ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

Alexander Eldeib
Alexander Eldeib
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Burke, Va.
High School: Edmund Burke School
Position: Epee
House Affiliation: Leverett

Sophomore (2014-15):
Earned All-Ivy first team honors ... Holds 41-29 overall record with a +39 indicator ... Went 7-5 at the Tradition Tournament at Sacred Heart ... Posted a 10-5 record at the St. John's Invitational to help Harvard win the tournament ... Tied for lead among all epeeists with 11-4 mark at the Ivy League Round Robins, helping the Crimson win the Ivy League title ... Went 3-2 at the Beanpot ... Finished 12th at the NCAA Northeast Regional with a 10-13 overall mark.

Freshman (2013-14):
Earned All-Ivy second team honors ... Made his collegiate debut at the Tradition Tournament, where he went 11-4 (Dec. 8) ... Earned six victories at the St. John's Invitational (Jan. 26) ... Posted a 10-5 record, which tied for fourth, at the Ivy League Round-Robins (Feb. 8-9) ... Went 6-3 at the 7th Beanpot (Feb. 12) ... Finished seventh at the NCAA Northeast Regional with a 15-7 mark and plus-24 indicator (March 9) ... Went 10-13 with 91 touches recorded to finish 17th at the NCAA Championships (March 20-23).  

International

(2013-14):
Finished fifth in the Division I men's epee and ninth in the Junior men's epee at the January North American Cup Jan. 17-20 … Won gold at the Junior Olympics (Feb. 15) ... Placed 52nd at the US National Championship (April 11-14). 

Before Harvard:
Two-year member of the US National Team and selected as captain in 2012 ... Member of the U17 men’s epee bronze medal team at the 2012 World Championships ... Two-time US U17 national champion ... Finished first at the U20 NAC in November 2011 ... Placed third at the Division I NAC in January 2011... In 2012 at the U17 European Circuit Chalons, placed first ... Certified referee in foil and saber ... His sister, Nadia Eldeib ’13, fenced at Harvard.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS