Ohio State in Seventh at NCAA Championships

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Margarita Tschomakova tied for third with a team-best 19 victories and first year Alison Miller took 16th with nine wins.

Tschomakova, who was named a first-team All-American, entered the medal round as the second seed, but was upended 15-10 by third seed and eventual sabre champion Caroline Vloka of Harvard.

The foil twosome of junior Oksana Dmytruk and sophomore Allison Henvick followed closely behind with 26 points. Dmytruk earned second-team All-America honors after finishing seventh with 14 victories. Henvick added another 12 wins, taking 10th place and third-team All-America laurels.

Senior Julia Tikhonova, Ohio State's lone epeeist, supplied 10 points toward the championship after a 14th place finish.

St. John's is perched at the top of the standings with 92 team points, but only two points separate St. John's from third place Penn State (90). Notre Dame sits strong in second with 91 points.

The championships resume tomorrow at 10 a.m. with the first day of men's competition.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State fencing team currently stands in seventh place at the 2010 NCAA Championships in Boston, Mass., following the conclusion of the women's portion of the event.

The Buckeyes' sabre duo provided the most points toward the team championship after sophomore Margarita Tschomakova tied for third with a team-best 19 victories and first year Alison Miller took 16th with nine wins.

Tschomakova, who was named a first-team All-American, entered the medal round as the second seed, but was upended 15-10 by third seed and eventual sabre champion Caroline Vloka of Harvard.

The foil twosome of junior Oksana Dmytruk and sophomore Allison Henvick followed closely behind with 26 points. Dmytruk earned second-team All-America honors after finishing seventh with 14 victories. Henvick added another 12 wins, taking 10th place and third-team All-America laurels.

Senior Julia Tikhonova, Ohio State's lone epeeist, supplied 10 points toward the championship after a 14th place finish.

St. John's is perched at the top of the standings with 92 team points, but only two points separate St. John's from third place Penn State (90). Notre Dame sits strong in second with 91 points.

The championships resume tomorrow at 10 a.m. with the first day of men's competition.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio State fencing team currently stands in seventh place at the 2010 NCAA Championships in Boston, Mass., following the conclusion of the women's portion of the event.

The Buckeyes' sabre duo provided the most points toward the team championship after sophomore Margarita Tschomakova tied for third with a team-best 19 victories and first year Alison Miller took 16th with nine wins.

Tschomakova, who was named a first-team All-American, entered the medal round as the second seed, but was upended 15-10 by third seed and eventual sabre champion Caroline Vloka of Harvard.

The foil twosome of junior Oksana Dmytruk and sophomore Allison Henvick followed closely behind with 26 points. Dmytruk earned second-team All-America honors after finishing seventh with 14 victories. Henvick added another 12 wins, taking 10th place and third-team All-America laurels.

Senior Julia Tikhonova, Ohio State's lone epeeist, supplied 10 points toward the championship after a 14th place finish.

St. John's is perched at the top of the standings with 92 team points, but only two points separate St. John's from third place Penn State (90). Notre Dame sits strong in second with 91 points.

The championships resume tomorrow at 10 a.m. with the first day of men's competition.