|Title:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
|Previous College:||Harvard 2019|
Following a successfull collegiate and international career, Eli Dershwitz joins the Crimson as a volunteer assistant coach for the men's and women's fencing programs in September 2019.
Over the course of his Harvard career, Dershwitz had a record of 257-30 (.895) and earned two first team All-America honors, four first team All-Ivy League honors and two CoSIDA Academic All-America honors. He won back to back NCAA and Ivy League titles in men's sabre and capped off his Harvard career with a perfect 32-0 record his senior year.
Dershwitz also brings a wealth of success on the international stage where he won gold at three Senior World Cups in Algeria, Italy and Poland in 2017, 2018 and 2019, respectively. He captured silver at the 2018 World Championships in Wuxi, China, his first individual metal at a World Cup Event, in 2017 at the World Cup in Madrid. He is the first U.S. men's sabre fencer to win the overall World Cup title, and has won 13 international individual senior level medals.
In 2015 Dershwitz qualified for the 2016 U.S. Olympic team. He helped the U.S. men's Sabre team win silver at the Budapest World Cup and was the top-ranked sabre fencer in the world during his senior season at Harvard.