CAMBRDIGE, Mass.- The No. 2 Harvard men's fencing team heads to Poughkeepsie, New York for the NCAA Northeast Regionals this Sunday, March 10. Beginning at 10 a.m. men's and women's bouts will kick off for a day full of fencing activity.
How to Follow
Where: Vassar College, Walker Field House
When: March 10, 10 a.m.
On the tail of end its season, Harvard prepares to take on opponents from 17 different schools around the region. Among those present will be the Crimson's Ivy League Individual Champion in foil and first-team All-Ivy member Geoffrey Tourette alongside teammates and first-team All-Ivy Albert Chien (epee) and second-team All-Ivy recipient, Daniel Solomon (sabre),
In addition to the trio headed to Poughkeepsie, Erwin Cai, Matt Branman and Jason Oh will represent the Crimson in sabre, while George Haglund and Duncan Rheingans-Yoo compete in foil. In its final weapons category, Harvard sends Jon Gill and Adrien Thein-Sandler for epee competition.
What to Know
- Sophomore foil fencer Geoffrey Tourette leads the Crimson with a +122-touch differential and a 34-2 record. Additionally, Tourette captured nine straight victories in his last outing at the Beanpot.
- In epee, Albert Chien holds a 34-15 record with a +53-touch differential.
- After capturing 10 victories during the Ivy League Championships, first-year Daniel Solomon leads the sabre squad with a 37-7 record and touch differential of +74.
- The Crimson last competed and captured its 11th Beanpot title after capturing victories over MIT, Boston College and Brandeis.
Awaiting the results of Sunday's competition, the Crimson looks to the NCAA Championships in Cleveland, Ohio from March 21-24.