Buckeyes tally six top-20 finishes through first two days of competition
Men’s unit suffers loss to Columbia, women’s unit downed by Columbia and Princeton
Your daily guide on the Scarlet and Gray in Rio
Three Buckeyes qualify for 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro
Ohio State earns six medals, finishes in the top 5 for the 15th consecutive year
Summer 2016: Represented Team Canada in individual women's foil competition at the Rio Olympics ... upset the world No. 1 Arriana Errigo of Italy, 15-11 ... her seventh place finish marked the first time a Canadian fencer advanced to the final eight in the Olympics in women's foil.
2015-2016 (Junior Season): Led the women's foil unit with a 66-2 record for the season ... competed at all competitions for the Buckeyes ... went undefeated at OSU Duals (14-0) and Elite Invitational (18-0) ... finished in second place at the OSU Open ... claimed first place in individual competition at Midwest Fencing Conference Championships ... helped the wome's foil unit to a first place finish in team competition at MFC Championships ... finished in third at NCAA Midwest Regional, quaifying for NCAA Championships ... made her second appearance at NCAA Championships, finishing in first place ... claimed 21 wins and a +67 indicator in round robin competition at NCAA Championships ... defeated Notre Dame's Sabrina Massialas, 15-9, in the semifinal round and Columbia's Jackie Dubrovich, 15-10, in the final round for her first NCAA Championship title ... OSU Scholar Athlete.
2014-2015 (Sophomore Season): Had a season-best 16-5 bout-record at Northwestern Duals ... also competed in NYU Invitational, St. John's Invitational, and OSU Invitational ... claimed first place at the Garret Penn State Open ... earned a fourth place finish at Midwest Regionals ... finished in ninth place at NCAA Championship ... OSU Scholar Athlete.
2013-2014 (Freshman Season): Competed in the St. John's Invitational, NYU Invitational and Northwestern Duals...finished tied for third in the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships...earned a sixth place finish at Midwest Regionals...finished in fifth place at the Pan Am Junior Championships...OSU Scholar Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State: Division I Virginia NAC Champion and Canadian Jr. National Champion in 2012 ... won the 2013 Serbia World Cup ... 2013 Junior Pan American Champion for individual and team ... earned fourth place at Team World Championships in 2013.
Personal: Daughter of Lise Graydon and Ken Harvey ... grandfather ran track at Michigan State ... descendent of Vincent Van Gough ... majoring in psychology ... competed in karate and cross country in high school ... goal is to be a firefighter and go to the Olympics ... enjoys Ultimate Frisbee, biking, hiking, and drawing ... greatest sports thrill was beating Russia to make the Top Four at the 2012 World Championships as the anchor in overtime.