Men's Fencing Goes 3-1 at Temple Invitational

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – It was an exciting start to the day for the University of Pennsylvania men’s fencing team, as the No. 7 Quakers defeated No. 1 Penn State at the Temple Invitational held in McGonigle Hall. The Red and Blue also defeated Brown and No. 8 Princeton but fell to No. 6 St. John’s to finish the day 3-1. Penn will wrap up their regular season slate tomorrow at the USCSC.

Results (3-1)
No. 1 Penn State, W 17-10

No. 6 St. John’s, L 10-17
Brown, W 18-9
No. 8 Princeton, W 14-13

Senior Jason Chang posted the best record for the Quakers on the day, going 9-2. Chang posted a perfect 3-0 mark against PSU and 2-0 against Brown. He also went 2-1 against SJU and Princeton.

Going 8-4, freshman Jake Raynis posted the best record for epee. The freshman went a perfect 3-0 against Brown and added 2-1 marks against PSU and Princeton, as well as a 1-2 mark against SJU.

Along with fellow senior Chang, senior Sean Turner also posted nine wins on the day. Turner went 9-3 with 3-0 marks against both Ivy opponents. He also went 2-1 against PSU and 1-2 against St. John’s.

Up Next
Quakers will resume action tomorrow at the US Fencing Collegiate Squad Championships hosted by Drew University. Bouting is set to begin at 9 a.m. in the Simon Forum.

Foil (1-3): 17-19

Epee (3-1): 20-16
Sabre (3-1): 22-14

Individual Results
Jake Raynis: 8-4

Rene Gannon-O’Gara: 2-4
Zsombor Garzo: 7-5
R.J. Shipp: 3-3
Ira Schlosberg: 0-6
John Vaiani: 6-6
Jason Chang: 9-2
Harry McGuire: 1-3
Denes Marton: 1-2
Steven Yang: 8-4
Isaac Buchwald: 3-6
Sean Turner: 9-3
Michael Zhuang: 2-1

Download: Brown-Penn Men.pdf