Harvard Fencing Hosts Beanpot Tournament
Freshman Vaggo (left) and Moore represent the Harvard men's
and women's fencing teams, which will host the 2012 Beanpot
tournament on Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 6 p.m.
The Harvard men's and women's fencing teams will host Boston College, Brandeis, and MIT for the Beanpot tournament held at the Malkin Athletic Center on Tuesday afternoon. The event will begin at 6 p.m.
Last Time Out
Seniors Valentine Staller and James Hawrot, along with freshman Brian Kaneshige earned first team all-Ivy League honors in the saber, epee, and foil, respectively. Staller went 12-3 over the two-day span, missing out on sharing the individual title by a one win. Hawrot finished third in the epee field with a 10-5 mark and Kaneshige went 11-4 to finish tied for second. Lucas Lin landed on the Ivy League's second team in the foil. Lin went 9-6 in the field placing sixth.
Sophomore Alexandra Kiefer and junior Kathy Chou were named First Team All-Ivy selections for their efforts during the two-day tournament. Kiefer and Chou finished the weekend with 13-5 marks tying them for third best mark in the foil division. Senior Caroline Vloka and Felicia Sun along with freshman Emma Vaggo earned Second-Team All-Ivy selection. Vloka went 14-4 in the saber field, while Sun and Vaggo both went 13-5 in the epee division. Scouting Brandeis
Harvard is captained by sophomores Noam Mills and Caroline Vloka. Mills, hailing from Kfar Saba, Israel, placed second at the 2009 NCAA Championships, finished seventh at the 2009 European Championships and competed at the 2008 Beijing Olympics for Team Israel. Vloka, who calls Upper Saddle River, N.J. home, also placed second at last year's NCAA Championships.
Scouting Boston College