Buckeyes make five appearances in medal rounds, most of any team
Falqui, Weiss and Chastanet earn automatic NCAA Championship bids
Highlights from the past week in Ohio State Athletics
Buckeyes earn five squad titles, three team titles
Ohio State claims 15 medals at first day of competition
- Finished in 3rd (17-6, +18) at the 2017 NCAA Championships
- Finished in 5th place at the 2016 NCAA Championships
- Finished 12th for Team Canada at the 2017 Pan American Fencing Championships, team went on to finish in 2nd place overall
Senior Season (2016-2017)
Contributed three wins to the men's sabre unit's 63-9 bout-record at OSU Duals ... earned 10 wins at Elite Invitational Duals ... claimed 11 victories at St. John's Invitational Duals ... earned a season-high 16 wins at Northwestern Duals ... combined for a total of 40 wins in regular season competition ... finished second in individual competition at MFC Championships ... helped the sabre unit to a first place finish in team competition at MFC Championships ... claimed a second place finish at the NCAA Midwest Regional to qualify for a fourth NCAA Championships appearance.
Junior Season (2015-2016)
Competed at all competitions for the Buckeyes ... claimed second place at the OSU Open ... registered a season-best 12-3 record at the Elite Invitational ... claimed ten wins at Northwestern Duals ... went undefeated (3-0) at OSU Duals ... tied for third place at Midwest Fencing Conference Championships, earning All-Conference First Team honors ... claimed first place at Midwest Regionals (7-2, +14), qualifying for his third appearance at NCAA Championships ... finished the 2016 NCAA Championships in fifth place (15-8, +22).
Sophomore Season (2014-2015)
Competed in St. John's Invitational, NYU Invitational, and the OSU Invitational ... registered 11 wins at the OSU Invitational ... finished fifth place at Midwest Regionals ... made his second appearance at NCAA Championships ... finished in 13th place at the event.
Freshman Season (2013-2014)
Earned a second place finish at the Midwest Regionals to pave his way to a spot at the 2014 NCAA Championship...finished in ninth place at the event...joined the Buckeye squad during the middle of the season...registered 18 wins at Northwestern Duals.