Harvard Crimson fencing

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Harvard Crimson
Harvard Crimson.svg
First season 1888
Head coach Peter Brand
14th year, 306–111  (.734)
Home stadium Malkin Athletic Center
Location Cambridge, Massachusetts
League NCAA Division I
Conference Ivy League
National Titles 2006
Rivalries Columbia Lions fencing
All-Americans 73 [1]
Colors Crimson, White, and Black[2]
              
Fight song Ten Thousand Men of Harvard
Mascot Harvard Crimson
Website www.gocrimson.com
For information on all Harvard University sports, see Harvard Crimson.

The Harvard Crimson fencing team is the intercollegiate fencing team for Harvard University located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The team competes in the Ivy League within the NCAA Division I. The university first fielded a team in 1888. The team is currently coached by Peter Brand.

History[edit]

Harvard founded the first collegiate fencing team in the United States in 1888. The team has captured six individual NCAA titles and produced seven Olympians, including one medalist, Emily Cross.

Notable former players[edit]

Harvard's Athlete of the Year Recipients[edit]

Harvard's Athlete of the Year Runner-Ups[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Eli Dershwitz, Under-20 World Saber Champion, and US Olympic saber fencer

Championships[edit]

NCAA Championships Individual Winners[edit]

NCAA Championships Overall[edit]

  • 2006 Champions[15]

IFA Championships Individual Winners[edit]

References[edit]

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