CAMBRIDGE, Mass.- The No. 2 Harvard men's fencing team toppled NYU 23-4 in the final home contest of the season. The foil squad of Geoffrey Tourette, Duncan Rheingans-Yoo, George Haglund and Matt Branman dominated the field, posting a perfect 9-0 to clinch a Crimson victory.
- Sophomore foil fencer Geoffrey Tourette led the Crimson tallying the highest touch differential on the day of +11, with three victories moving to 14-0 on the season.
- Sabre first-year fencer Daniel Solomon swept his NYU opponents while recording a +8 touch differential. Solomon continues to lead Harvard with 24 victories.
- In Epee, Albert Chien captured all three wins over NYU and established a +7 touch differential.
Harvard 23, NYU 4
The squad heads to New Haven, Conn. for the Ivy League Championship hosted by Yale, Feb. 9-10.