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Columbia Lions fencing

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Columbia Lions
Columbia Lions wordmark.svg
First season1898
Athletic directorM. Dianne Murphy
Head coachMichael Aufrichtig
2nd season, 21–16 (.568)
Home stadiumBlue Gym
LocationManhattan, NY
LeagueNCAA Division I
ConferenceIvy League
All-time record1068–503–9 (.679)
National Titles21 (End of season 2016)
Conference titles41[1]
RivalriesHarvard Crimson fencing
All-Americans213[2]
ColorsColumbia Blue and White[3]
         
Fight songRoar, Lion, Roar
MascotRoaree the Lion
WebsiteGoColumbiaLions.com

The Columbia Lions Fencing Team is the intercollegiate fencing team for Columbia University located in Manhattan, New York. The team competes in the Ivy League within Division I of the NCAA. The university first fielded a team in 1898, under the leadership of coach James Murray. The team is currently coached by Michael Aufrichtig.

The Blue Gym (or University Gym) is home to the Columbia Lion fencing team, located within the Dodge Physical Fitness Center on campus.

History

The team was founded in 1898, and has had some noteworthy successes. The team has captured the NCAA national title 16 times[citation needed], most recently in 2019. It also won Intercollegiate Fencing Association national championships in 1898, 1913, 1914, 1918, 1919 and 1934. The team has also won 52 Ivy League Championships, capturing both the Men's and Women's titles outright in 2019. Fencing for the team, Norman C. Armitage won the Intercollegiate Fencing Association saber championship in 1928, Emily Jacobson won the NCAA women's saber championship in 2005, and Daria Schneider won the NCAA women's saber championship in 2007.[4] The team has produced a number of Olympians, including five in 2012.[5]

Notable former fencers

Notable alumni include:

Year-by-year results

Men's Fencing

Year Wins Losses Pct. Ivy Tournament NCAA Tournament
2005-2006 12 5 .706 2nd 5th
2006-2007 11 2 .846 1st (Tie) 3rd
2007-2008 12 3 .800 1st 3rd
2008-2009 8 8 .500 2nd 4th
2009-2010 3 15 .167 6th 7th
2010-2011 2 13 .133 6th 7th
2011-2012 8 10 .444 3rd (Tie) 8th
2012-2013 16 8 .667 2nd (Tie) 7th[6]
2013-2014 27 3 .900 1st (Tie) 7th
2014-2015 17 6 .739 1st (Tie) 1st
2015-2016 19 6 .684 1st (Tie) 1st
2016-2017 25 6 .760 1st (Tie) 3rd
2017-2018 20 7 .650 1st (Tie) 2nd
2018-2019 1st 1st

Women's fencing

Year Wins Losses Pct. Ivy Tournament NCAA Tournament
2005-2006 17 3 .850 2nd 5th
2006-2007 14 0 1.000 1st 3rd
2007-2008 13 1 .929 1st 3rd
2008-2009 14 3 .824 2nd 4th
2009-2010 14 5 .737 2nd 7th
2010-2011 10 5 .667 2nd 7th
2011-2012 13 6 .684 2nd 8th
2012-2013 22 4 .846 2nd 7th[7]
2013-2014 .846 3rd 7th
2014-2015 25 1 .961 1st 1st
2015-2016 25 2 .920 1st (Tie) 1st
2016-2017 31 2 .935 2nd 3rd
2017-2018 26 3 .885 1st 2nd
2018-2019 1st 1st

References

  1. ^ All-Time Coaches, retrieved 2012-10-27
  2. ^ All-Time All-Americans, retrieved 2012-10-27
  3. ^ Columbia University Brand Guide (PDF). December 1, 2017. Retrieved August 9, 2018.
  4. ^ Ralph Hickok (April 1, 2010). "NCAA Fencing Champions". HickokSports.com. Archived from the original on February 23, 2002. Retrieved April 14, 2010.
  5. ^ Sherif Farrag '09 to Join Columbia Fencing Contingent in London, retrieved 2012-10-27
  6. ^ 2012-13 Men's Fencing Standings, retrieved 2013-07-19
  7. ^ 2012-13 Women's Fencing Standings, retrieved 2013-07-19

External links

This page was last edited on 22 November 2019, at 17:19
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