Emma Väggö
Emma Väggö
Year: Senior
Hometown: Kullavik, Sweden
High School: Sigrid Rudebecks Gymnasium
Position: Epee
Major: Economics
House Affiliation: Mather

Senior (2014-15):
Second team All-America selection ... Named to the All-Ivy second team ... Holds a 79-27 overall record with a +154 touch differential ... Went 3-0 against Tufts with a plus-9 touch differential (Dec. 5) ... Posted a perfect 15-0 record at the Tradition Tournament at Sacred Heart ... Went 12-3 at the St. John's Invitational to lead all epee fencers ... Recorded an 11-7 record at the Ivy League Round Robins ... Turned in a 7-2 mark at the Beanpot ... Placed seventh at the NCAA Northeast Regional with a 17-6 mark ... Finished sixth at the NCAA Championships with a 14-9 record and +11 touch differential.

Junior (2013-14):
All-America honorable mention selection … All-Ivy second team ... Competed at the St. John's Invitational (Jan. 26) ... Posted a 13-5 record, which tied for fifth, at the Ivy League Round-Robins (Feb. 8-9) … Went 5-0 to help Harvard claim its seventh straight Beanpot title (Feb. 12) ... Finished fifth at the NCAA Northeast Regional with a 13-10 mark and plus-12 indicator (March 9) ... Went 11-12 with 80 touches and a plus-13 scoring differential to finish ninth at the NCAA Championships (March 20-23). 

Sophomore (2012-13):
All-Ivy second team ... Placed 12th in epee at the 41st Garret Open at Penn State (Nov. 3) ... Picked up eight wins at the St. John's Invitational (Jan. 26) … Went 16-2 at Ivy League Round-Robins (March 2-3) ... Earned silver medal at NCAA Regionals (March 10) … Finished 14th at NCAA Championships, winning 10 bouts (March 23-24). 

Freshman (2011-12):
Second-team All-Ivy... Took bronze at the Garret Open at Penn State in the Epee event (Nov. 19) … Went 13-5 at the Ivy League championship helping the women to a third-place finish (Feb. 11-12) … Secured a gold medal at the NCAA Regional event hosted by Boston College (March 11) … Finished 14th at the NCAA championships (March 22-23). 

Before Harvard:
Member of the Swedish junior national team and Swedish Olympic training squad for the 2012 Games … Placed first in the Swedish Junior ranking competition and Swedish Cadet ranking competition and was a member of the first-place team in the Junior European Championships in 2005-06 … Earned first-place honors during the Nordic Cadet championships and the Swedish Cadet championships in 2006-07 … Secured second place in the 2006-07 Junior World Cup … Took third at the 2007-08 Junior World Cup … Finished first in the International Open as well as second in the Nordic Junior championships … Earned a pair of third-place finishes during the Swedish Junior Championships and the Ch Fillol International Open … Took first-place in the 2009-10 Junior World Cup … Ranked 10th in the FIE junior world rankings last year … Served as a trainer and leader of fencing groups at the Kungsbacka Fencing Club in Gothenburg, Sweden.