58 Ohio State student-athletes posted 3.7 or better GPAs in 2011-12
Ohio State produces five automatic qualifiers for NCAA championships
Team competition takes place Sunday
Sophomore Piasecka one of 10 Buckeyes to finish in Top 10
Ohio State begins season with flawless performance at home
2010-11 (Junior Season): Finished with 22 victories in the regular season ... took sixth at Midwest Conference Championships ... earned 10th at NCAA Midwest Regional Qualifier ... took 46th at Cincinnati, Ohio, and 22nd at Dallas, Texas, NAC events ... 18th at Penn State's Garret Open ... Academic All-Big Ten ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2009-10 (Sophomore Season): Started the season placing 26th at the Garret Open in University Park, Pa. ... placed 18th at the North American Cup in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... took 45th at the San Jose, Calif., NAC ... picked up three wins at the NYU Duals ... finished seventh at the Midwest Conference Championships, earning second-team All-MWC accolades ... OSU Scholar-Athlete ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2008-09 (Freshman Season): Recorded a 26-21 mark against varsity opponents ... finished with season-high 15 victories in Northwestern Duals ... placed fifth at Midwest Conference Championships and sixth in NCAA Midwest Qualifier ... took first in women's sabre category at Junior Olympics in Albuquerque, N.M. ... earned eighth in junior division and 14th in senior division at Louisville, K.Y., North American Cup ... placed 20th at Portland, Ore., NAC ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State: Took first place at the 2006 Division II NAC in Atlanta ... was third in the Division IA NAC in Miami and finished fifth in the junior division at the same event ... fenced at the Sacramento Fencing Club from 2001-06 and at the Hristov Fencing Club from 2007-08.
Personal: Daughter of Jenniene and Bob Cheng ... enjoys reading in her spare time ... trains guide dogs for the blind ...lists her greatest sports thrill as winning her first medal at the Sacramento NAC.
Buckeyes Compete in October NAC
Buckeye Fencers Sweep OSU Duals, 8-0