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Jarocki Dodges
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Jarocki Dodges

Junior saber fencer Adrienne Jarocki (left) avoids her opponent's attack during the FIE Sabre Grand Prix at the Gordon Indoor Track.

Jarocki Brand Talking
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Jarocki Brand Talking

Junior saber fencer Adrienne Jarocki chats with Harvard coach Peter Brand in between bouts at the FIE Sabre Grand Prix.

Dershwitz Kim Grand Prix
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Dershwitz Kim Grand Prix

Harvard fencer Eli Dershwitz (left) faces off against Korea's Junghwan Kim, the No. 2-ranked men's saber fencer in the world.

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Men's Basketball

Select Crimson Athletes Don National Squad Colors to Compete on the International Stage

Before and even in the middle of their Harvard careers, a select few Crimson athletes chase international glory for their respective national teams.

Jarocki Dodges
Fencing

Three Harvard Fencers Compete at the FIE Sabre Grand Prix Boston

Fencing against fields that featured three different Olympic champions and a handful of Olympic medalists over the weekend, three Crimson fencers took part in the FIE Grand Prix at Harvard’s Gordon Indoor Track and held their own against the best saber fencing competition in the world.

Fencing

BRIEF: Fencing Teams Sweep Away Competition in Undefeated Fashion

Both the men’s and women’s fencing teams went undefeated over the weekend at the annual Traditional Tournament to carry momentum from last season’s strong NCAA Tournament finishes.

Fencing

For Two Fencers, Paths Cross Again in Cambridge

Led by two sabers, Adrienne Jarocki and Aliya Itzkowitz, the women’s fencing team will be trying to make history.​

Fencing

Women's Fencing Routs Wellesley, 27-0

The Crimson (1-0) routed Wellesley (7-7) by a 27-0 score at the Malkin Athletic Center on Thursday evening. Harvard’s foil, sabre, and epee weapons all posted perfect 9-0 bout records in an impressive start to the season.

Fencing

Fencing Squads Collect Multiple Individual Top 10 Finishes At Garret Open

​After a long offseason layoff, the Harvard men’s and women’s fencing squads travelled to Penn State to compete in the Garret Penn State Open, which saw Harvard fencers competing as individuals in a crowded field. Despite competing with what junior foil fencer Stephen Mageras described as one of the smallest collegiate teams in the field, the Crimson had a few solid performances in the season’s first competition.

Dershwitz Tashkent
Fencing

Male Rookie of the Year: Dershwitz To Pursue Olympic Dreams

​For some athletes, collegiate competition is not enough. Freshman sabre fencer Eli Dershwitz came to Harvard with the full knowledge that he would be taking a break from the team after his freshman season.

Championship Celebration
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Championship Celebration

Dershwitz and his American teammates celebrate Dershwitz's victory at the Junior World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Foreign Fencing
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Foreign Fencing

Dershwitz competes against Italy's Francesco Bonsanto at the Junior World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on April 7.

Dershwitz the Champion
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Dershwitz the Champion

Dershwitz is carried aloft by teammates after a win at the Junior World Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Dershwitz Tashkent
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Dershwitz Tashkent

Harvard freshman Eli Dershwitz, pictured above in action in early April at the Junior World Championships held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, will be taking a year off from his studies to pursue a spot on the US Olympic team.

Fencing

Freshman Fencer Wins World Junior Saber Title

Freshman fencer Eli Dershwitz won the World Junior Saber Title on Tuesday at the Cadet and Junior World Championships after tying for third place in the NCAA Championships two weeks ago.

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