All-Ivy Teams 1995

The 1994-95 All-Ivy fencing squads as determined by winning percentage in Ivy League bouts. In order to be among the selections for first team and second team, a fencer must have competed in 80 percent of its team's Ivy bouts. For the women, the fewest number of bouts was at least 12 while among the returnees on the men's side the minimum number was 9.6.

Only seven student-athletes were among the returnees on the men's side. Among the first- and second-team selections in the epee, foil and sabre were 15 newcomers. Columbia's Rob Conway (Sr., Flint, Mich.) became the 10th fencer to reach All-Ivy status four times with a second-team selection this year. Five other fencers were named All-Ivy for the second time as well. Alex Hult (Jr., St. Paul, Minn.) of Yale, George Kalmar (So., New Orleans, La.) of Penn, Mark Learned (Jr., Boise, Idaho) of Yale, Jadrien Steele (So., New York, N.Y.) of Princeton and Harvard's Kwame Van Leeuwen (Sr., Zutphen, Netherlands) were all named All-Ivy for the second-consecutive year in their respective events.

On the women's side, University of Pennsylvania junior Megumi Sakae (Tokyo, Japan), this season's League champion in foil, headlines a first team featuring two returnees and two newcomers. Harvard's sophomores Viktoria Danics (Szolnok, Hungary) and Sara Crasson (Yonkers, N.Y.) each make their second appearance on the first team. In the epee, League champion Susan Ginn (Sr., Lynderborough, N.H.) of Princeton was the lone upperclassmen on the first team. Columbia sophomore Jennifer Curtis (Denver, Colo.) along with Pennsylvania freshman Anastasia Gunzberg (Gaithersburg, Md.) and Yale freshman Sharon Katz (Great Neck, N.Y.), rounded out the first team.


MEN'S FOIL

FIRST TEAM

Name School Ivy Record (Overall) Hometown
Peter Devine Yale 11-1, .917 (22-2) New York, NY Dan Kellner Columbia 9-3, .750 (30-13) Warren, NJ Kwame Van Leeuwen Harvard 9-3, .750 (15-3) Zupthen, Netherlands

SECOND TEAM


Rob Conway Columbia 8-4, .677 (32-13) Flint, Mich. Jadrien Steele Princeton 6-6, .500 (21-18) New York, NY

MEN'S EPEE

FIRST TEAM


Ian Wyglendowski Princeton 9-1, .900 (26-13) Glen Gardner, NJ Christopher Klaus Princeton 10-2, .833 (33-12) Paramus, NJ Noah Zucker Columbia 9-3, .750 (29-12) Austin, Texas

SECOND TEAM


Gerge Raine Yale 8-4, .667 (17-11) Mill River, Mass. Alex Edelman Penn 8-4, .667 (17-10) Manhattan Beach, CA Mark Learned Yale 6-6, .500 (18-12) Boise, Idaho Paul Baez Harvard 6-6, .500 (13-5) Roslyn Heights, NY

MEN'S SABRE

FIRST TEAM


George Kalmar Penn 11-1, .917 (23-4) New Orleans, La. Beran Rose Yale 10-2, .833 (22-4) New Orleans, La. Taka Sudo Yale 8-4, .667 (21-8) Almonk, NY Alex Hult Yale 8-4, .667 (19-11) St. Paul, Minn.

SECOND TEAM


Matt Walsh Princeton 6-6, .500 (27-13) Brooklyn, NY Ray Wong Columbia 6-6, .500 (30-18) Kendall Park, NJ Sanjiv Agashiwala Penn 6-6, .500 (13-10) New York, NY

WOMEN'S FOIL

FIRST TEAM


Megumi Sakae Penn 18-2, .900 (34-6) Tokyo, Japan Viktoria Danics Harvard 17-3, .850 (36-6) Szolnok, Hungary Nina Lightdale Princeton 16-4, .800 (44-20) Leonia, NJ Sara Crasson Harvard 16-4, .800 (27-8) Yonkers, NY Alison Calabia Yale 16-4, .800 (30-6) Washington, DC

SECOND TEAM


Maggie Super Yale 15-5, .750 (27-8) Penn. Furnace, PA Jill Katz Harvard 14-6, .700 (31-11) Short Hills, NJ Camille Korschun Yale 14-6, .700 (33-11) Brookline, Mass. Adrienne Toy Princeton 14-6, .700 (43-15) New Hyde Park, NY Sarah Johns Penn 14-6, .700 (32-14) San Rafael, CA Christina Kim Penn 13-7, .650 (30-14) Wayne, NJ

WOMEN'S EPEE

FIRST TEAM


Susan Ginn Penn 19-1, .950 (57-7) Lyndenborough, N.H. Sharon Katz Yale 17-3, .850 (31-9) Great Neck, NY Anastasia Gunzberg Penn 17-3, .850 (36-9) Gaithersburg, MD Jennifer Curtis Columbia 15-5, .750 (59-15) Denver, Colo.

SECOND TEAM


Kelly Cook Columbia 14-6, .700 (53-21) Wyckoff, NJ Lisa Picken Princeton 14-6, .700 (52-12) Bentonville, Ark. Alex Mummery Columbia 11-5, .688 (53-17) Howell, NJ Olivia Leon Penn 12-8, .600 (34-10) New York, NY Ying Emmy Cho Penn 10-9, .526 (17-16) South Pasadena, CA