Albert Chien
Albert Chien
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hong Kong
High School: Canadian International School of Hong Kong
Position: Epee
Major: Mechanical Engineering
House Affiliation: Winthrop

Senior (2018-19):
All-Ivy League first team honors…Capped off his final season with the Crimson 60-35 with a +53-touch differential… Qualified for NCAA Championships after boasting a 16-7 record with a +15-touch differential for a fourth-place finish at NCAA Regionals… Posted a 11-4 performance while adding +20 touches at the Ivy League Championships… Swept his opponents, 5-0, on two occasions… Aided the Crimson to its best outcome since 2006 with a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships in Cleveland, Ohio.

Junior (2017-18): 
Earned a 8-7 record at the Ivy League Championships ... Recorded a 4-3 mark at the Beanpot Tournament with a plus-three touch differential ... Posted a 5-6 record at the Tradition Tournament with a plus-six touch differential.  

Sophomore (2016-17):
CoSIDA Academic All-District At-Large team ... Earned All-America second team accolades ... Registered a 60-44 overall record on the season ... Finished seventh at the NCAA Championships ... Paced the epee squad at NCAA Regionals with an 16-7 record, good for third place ... Recorded a 7-2 record at the Beanpot Tournament, including a 3-0 mark against BC, a 3-0 record against Brandeis, and a 1-2 tally against MIT ... Earned three wins at the Ivy League Championships ... Went 3-0 versus NYU with a plus-six touch differential … Tallied a 7-8 mark at the St. John’s Invitational, including a +1 touch differential ... Went 10-5 at the Tradition Tournament hosted by Sacred Heart, including a +12 touch differential. 

Freshman (2015-16):
Finished 43rd at the Penn State Open in the epee event (Nov. 7-8) ... Went 5-5 in the Tradition Tournament (Dec. 6) ... Tallied a 4-10 mark at the Ivy League Championships (Feb. 6-7) ... Assisted Harvard in capturing the Beanpot after recording a 7-2 record (Feb. 10) ... Finished 11th at the NCAA Northeast Regionals with a 10-13 record (March 13).

Before Harvard:
Ranked first in Hong Kong U17 division, fifth in U20s, and ninth in seniors … Placed second at 2014 Hong Kong Open … Third-place at Asian Cadet Championships in 2014 … Took sixth at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games … HKSSF Division A Individual Champion in 2014, and Division B Champion in 2012 and 2013 … Amnesty International CDNIS Executive Member … Symphonic Winds Concert Band first flutist … Principal’s Award recipient.