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Stevens Institute of Technology February 24, 2009

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Men’s Fencing Team Thrusts Its Way To Three MACFA Championships; UNC’s Act of Sportsmanship Yields Stevens Sabre Team Gold

2/23/2009

Contact: Rich Coyne

EASTON, PA. (February 23, 2009) – Freshmen Dzimitry Lamianski and Charles Steiner of the Stevens Institute of Technology men’s fencing team struck gold as both fencers earned championships in their respected weapons at the Middle Atlantic Conference Fencing Association (MACFA) championships Sunday afternoon in Easton, Pa. Lamianski, a sabriest, went undefeated in the preliminary rounds to post a perfect 16-0 mark. Going into the final ranked No. 1, he proceeded to plow thru to the field and in the championship bout defeated UNC’s Kevin Zeichman (Charlotte, N.C.) 15-12 for the gold.

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1. proprintwear - March 6, 2009

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National High School Fencing Blog

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The purpose of this site is to further High School Fencing in the United States. Coaches and High School Administrators are invited to post results and commentary. Fencers and Parents are invited to post commentary, not results. We have received positive feedback from several college coaches with regard to the creation of this blog. This is not a site intended to cause pain or grief, but rather give national prominence to the Athletes and the Sport.
We at Proprintwear are proud of our association with the sport of fencing. Our owner was first a Fencer, secondly a National Referee and now a business owner committed to furthering the image of fencing.
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Philip J. Daly
Proprintwear


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