Eliza Enyart
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    Eliza Enyart

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Bend, Ore.

    High School:
    Bend Senior

    Position:
    Epee

    Senior Eliza Enyart earned her third trip to the NCAAs after qualifying at the Western Regional tournament in March ... at nationals, finished 19th ... at regionals, she won the women's epee tournament ... at the Nick Toth Open, she tied third in her event ... also tied third in the New Mexico Open ... concluded the 2006-07 regular season with a dual-meet record of 25-5 ... at the April NAC "F" competition, she finished 23rd in epee and finished 31st at Summer Nationals.

    2005-06: Became USAFA's first All-American in women's fencing, finished 11th at the NCAA Championships ... qualified for the 2006 NCAA finals at the Western Regionals, earning the women's gold medal in epee ... second-place finisher at the Junior Olympics ... helped her team to a 3-3 finish at the UC San Diego dual meet ... women's team went 4-5 at the Northwestern dual ... the only AFA woman to finish in the top 25 at the NAC "B" Juniors in Albuquerque ... had a strong finish at the Falcon Open, winning the women's epee event. 2004-05: Established herself as one of the team's best women fencers ... concluded her freshman season as the eighth-place finisher at the Junior Olympics ... finished 18th at the 2005 NCAA Fencing Championships ... qualified for the Juniors, tying for third place ... finished 42/99 at the Division I NAC in Kansas ... at the NAC in Richmond she finished 33rd ... was the second-place finisher at the Falcon Open in the women's division and finished 10th in the mixed competition ... at the Military Championships, she was the first-place finisher ... at New Mexico Open, she fell to 21st place in the open competition, but won the women's division ... finished eighth at Nick Toth Open in the women's event and 33rd in the mixed division.

    Before Air Force: Her fencing experience included the High Desert Fencing Club in Oregon, where she fenced for nine years ... she won the Oregon State Games six times and placed in the top 16 in the 2004 Junior Olympics ... parents are Bill Enyart and JoAnne Grant ... father played pro football for the Buffalo Bills and the Oakland Raiders ... wants to enter the World Class Athlete Program after graduation and become a member of the 2012 Olympic team in London.

    Academy: Member of 3rd Group Staff ... on commandant and dean's lists ... majoring in behavioral sciences, leadership and organizations track, with a minor in French ... summer 2006, completed Operation Air Force in South Carolina ... did maintenance work on C-17s ... was cadre/cadet leadership for Global Engagement ... in Cadet Squadron 28 "Badass Blackbirds".

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