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NCAA Announces the 144 Student-Athletes — 24 Per Weapon — Invited to 2023 NCAA Fencing Championships

03/14/2023, 3:30pm CDT, By Bryan Wendell

The format for this tournament is madness indeed: In each weapon, every student-athlete fences every student-athlete in a series of five-touch bouts. That’s 24 fencers in 23 bouts apiece over two grueling days. Consider it the largest pool round you’ve ever seen.

Debut of Fencing for Everyone Initiative Commands the Spotlight in Columbus

03/14/2023, 12:45pm CDT, By Bryan Wendell

Earlier this month in Columbus, Ohio, USA Fencing launched its Fencing for Everyone initiative, powered by Leon Paul. This new effort aims to make the sport of fencing more accessible by bringing it to cities across the United States through school programs and parks and recreation departments.

New Additions to Membership, Development Teams Will Help USA Fencing Serve Our Members and Our Future

03/14/2023, 11:45am CDT, By USA Fencing

Three new additions to the USA Fencing Membership and Development teams are designed to ensure we serve members better and help unlock new ways for people to financially support our movement.

Temple University Head Fencing Coach Jennie Salmon Shares Insights on Recruiting Student-Athletes

03/13/2023, 3:30pm CDT, By Rick Woelfel

A fencer’s record in competition is just one step in the process. Salmon’s evaluation of a potential recruit goes beyond what is on a bout sheet. Here’s a look at her winning formula.

USA Fencing Board Approves Motions Related to Grievance Committee, Conflicts of Interest and Succession Planning

03/13/2023, 2:00pm CDT, By Bryan Wendell

During the meeting, which was held virtually, the Board discussed succession planning, Hall of Fame selection criteria, conflict of interest and whistleblower policies, the appointment of a Grievance and Disciplinary Committee and more.

USA Fencing Disappointed, Frustrated at Reinstatement of Fencers and Officials From Russia and Belarus

03/10/2023, 10:45am CST, By Bryan Wendell

USA Fencing is disappointed, frustrated and disturbed — though not all that surprised — at the outcome of today’s vote, wherein more than 60% of nations voted to allow fencers and officials from Russia and Belarus to return to international fencing competition.

USA Fencing Immovably Against Reinstatement of Fencers and Officials from Russia, Belarus

03/09/2023, 7:30pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

In a written address to the FIE (International Fencing Federation) expected to be read during the Congress, USA Fencing Treasurer Samuel Cheris outlines the reasons behind USA Fencing’s strong opposition.

Team USA Roster Now Complete for 2023 Junior & Cadet Fencing World Championships

03/08/2023, 1:30pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

With the announcement of the Junior Women’s Epee, Junior Women’s Saber and Junior Men’s Foil squads, we now know the complete list of athletes who will compete at the 2023 Junior & Cadet Fencing World Championships.

Veteran Fencers, Don’t Miss the U.S. Fencing Foundation’s Reception and Veterans Town Hall in St. Louis

03/08/2023, 10:15am CST, By Bryan Wendell

The U.S. Fencing Foundation is inviting all Veteran fencers — as well as anyone who supports this great community — to attend a reception and town hall during the April North American Cup in St. Louis.

March 2023 NAC Day 4 Recap: Julie Xiao of Canada Finds Success With a Little Help From a Substitute Strip Coach

03/06/2023, 8:00pm CST, By Bryan Wendell

In the Cadet Women’s Saber finals on Monday, the Canadian asked her friend and fellow saber fencer to be her strip coach — a collaborative end to the 2023 Parafencing National Championships and March North American Cup, held in Fort Worth, Texas.

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