PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIPACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE
Elizabeth Tartakovsky
Elizabeth Tartakovsky
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Livingston, N.J.
High School: Livingston HS
Position: Sabre

First-year (2018-19):
Named All-America first team… All-Ivy first team… Individual Ivy League Champion in sabre… Concluded her rookie year with +180-touches on a 69-15 record… Finished third at NCAA Championships with a 19-5 mark and +36 touches… During NCAA Regionals, tabbed +54-touches and a 19-4 record to collect a silver medal… Additionally swept in the opening round at regionals…Registered a nearly perfect performance at Ivy Championships with a 14-2 tab with a +39-touch differential…Collected seven bouts with a perfect, 5-0, score… Propelled the Crimson to its best outcome since 2006 with a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships in Cleveland, Ohio.

Before Harvard:
Member of varsity fencing team for four years at Livingston … Member of the Manhattan Fencing Center, the US Cadet Under 17 National Fencing Team (2017) and the US Junior (Under 20) National Fencing Team (2016-2018) … Received the 2018 Essex County Scholar Athlete Award … Named to the New Jersey All-State first team in 2015 and 2016 … 2016 State Individual Champion in women’s sabre … 2015 Santelli Sabre Squad Champion … 2015, 2016 and 2017 State Squad Champions in women’s sabre … Member of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Junior National Team … Member of the 2017 Cadet National Team … Member of the 2016 bronze and 2018 silver World Medalist Junior Women’s Sabre team … 2017 Individual World bronze medalist in Cadet Women’s Sabre … Officer and member of the National Honor Society … Member of the Spanish National Honor Society … 2016 and 2017 Music Fest Talents Festival grand prize winner for piano … Volunteered for the Yury Gelman Foundation and the Livingston Soccer Circle … Sister, Gabrielle Tartakovsky ’19, fences at Harvard.

PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIP, ACADEMIC INTEGRATION AND COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE