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Tallied a 57-44 overall record for the season ... Earned a 20th-place finish at the NCAA Championships with nine wins ... Went 6-6 at the NCAA Regional Tournament, earning a 15th place finish amongst 45 competitors ... Tallied an 8-1 record at the Beanpot Tournament, inlcuding a 3-0 mark against Brandeis, a 3-0 decision against MIT, and a 2-1 record against BC ... Earned seven wins at the Ivy League Championships, finishing ninth amongst the field ... Went 5-1 against NYU and Tufts, notching a plus-nine touch variance ... Earned an 8-7 record at the St. John’s Invitational ... Led the foil squad with a 3-0 sweep over Wellesley on Dec. 7, adding seven points to her overall touch differential ... Tallied an 11-4 record at the Tradition Tournament (Dec. 3-4) and a +31 touch differential.
Named to the All-Ivy second team ... Finished ninth at the NCAA Championship with a 13-10 record and a -1 touch differential (March 24) ... Earned All-America honorable mention ... Placed second in the Penn State Open with a good finish in the epee (Nov. 7-8) ... Finished with a 3-0 record against Wellesley (Dec. 3) ... Helped push the team to a victory in the Tradition Tournament with a 14-1 record (Dec. 6) ... Assisted Harvard in capturing a share of the Ivy League Championship title with her 12-6 record (Feb. 6-7) ... Recorded a 6-3 record at the Beanpot, helping Harvard to its ninth title (Feb. 10) ... Finished sixth at the NCAA Northeast Regionals with a 16-7 record (March 13).
Ranked eighth in national point standings for junior women's epee and 23rd in senior women's epee ... Placed fourth on 2014 Junior team at Junior Olympics ... Finished top 32 at Junior World Cup in Laupheim, Germany ... Helped team finish second at 2014 Division I Championships ... Also a two-year member of crew team ... AP Scholar ... Co-Founder of Migrant Workers Outreach Club ... Volunteered for Read Global NGO ... Father, Sean, graduated from Harvard in 1985 and was co-captain of the wrestling team ... Uncle, Todd Pollack, played football at Boston College.