she was the third-place finisher at the Nick Toth Open. 2003-04: At the New Mexico Open, she had an 11th-place showing ... fell to 53rd in the open epee competition ... was the Falcons' No. 2 finisher in the Military Championships ... at the Falcon Open, she was 23rd in the mixed competition and had a sixth-place finish in the women's competition ... she competed in the NAC juniors where she finished 77th. Before Air Force: She did not fence before coming to the Academy ... she had a 10-year martial arts career ... she was a member of the U.S. Women's National Team for Wado Ryu World Cup in Tokyo, Japan, and was the first American woman to receive the Merit of Competition Award, and ranked fifth ... she was a three-year varsity letterwinner for track and field and three for badminton ... class salutatorian ... she was a member of the National Honor Society and Student Council ... her parents are Mark and Stella Bigelow. Academy: Majoring in history and minor is Russian ... spent one month studying Russian for language immersion in St. Petersburg, Russia ... completed the Academy Flight Screening program ... Third Group Class of 2007 Representative ... helped to coordinate cadet volunteers for the Salvation Army Back-to-School shopping program for local underprivileged children this past summer.