The Ivy League has released its list of student-athletes selected for 2015-16 Academic All-Ivy honors in its winter sports, and 10 Yale student-athletes were honored. The 80 overall men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and five women from its eligible student-athletes.
The Yale women's fencing team is off to Princeton, N.J., to fence in the United States Collegiate Fencing Squad Championships on Sunday. The Bulldogs will face Brandeis, Columbia, Fairleigh Dickson, Johns Hopkins, New York University, Penn, Princeton and University of the Incarnate Word.
The Yale women's fencing team demonstrated its strength and cohesiveness at its first team competition of the 2015-2016 season, finishing 4-2 with wins against Brandeis, Boston College, Drew and Johns Hopkins.
The Yale women's fencing team will travel to Waltham, Mass., for the first team competition of the season where the Bulldogs will face Brandeis, St. John's, Air Force, Johns Hopkins, Boston College, and MIT.
The Yale women's fencing team will travel University Park, Pa., for the Garret Penn State Open this Saturday for their first competition of the season. The women will face a number of highly ranked schools from last year's NCAA Championships, including fifth place finisher, Penn State.
At 5-foot-10, Katherine Miller is one of the tallest members of the Yale women’s fencing team. However, in the international epee competition circuit she’s considered average height. And when she goes home she’s one of the smallest in her family. Her mother is the same height, but her father is 6-foot-1, and both of her brothers (one older, one younger) are 6-foot-5.