AS A JUNIOR: Completed the 2009-10 season with a 24-13 record as the 2010 team captain … took tenth at the NCAA Midwest Regionals … began the season going 3-3 at the NYU Invitational, clinching a win over Columbia … went 2-4 at the St. John[apos]s Challenge … recorded an 8-4 finish at the Northwestern Duals, posting a perfect 2-0 record against San Diego … tallied an 11-2 record at the Notre Dame Duals, nabbing 2-0 wins versus Cleveland State and Purdue and clinching the win for the Irish over Cleveland State … took 17th place at the NCAA Midwest Conference Championships, falling in the round of 32 to Ohio State[apos]s Dylan Walrond 15-13 … honored with the Steve Donlon Men[apos]s Epee Leadership Award.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Finished the regular season with a 20-15 record … opened his season at the NYU Invitational, finishing 8-7 … posted perfect 3-0 records against Yale and Stevens Tech at the NYU Invitational … went 5-5 at the Northwestern Duals … finished 1-2 at the Duke Duals … posted a 6-1 record at the Notre Dame Duals … earned his 50th career victory at the Notre Dame Duals … advanced to the round of 32 at the Midwest Conference Championships with a win over Iowa[apos]s Nicholas Beatty, 15-4, in the round of 64.
AS A FRESHMAN: NCAA Midwest Regionals seventh-place finisher … posted a 34-5 (.872) record in regular season bouts … had the fourth-highest win total on the men[apos]s epee team (third-highest among 2008-09 returnees) … posted a 15-2 record at the Notre Dame Duals, helping the Irish to a dominating 75-15 record in epee at the event … at NCAA Regionals, posted a 1-5 record in pool play, with his one win coming over Ohio State[apos]s Jason Pryor to get the 11th seed in direct elimination … fell to Irish teammate Greg Schoolcraft in first elimination bout, 15-9 … came back in the repechage with a 15-4 win over Wayne State[apos]s Joe Fresard and a 15-14 win over fourth-seeded Mykhalyo Mazur of Ohio State … defeated by Irish teammate Greg Howard in the quarterfinal bout, 15-8 … ended his run at regionals with a win over Ohio State[apos]s Bishara Korkor to finish in seventh.
PREP & PERSONAL: Trained with Northern Colorado Fencers (coached by Gary Copeland) while in high school … placed 58th in 171-fencer field at Jr. World Cup in Bratislava, Slovakia (Oct. [apos]06)… fenced at Jr. World Cup in Louisville, Ky., in 2004 … competed at international junior-level/U-20 event in Catania, Italy (44th; Dec. [apos]05), also fencing at cadet/U-17 tournaments in Montreal (27th; Jan. [apos]06) and Budapest (103rd; Oct. [apos]05) … fenced at Canadian circuit event in Montreal (Oct. [apos]04), placing 57th overall (20th U-20; 7th U-17) … his 2006-07 USFA events included North American Cups in Richmond, Va. (44th overall, of 211; Dec.) and Columbus, Ohio (66th/250; Jan.), plus the annual Jr. Olympics (40th/228; Feb.) and Summer Nationals (Miami) – where he was member of third-place U-20 team and part of 10th-place team overall (also 59th in U-20 individual bouts) … his 2005-06 results: 25th overall (23rd U-20) at Albuquerque N.A.C. (Nov.); 103rd of 199 at Pittsburgh N.A.C. (Dec.); 59th/215 (19th U-20) at Houston N.A.C. (Jan.); 24th/234 in U-20s at Jr. Olympics (Hartford, Conn.; Feb.; also 68th in U-17s); and 19th in U-20s at [apos]06 Summer Nationals (Atlanta), where he also was member of winning team in overall men[apos]s epee (6th for U-20 team) … his 2004-05 bouts: 20th in U-20s at N.A.C. in Overland Park, Kan.; 15th in U-17s (58th U-20s) at Jr. Olympics (Arlington, Texas); sixth in d-2 event at Denver N.A.C.; and another overall team title at Summer Nationals (Sacramento, Calif.; third in U-17 individual) … fenced at three 2003-04 events: N.A.C. in Overland Park, Kan. (third in Y-14 event), Atlanta N.A.C. (fifth Y-14) and [apos]04 Summer Nationals (Charlotte, N.C.), where he placed 10th in U-16, 11th in Y-14, 11th in d-3 and 23rd in d-2 … had pair of matching fifth-place finishes at 2002-03 N.A.C.[apos]s in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Overland Park … runner-up at 2005 Colorado Youth Tournament (sixth at [apos]05 Colorado Cup) … won U-16 event at 2004 Colorado J.O.[apos]s qualifier (fifth in U-20s) … placed 15th in open competition at 2004 Rocky Mountain Sectional (5th U-19s) … won Y-12 event at 2002 Pacific Coast Championship and was season-point champion for 2002 Bay City Circuit in California (Y-12) … accomplished jazz-band saxophonist whose musical talents include playing piano, drums and guitar … performed with Boulder Jazz in Norway and Germany (during 2007) … award-winning photographer and member of student radio/TV production at Boulder High School … born July 10, 1989, in San Jose, Calif. … son of Nicholas and Karen Seroff … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a music major.
Seroff[apos]s Career Record