Michael Woo
Michael Woo
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Wayne, N.J.
High School: Delbarton School
Position: Foil
Major: Computer Science
House Affiliation: Pforzheimer

Sophomore (2013-14):
All-America honorable mention selection ... Earned All-Ivy first team honors ... Earned 10 victories at the St. John's Invitational (Jan. 26) ... Posted a 13-2 record, which finished second, at the Ivy League Round-Robins (Feb. 8-9)… Went a perfect 3-0 against Boston College at the 7th Beanpot (Feb. 12) ... Claimed Silver at the NCAA Northeast Regionals with an 18-6 record and plus-49 indicator (March 9) … Went 13-10 with a plus-15 indicator to finish ninth at the NCAA Championships (March 20-23). 

Freshman (2012-13):
Named to All-America second team … Received All-Ivy League first team accolades ... Competed with the foil squad against NYU, North Carolina, Sacred Heart, Vassar and Penn State to help Harvard get off to a 4-1 start in team competition (Dec. 1) ... Went a perfect 9-0 at Beanpot (Feb. 12) … Went 13-2 at Ivy Round-Robins (March 2-3)... Won the bronze medal at NCAA Regionals (March 10) … Won 14 bouts at NCAA Championships (March 21-22). 


Claimed 15th and 19th, respectively, in the Division I and Junior's men foil at the November NAC (Nov. 8-11) ... Finished 9th at the Eden Cup (Nov. 30) ... Placed 9th at the December NAC (Dec. 15) ... Earned his second Junior World Cup medal with a third-place performance, good for bronze, at the Udine Junior World Cup (Jan. 4) .... Finished 21st in the Division I men's foil at the January NAC (Jan. 17-20) ... Won Silver with USA's foil squad at the Junior World Championships and finished 19th individually (April 3-12) ... Took 48th at the Prince Takamado Grand Prix in Tokyo (May 3-4).

Placed 15th out of 161 competitors at men's junior foil event (Nov. 10) and 13th out of 178 in the Division I men's foil event (Nov. 12) at the November North American Cup … Finished ninth in the Division I men's foil event at the December North American Cup (Dec. 7) ... Earned the bronze medal at Udine Junior World Cup.

Before Harvard:
Placed second in 2011 Cadet Junior Olympics … Ranked in the top eight in every Junior NAC in 2010-2011 season … Came in ninth in Junior World Cup in Lignano, Italy and eighth in London, England … Placed sixth in the Division I (senior) 2012 National Championships … National merit commended scholar … AP scholar with honor … Four-year volunteer for Operation Smile.