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Caleb Lee

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Living Through Sports: Parting Shot

"Though I was never cut out to be a Division I athlete, The Crimson sports board gave me access to telling these stories of the game that evolve into the lessons of life."

Derswhitz Claims Saber Crown, Fencing Finishes Fifth at NCAAs

Two years after a third-place result, Dershwitz has national saber fencing crown and the team a fifth place finish.

Fencing Posts Strong Showings at NCAA Northeast Regional

The men’s side sported a top-three finisher in each of the weapons, and women’s co-captain Adrienne Jarocki began her quest for her third saber individual championship crown with a second-place finish.

BRIEF: Men's and Women's Fencing Sweep Regional Opponents

Saturday at the Malkin Athletic Center, the men's and women's teams downed a combined three opponents.

Men's, Women's Fencing Commence Spring Season at St. John's Invitational

With both squads entering the day ranked seventh in the country, the Crimson men’s side (5-5) suffered close defeats and finished with a 1-4 match record against other top collegiate fencing programs, while the Harvard women (5-6) ended their day with a 2-3 match record.

Female Athlete of the Year: Adrienne Jarocki's Return to Glory

After coming to Harvard and dominating the fencing field on her way to an NCAA title in 2014, Jarocki dropped out of the national title in 2015 before reclaiming the top spot in the nation this season.

BRIEF: Fencing Earns 10 Top-10 Finishes at NCAA Regionals

Led by senior Aliya Itzkowitz’s gold medal in women’s saber, the men’s and women’s fencing squads competed their way to 10 top-10 finishes at the NCAA Northeast Regionals in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. over the weekend.

Women’s Fencing Clinches Share of Ivy Title for First Time Since 2009, Men Finish Fourth

For the first time since 2009, the Harvard women’s fencing team earned a share of the Ivy League Championship trophy, thanks to strong performances from the saber squad and an epee group that held its own despite its relative lack of experience.