except Men's Sabre. Results linked, below high scores per school
Men's Epee-Harvard 1/2, Columbia 3/4/5
Women's Epee-Harvard 1/3, Columbia 2/5
Women's Foil-Harvard 2/3, Columbia 1/4
Men's Foil--Harvard 2/7, Columbia 3/4/5
Men's Sabre-Harvard's best-17, Columbia 2/8
Women's Sabre--Harvard 1/6, Columbia 2/3/5
And a 2nd foil, subject to how each competitor did through the year.
Columbia's 2nd Saber at risk
I don't think the top two men's sabre fenced. I've heard that they were suspended. Harvard with 10 fencers is good news for us. If Columbia only qualifies 11, that's more good news for 3 in a row.
After a quick scan it looks like ND, Columbia, and Princeton are the only teams with a fill compliment of 12
joined Harvard with 10 but they have at least one in every competition. NCAA Host Duke only has 8. The only other ACC fencers are from UNC with 1 women and Boston College with 2 men fencers participating.
4 day meet starts in 8 days. Good luck Irish!
Women have qualified their max 6 (2 each for foil, epee and sabre). Men are just starting.
1 and 2 in every weapon except Men's Epee which were 2nd and 4th.
Per one arficle I read, Midwest regional gets 5 Mens epee slots so j assume we are good
We have qualified all 6 for the men's team. The two men's epee-ists were the highest ranked coming into the day, so a 2nd and 4th finish, which count for about 40% of the NCAA qualifying, were enough to qualify them.
All eyes are on the Mid-Atlantic Regionals today.