Mona Shaito
Mona Shaito


Garland, Texas

High School:
Brighter Horizons Academy



Buckeyes Gear Up for Midwest Fencing Conference Championships

Ohio State set to compete in Evanston, Ill.


Buckeyes come out victorious at Northwestern Duals

Ohio State ends the day with a combined 11-3 record


Ohio State Fencing Opens 2014-15 Season with OSU Duals

Buckeyes host annual event at French Field House


Ohio State Fencing Wraps Up Competition at DeCicco Duals

Both No. 2 women's squad and No. 4 men's squad tally 4-1 record


Buckeyes face fierce competition at Elite Exhibition Match

Fighting Irish come out on top over the Scarlet and Grey

2012-13 (Sophomore Season): Won bronze at the NCAA Championships in her second-consecutive appearance at the event, securing First Team All-American honors ... claimed third at the Midwest Regional ... secured the gold at the Midwest Conference Championship, earning First Team All-Midwest Conference ... led the women's foilists with 46 overall season wins ... member of the silver-winning women's foil squad at the U.S. Squad Championships ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.

2011-12 (Freshman Season): First Team All-American ... joined the team in January after finishing high school a semester early ... showed her talent in the regular season, finishing 45-2, including two perfect outings at the St. John's (N.Y.) Duals (15-0) and Northwestern Duals (21-0) ... tied for bronze at Midwest Fencing Conference championships before claiming gold at the Midwest Regional March 10 to earn a berth to the 2012 NCAA Championships ... continued her dominance at the NCAAs, posting an event-best 21 victories in the qualifying rounds to earn the top seed in the semifinals ... upset by fourth-seeded Luona Wang on Pennsylvania, 15-8, in the semifinals ... will compete for Lebanon at 2012 Olympic Games in London after finishing first at Asia and Oceania qualifier in Wakayama City, Japan, in April.

Personal: Daughter of Talal and Kim Shaito ... has five siblings: Zain, Mai, Malak, Manal and Samar ... brother Zain and sister Mai are members of the Ohio State fencing team, both competing in foil.