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Women’s fencing competes in Temple Open November 12, 2007

Posted by sallehon in New Jersey.
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Rich Coyne

Issue date: 11/9/07 Section: Sports

Stevens Institute of Technology junior fencer Rachel Cannell finished 14th out of 84 fencers in epee at the 28th Annual Temple University Fencing Open on Saturday. The open included Divisions I, II and III teams as Cannell was the top-finisher out of all Division III institutions that competed in the event.

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1. sallehon - November 13, 2007

Men’s Fencing Opens Season at NYU Dual Meet

11/12/2007

Contact: Rich Coyne

NEW YORK, N.Y. (November 12, 2007) – On Thursday November 8 the Stevens Institute of Technology men’s fencing team opened the 2007-08 season by falling to the Violets of New York University at the Coles Sports Center in New York, N.Y. The men lost both matches in the dual meet (22-5, 18-9) however juniors Lowden Charles and Ben Hochberg each were able to turn aside matches were they went 3-0.

Charles went undefeated in the first match as Hochberg picked up his flawless scoring in the second match. Both men went 4-2 over the two matches and Head Coach Maka’il Sankofa felt confident that they will continue to have strong performances as the team moves further into the season.

“While our start was a bit shaky, I saw everyone put their best foot forward and I’m confident we will make improvements as we move through the season,” said Sankofa.

The Ducks will return to action on Sunday as they compete in the Penn State Open at 8:30 a.m. in University Park, Pa.

http://www.stevensducks.com/sports/mfencing/release.asp?release_id=3255


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