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The varsity fencers finished tenth in a field of ten at the 25th Intercollegiate Fencing Association Championship Friday and Saturday at New York University.
The team fell to last place in open and foil, but the individual efforts of Captain James Pusey, John Kennedy, and Paul Winig led the Crimson to a sixth place finish in the sabre division.
Columbia and NYU battled to a first place tie with 59 points each in the tourney's first dead heat since the Yale-Army finish in 1930. The tie ended NYU's three-year domination of the Championship.
John Kennedy's 6-3 record in pool three of the saber division was the Crimson's top performance.
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