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Hurleys continue to win January 28, 2009

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 01/27/2009 11:46 CST

Courtney Hurley won the junior women’s epee North American Cup event Jan. 16-19 at Louisville, Ky. She is ranked No. 1 in the country in junior women’s epee and No. 2 in the seniors. She is No. 2 in the world in the junior division.

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Women’s Fencing Dominates Field at NFC Competition January 28, 2009

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January 28, 2009

The MIT women’s fencing team kicked off the new year by defeating all six of its opponents at last Saturday’s Northeast Fencing Conference (NFC) meet hosted by Brown University. The Engineers topped Boston College (16-11), Tufts University (16-11), Smith College (23-4), Dartmouth College (24-3), Vassar College (18-9), and the host Bears (14-13). With the wins, the Engineers improved to 13-6 overall and 11-1 in the NFC.

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Fencing the nation’s best January 28, 2009

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 Frances Sawyer
Staff Reporter
Published Tuesday, January 27, 2009

This weekend Bulldog fencers faced their toughest competition of the season as they fenced, and fell to, the No. 1 and 2 teams — Ohio State and Notre Dame — at the NYU Invitational.

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One year later, fencing squad mirroring last season’s strong results January 28, 2009

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Matt Forman
Issue date: 1/27/09 Section: Sports

 Not much changes in one season. At least that has held true for Northwestern fencing.

After starting last season 16-0, the Wildcats traveled to New York City and went 3-3 in the NYU Duals. One season later, the Cats started 15-0 and faced the prospect of heading east. The result was the same – NU went 3-3 against the same teams in the same fashion.

Both times, the Cats went into the NYU Duals ranked sixth in the nation

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Both squads perfect at meet January 28, 2009

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by Melissa Siegel
Staff writer

Posted online at 3:19 AM EST on 1/27/09

When the men’s fencing team faced Brown University earlier this season at the Brandeis Invitational Dec. 8, the foil squad dropped seven of nine matches to the Bears in an eventual 16-11 defeat. Given another chance to face the Bears at last Saturday’s Northeast Fencing Conference meet, the Judges’ foil squad was determined to avenge their defeat, this time on the Bears’ home floor.

“The foil squad worked hard in practice and just came in with a much better attitude, an attitude more of ‘We can win, we can beat these teams, we are the better team,’ and it was successful,” captain and foil Will Friedman ’09 said.

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Epee squad shines in fencing’s first conference meet January 28, 2009

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Jeremy Greenhouse

 Published: Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The women’s fencing team squared off against six schools on Friday in Providence, Rhode Island as part of the New England Intercollegiate Women’s Fencing Association’s (NEWIFA) first conference meet. By the end of the day, it was a test of endurance as much as skill.

“I won a bunch; I lost a bunch,” freshman foilist Meredith Paul said

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Fencing committee seeks Division III nominees August 1, 2008

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July 31, 2008 
 
The NCAA News 
 
The appointee must be an administrator from a Northeast region institution that sponsors women’s fencing

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