Sophomore co-captain Caroline Vloka, shown here in earlier action, went a perfect 9-0 in the first weekend of the Ivy Championships. The Harvard women went 2-1 on the weekend, while the men were 1-1.
The men's fencing team (8-5) finished its last day of matches with two wins, defeating Air Force, 17-10, and Haverford, 23-4, while the women also swept the same opponents, 24-3 and 21-6.
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Freshman sabre fencer Caroline Vloka showed a level of poise normally not reserved for rookies on Saturday against tough opposition, finishing a perfect 6-0, including a victory against Dagmara Wozniak, an Olympian.
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Freshman Valentin Staller continued his impressive fall campaign for the Crimson, notching a 3-0 night against Sacred Heart. The Crimson as a whole dominated the Pioneers, with the men winning 17-10 and the women posting a 23-4 victory in addition to a 22
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