Team earns 8-7 combined record
Ohio State earns six medals, finishes in the top 5 for the 15th consecutive year
Alanna Goldie and Eugenia Falqui pick up bronze medals, Buckeyes hold on to fourth place
Buckeyes in fourth place after first three rounds of women's competition
Eleven fencers compete for national title
2016-2017 (Senior Season): Went undefeated at OSU Duals, registering six points.
2015-2016 (Junior Season): Competed at OSU Open, Elite Invitational and Northwestern Duals ... claimed first place at the OSU Open ... registered a season-high 19 wins at Northwestern Duals ... earned an 11-5 record at the Elite Invitational ... finished in third place at the Garret Penn State Open ... took second place at the NCAA Midwest Regional, qualifying for NCAA Championships ... finished in third place at her third appearance at NCAA Championships, her highest finish to date ... OSU Scholar Athlete.
2014-2015 (Sophomore Season): Led the women's epee unit with a 68-17 bout-record for the year ... went 23-1 at OSU Duals ... continued with winning records at OSU Invitational, St. John's Invitational, NYU Invitational, and Northwestern Duals ... earned a gold medal at the Garret Penn State Open ... claimed first place at Midwest Regionals ... finished in eighth place at NCAA Championships ... OSU Scholar Athlete.
2013-2014 (Freshman Season): Finished fourth at Midwest Regionals to qualify for 2014 NCAA Fencing Championships where she finished 22nd...earned a ninth place finish at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships...OSU Scholar Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State: Competed with the Italian National Team from 2010 to 2013 ... earned a bronze medal with the women's epee team at the 2013 World Championships in Porec, Croatia.
Personal: Daughter of Cristina Cordsen and Luca Falqui ... has two sisters, Camilla and Giulia ... majoring in photography ... enjoys taking photos, watching movies, and traveling.