HONORS & AWARDS
NCAA THird-Place Finisher (2011)
NCAA Sabre Fifth-Place Finisher (2008)
NCAA Sabre Sixth-Place Finisher (2009)
NCAA Sabre Seventh-Place Finisher (2010)
First Team All-American (2011)
Second Team All-American (2008, 2009, 2010)
MFC Sabre Third-Place Finisher (2008, 2011)
First Team All-MFC (2008, 2011)
Second Team All-MFC (2010)
Honorable Mention All-MFC (2009)
AS A SENIOR: Finished final season with the Irish with an impressive 32-8 record that also saw a fourth straight appearance at the NCAA National Championship … earned first-team All-America honors for the first time in career while also garnering first-team all-MFC distinction for the second time … earned fourth monogram … opened regular season with a 13-2 mark at the NYU Invitational, including going a perfect 3-0 against St. John[apos]s and Ohio State … clinched the sabre victory against Yale, Columbia, St. John[apos]s and Ohio State at the event … put together a 10-4 mark the following day at the St. John[apos]s Challenge … earned overall match-clinching point against Ohio State with 5-2 decision over Margarita Tschomakova … also clinched the sabre victory against Harvard with a 5-2 win over Caroline Vloka … only fenced against Northwestern at the Notre Dame Duals, going a perfect 3-0 in the match … posted a 5-2 record at the Northwestern Duals … clinched the sabre against Temple with a 5-3 triumph over Kamali Thompson … began postseason competition earning a spot in the semifinals at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships … advanced to the semifinals with a 15-11 victory over Ohio State[apos]s Emily Chang … claimed first at the NCAA Midwest Regionals, putting together an 8-1 pool play record with a +18 indicator … earned first ever first-team All-America citation at the NCAA Championship after finishing in a tie for third that included posting a 17-6 pool play mark with a +19 indicator and earning qualification into the table of four where she fell to Princeton[apos]s Eliza Stone on the final touch, 15-14 … recipient of both the Most Valuable Sabreuse Award and the Walter M. Langford Memorial Award.
AS A JUNIOR: Reached NCAA Championships for the third time in as many years, receiving second-team All-America honors for the third straight time, finishing seventh overall … posted a record of 33-18 during the regular season and named the recipient of the Janusz Bednarski Woman[apos]s Sabre Leadership Award … opened the year with an 11-4 record at the NYU Invitational, including clinching the first match of the year against Yale with a victory over Jennifer Ivers, 5-0 … registered five wins at the St. John[apos]s Challenge with another match-clinching win over Samantha Roberts of Columbia, 5-4 … went 10-7 at the Northwestern Duals, posting undefeated records against Stanford (1-0), Cal Tech (2-0) and Cleveland State (1-0) … went undefeated at the Notre Dame Duals, posting a 7-0 record … clinched the win over Northwestern with a 5-3 victory over Whitney White … earned sixth place at the Midwest Fencing Championships, advancing to the quarterfinals before falling to Allison Miller of Ohio State (15-13) … posted victories over Alissa Grogan of Xavier (15-2), Isadora Blachman-Biatch of Chicago (15-6) and Irish teammate Abigail Nichols (15-8) in reaching the quarterfinals … recorded a 4-3 win over Ohio State[apos]s Falencia Miller in the team championship at the Midwest Fencing Championships, helping the squad to a 5-3 win over the Buckeyes … captured the title at the NCAA Midwest Regionals, knocking off teammate Sarah Borrmann, 15-12, in the championship bout … reached the final with wins over Whitney White of Northwestern (15-5) and Margarita Tschomakova of Ohio State (15-12) in the table of eight … ended her season with a seventh-place showing at the NCAA Championships, which included a record of 16-7 in round robin play with a +18 indicator.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Placed sixth at the NCAA Championship to earn second team All-American honors … went 43-10 during the regular season … began her year with a 3-3 record at the St. John[apos]s Duals before going 13-4 at the NYU Invitational … her 13 wins at the NYU Invitational led all Notre Dame sabreists and included perfect 3-0 records against Yale, NYU and St. Johns … went 17-2 at the Northwestern Duals, including 3-0 marks against Johns Hopkins, Penn State, Temple and Northwestern … won her 100th career bout at the Northwestern Duals … went 9-1 at the Notre Dame Duals … placed ninth at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships to earn honorable-mention all-conference honors … entered the direct elimination round of the tournament as the fourth seed … after a first round bye, beat Michigan State[apos]s Meg Holt, 15-5, in the round of 32 … in the round of 16, lost to teammate Beatriz Almeida, 15-14 … took second at the NCAA Midwest Regionals … entered the round of eight as the first seed … beat Ohio State[apos]s Emily Cheng, 15-10, in the round of eight and Ohio State[apos]s Margarita Tschomakova, 15-5, in the semifinals to advance to the finals … in the final, lost to teammate Sarah Borrmann, 15-13 … went 15-8 during the NCAA Championships … went 2-0 against competitors from St. John[apos]s at the championship.
