A former member of the United States National Fencing team, Gail Rossmann Kedoin was a four-year letterwinner and two-time captain as a member of the Quakers (1985-88).
In each of her four seasons wearing the Red and Blue, Penn won the Ivy League title and Rossmann earned first-team All-Ivy honors. In the three decades since her graduation, she remains one of only two Penn fencers to ever accomplish the feat of being a four-time All-Ivy recipient.
During her sophomore campaign in 1986, Rossmann helped lead Penn to what remains its only women's NCAA fencing title. During that season, she was a second-team All-America in the foil. Two years later, as a senior, Rossmann once again earned second-team All-America status in the foil. At the NCAA Championships that year, she was the highest of any Ivy League finisher, placing fifth.
On the international stage, Rossmann was a semifinalist at the Junior Pan American Games.