Ann Totemeier and Miriam Grady represented NCF in competition at the April North American Cup, including Division 1 National Championships, in Baltimore, Md., this past weekend, and they achieved great results there!
Miriam finished 24th in Division 1 National Championships.
Ann made the finalists podium three times (nearly four!) in veteran’s events, including winning the individual gold in Veteran 40 women’s epee, and helping her team The Needles win gold in Veteran women’s team epee events! Additionally, she made the podium finishing 7th in Veteran 40 women’s foil, and finished 9th in Veteran Combined Women’s Epee!
Great results from a small squad! We’re proud to see all the work you’ve done in the club be rewarded on the National competitive circuit!
NCF’s Sam Senseman won the Cadet Men’s Epee competition at the Stroh RJCC in Pasadena, Calif., this past weekend. Sam also renewed his B rating and earned points towards qualifying to compete in the July Challenge! Great job Sam!
NCF’s Cosima Martus finished 7th place in Division 1A Women’s Epee at the Stroh Memorial competition in Pasadena, Calif., on Friday! By finishing in the top 10 of the event, she also earned points toward qualifying to fence at Summer National Championships!
Five NCF fencers made it to the finalists’ podium today – the last day of the SDFA Rocky Mountain RJCC/ROC!
In Cadet Women’s Epee, Isabella finished 7th and Olivia 8th!
And in Division 1A Men’s Epee, Jack won the gold medal, Nyle won bronze, and Gary took 8th!
On day two of the SDFA Rocky Mountain RJCC/ROC, three NCF fencers earned medals!
Sara took silver in Junior Women’s Epee this morning!
This afternoon, Nyle won Junior Men’s Epee and Ann was 8th in Division 1A Women’s Foil!
Congratulations to Cosima and Sara, who won medals at the March North American Cup, contested this weekend in Cleveland, Ohio!
Cosima took 3rd place in Division 2 Women’s Epee on Friday,
and Sara was 7th place, Saturday, in Y14 Women’s Epee!
Our fencers were in competition in Denver, Colo., Santa Fe, N.M., and Havana, Cuba, this weekend! Fantastic! Their results were…
Jack Bradford finished in the top 8 of Junior Men’s Epee at the Pan-American Championships, Sunday, in Havana, Cuba!
Y14 Men’s Epee (Santa Fe):
Y14 Women’s Epee (Santa Fe):
Senor Mixed Epee (Santa Fe):
5th Bella (earning her C!)
10 Charlie (earning his D!)
Senior Women’s Epee (Santa Fe):
3rd (tied) Tean
3rd (tied) Olivia
Senior Mixed Epee (Denver):
2nd Gary North
Senior Women’s Epee (Denver):
2nd Ann Totemeier
3rd (tied) Rachel
3rd (tied) Cosima
Lots of great results this weekend! It is gratifying to see all the hard work in practice be rewarded!
Miriam Grady won the bronze medal in Junior Women’s Epee at the 2017 Junior Olympic Championships! Skill, determination, fortitude and cleverness were all evident in her game Saturday, Feb. 18th, as she fought her way onto the finalists’ podium out of a field of more than 200 competitors. We are very proud of her and happy to see her dedication to hard work be rewarded!
This weekend NCF’s fencers competed at the local Bill Goering Memorial competition at the Denver Fencing Center! Their work and determination earned gold in Open Women’s Epee and Foil, and Open Mixed Epee, as well as other great results, including:
Senior Mixed Epee
1st – Gary North (renewed A2017 rating!)
6th – Sara Proctor
Senior Women’s Epee
1st – Miriam Grady (renewed A2017 rating!)
3rd – Cosima Martus (renewed C2017 rating!)
5th – Ann Totemeier
7th – Sara Proctor
Senior Women’s Foil
1st – Ann Totemeier
3rd – Breck Dunbar
NCF Fencers achieved some exceptional results at the January North American Cup competition this weekend in Columbus, Ohio!
Jack Bradford won the Bronze Medal in Junior Men’s Epee on Monday, and, in the same event, Nyle Sykes finished 13th!
Miriam Grady finished 12th on the continent in Division 1 Women’s epee on Sunday. Miriam also finished 20th in Junior Women’s Epee on Friday.
Those results (top 32 out of 150 or more fencers) earned our fencers national points in those events!
Our teams also fared well, with the Men’s team of Jack Bradford, Nyle Sykes, Gary North and Sam Senseman finishing 6th, and the women’s team of Ella Morgan (on “loan” from DFC), Cosima Martus, Sara Proctor and Rachel Castro — and coached by NCF alumni Julia Barry – finishing fourth.
As always, we are proud of fencers’ efforts and determination to achieve, and we are happy to see their hard work in the gym rewarded! Congratulations fencers!