Jarocki, Itzkowitz, DiTella Earn First Team All-Ivy Recognition

Jarocki, Itzkowitz, DiTella Earn First Team All-Ivy Recognition

Väggö named to All-Ivy second team (Gil Talbot).

NEW YORK – Adrienne Jarocki, Aliya Itzkowitz and Isabel DiTella, of the No. 4 Harvard women's fencing team, were named to the All-Ivy League first team, announced by the league office. Emma Väggö was placed on the second team.

The Crimson finished the Ivy League Round Robins in a three-way tie for second with Princeton and Penn with a 4-2 record.

Jarocki put together an 18-0 competition, which stands as the best mark in the entire tournament. The defending sabre national champion, Jarocki was a first team All-Ivy selection last year.

Itzkowitz ended with a 13-5 mark, which was the third-best record among sabre fencers in the event. The national runner up last year, Itzkowitz earns her second-straight first team All-Ivy honor, and third total conference award.

DiTella was recognized with her first All-Ivy first team, and second total, conference honor after posting a 15-3 record in epee. The mark was the second-best among epee fencers.

Väggö finished sixth in the epee division with an 11-7 record, helping to earn her second team recognition. The award is the fourth-straight second team honor for Väggö.