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Women’s fencing undefeated in Ivy League Championships

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The Harvard women’s fencing team — ranked fourth in the nation — extended its winning streak to an impressive 14 games, as the Crimson dominated the Ivy League Championships to advance to an overall record of 20-1.

After defeating Princeton, Cornell, Yale, and Columbia on Feb. 8 at the first part of the championships this past Sunday (Feb. 22), Harvard thrashed Brown 20-7 before edging Penn by a score of 15-13.

Noam Mills ’12 finished the championships with the tournament’s best record, going 17-1 and earning All-Ivy League honors, joining Emily Cross ‘09 and Caroline Vloka ’12 on the Ivy League’s first team. Maria Larsson ‘09 was named to the tournament’s second team.

Despite celebrating their third Ivy Championship, the Crimson have little time to rest on their laurels as they travel to Waltham, Mass., for the IFA Championships on Saturday (Feb. 28), starting at 8:30 a.m.