Stephanie Sarabia
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    Stephanie Sarabia

    Class:
    Sophomore

    Hometown:
    Yuba City, CA

    High School:
    Yuba City

    Position:
    Saber

    10/20/2013

    Girardot, McElwee, Redhead, Chiang and Bergstedt all claimed medals at Falcon Open

    Division I and Junior NAC in Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 8-11

    10/15/2013

    Fencers competed in October NAC Division II

    North American Cup, Oct. 11-14 Recap

    09/30/2013

    Falcons bring the home medals from the Amarillo Open

    Fencing Results, Sept 28-29

    09/15/2013

    Fencers did battle and won! Nick Toth Open came to a close today at the Academy

    Women's Senior and Junior Competition recap

    09/06/2013

    Air Force Fencers open the Nick Toth Open

    Nick Toth Open, Saturday and Sunday, Sept 14-15

    2012-13: In 2012, she placed 19th in senior mixed saber at the New Mexico Open ... and was the seventh-place finisher in senior women's saber ... finished in 13th place in seniors at the Falcon Open ... in 2013, she broke even at the Notre Dame Dual with a 7-7 bout record.

    Before the Academy: Graduated from Yuba City High School ... lettered in Frosh and JV volleyball ... lettered in Frosh and Varsity basketball and was MVP ... received a varsity letter for cross country and awarded Most Improved. Academics: Honor roll ... received the California Scholarship Federation, Spanish National Honor Society, Student of the Month/Principal's Award, Outstanding Filipino Youth Award, Beale Officers Spouses Award and Association de Guadalupana Award ... earned the Falcon Foundation Scholarship ... parents are Ruben and Irene Sarabia ... has one brother, Shanahan ... enjoys snowboarding, cooking and dancing.

    Academy: Major is BioChem ... future plans include Flight Doctor.

    Expectations: "All that I am after is a life full of laughter. As long as I am enjoying the things I do, surrounded by friends I love, and then life will be good. I expect to build countless memories from all the experiences, hardships, and celebrations that I will endure throughout my Academy life and athletic career."

    Inside Fencing