Event: Foil
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 145lbs
Birthplace: San Francisco, Calif.
Current Residence: South Bend, Ind.
Education: Bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame (2019), Graduate of Drew High School (2015)
Club: Massialas Foundation 
Coach: Greg Massialas (father) and Dean Hinton
Current U.S. Ranking: No. 5
Current World Ranking: No. 87

  • First U.S. fencer ever to win a Youth Olympic Games gold medal (2014)
  • Four-time NCAA All-American (2019, 2018, 2017, 2016)
  • Two-time ACC Champion (2017, 2016)

Olympic Teams: 2020 (Replacement Athlete) 

Senior World Championship Teams: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014

Pan American Championship Teams: 2017 (Gold - Team, Silver - Individual), 2016 (Gold - Team), 2015, 2014 (Gold - Team)

Junior World Championship Teams: 2017 (Silver - Team), 2016 (Gold - Individual, Silver - Team) 2015 (Silver - Individual, Silver - Team), 2014 (Gold - Team)

Cadet World Championship Teams: 2014 (Silver), 2013 (Silver), 2012

Youth Olympic Teams: 2014 (Gold)

Personal: Sabrina grew up as the daughter of three-time Olympian Greg Massialas and the younger sister of Alexander Massialas, but she has become one of the nation's most promising young fencers in her own right. Following back-to-back silver medal wins at the 2013 and 2014 Cadet World Championships, in 2014, Sabrina anchored the women's foil team to its first gold medal at the Junior Worlds since 2009.

At 17, she qualified for her first Senior World Team represented the United States at the 2014 Senior World Championships in Kazan, Russia in the team event. Later that summer, Sabrina made history when she became the first U.S. athlete in any weapon ever to win gold at the Youth Olympic Games. In 2016, Sabrina brought home individual gold and team silver from the Junior World Championships.