Jarocki goes 18-0 to post best individual record at Ivy Championships (Gil Talbot).
NEW YORK – The Harvard women's fencing team ended the two-day Ivy League Round Robin Tournament with a 4-2 record, tying for second place with Penn and Princeton.
Adrienne Jarocki posted the top record in the entire field at 18-0, and was one of two fencers to end undefeated. Aliya Itzkowitz finished third among sabre fencers at 13-5. Isabel DiTella finished second among epees at 15-3, and MacKenzie Lawrence was Harvard's top foil fencer, ending the event at 9-8.
The Crimson opened day two of the conference championship with a 22-5 dismantling of Cornell. The sabre squad, consisting of Jarocki, Itzkowitz and Kara Lee, went an undefeated 9-0, closely followed by the epee group at 8-1.
In its final matchup of the tournament, the Crimson fell to Princeton, 15-12. The three sabre fencers combined to score six points to begin the contest, but strong showings from the Tigers' foil and epee teams helped them top the Crimson.
The Crimson continues its 2015 schedule on Wednesday with the Beanpot, hosted by Brandeis. The event is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m.
Adrienne Jarocki- 18-0
Aliya Itzkowitz- 13-5
Kara Lee- 10-8