AS A FRESHMAN: Earned second team All-America honors with a fifth-place finish at NCAAs … had 18 wins at NCAAs and a +42 touch margin … finished fourth at NCAA Midwest Regionals and made it to the Midwest Fencing Conference semifinals … at the Regional had a 5-2 record in pool play to earn the sixth seed in direct elimination … knocked out in the quarterfinals by teammate Sarah Borrmann, 15-9 … defeated Wayne State[apos]s Ann Bartowicz (15-7) and Falencia Miller of Ohio State (15-13) to finish fifth … posted a 67-12 (.848) regular season record … her 67 wins were the second most on the women[apos]s sabre squad … posted a 13-5 record at the NYU Duals … went 14-3 at the Notre Dame Duals … helped the Irish to a perfect 11-0 record on the second day of the Northwestern Duals with a 10-1 record … went 16-2 on the first day of the Northwestern Duals for a combined 26-3 mark at the event … finished in third at the annual Penn State Open in her first collegiate action, including a 15-12 quarterfinal win with Harvard[apos]s Alexa Weingarden, a semifinal loss to Grench (11-15) and a win over Ohio State[apos]s Felicia Miller for the bronze medal.
PREP & PERSONAL: Attended Aloha High School while training at Oregon Fencing Alliance … placed 12th at Senior World Cup in Vancouver (June [apos]06), with round-of-32 win over France[apos]s Anne-Lise Touya (2005 world champ) … finished 16th later that month at Sr. Grand Prix in Las Vegas and matched that finish at Jr. World Cups in Sosnowiec, Poland (Oct. [apos]06), and Odessa, Ukraine (Sept. [apos]06) … placed 14th at Sr. World Cup in Orleans, France (Feb. [apos]07), also fencing at four other 2007 Sr. World Cups: London (54th; Feb.), Gand, Belgium (40th; May), Havana, Cuba (34th; June), and Klagenfurt, Austria (68th; May) … her 2006-07 results also included the 16th-place finishes in Sosnowiec and Odessa, plus Jr. World Cups in Dormagen, Germany (66th; Nov. [apos]06) and Budapest (30th; Jan. [apos]07), and Grand Prix events in Budapest (88th; Feb. [apos]07), Foggia, Italy (69th; March [apos]07), and Las Vegas (26th; June [apos]07) … her strong showing at Jr. Olympics in Hartford, Conn. (Feb. `06), included placing second in junior/U-20 bouts and third in cadet/U-17 … placed 10th at 2006 USFA North American Cup in Sacramento, Calif. and 11th at Houston N.A.C. (Jan. [apos]06) … lettered in basketball as a freshman center at Aloha HS, where she was a member of National Honor Society and student government … sister Maria played basketball at Gonzaga while her younger brother Kevin is a sophomore sabre fencer on the Irish squad … has two additional younger siblings: Daniel and Tara … born April 19, 1989, in Portland, Ore. … daughter of Kevin and Ann Hassett … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a degree in industrial design.
Hassett[apos]s Career Record