UND Roster

2012-13 Fencing Roster

Grace Hartman

Foil


Height 5'8''
Class Freshman
Hometown St. Paul, MN
High School St. Paul Academy and Summit School
Bio

HONORS & AWARDS
MFC Foil Third-Place Finisher (2010)
First Team All-MFC (2010)
Second Team All-MFC (2011)
NCAA Fifth-Place Finisher (2012)
Second Team All-American (2012)

AS A SENIOR: Captained the women’s foil squad, finishing with a respectable 24-11 mark … at St. John’s Invitational, was 5-4 before improving to 7-3 the following day at the NYI Invite … in Jamaica, N.Y., lost first bout in overtime 2-1 to Penn State’s Kylei McGill-Patterson … regained form and out-touched Alina Antokhina 5-3 and Clarisse Luminet 5-2 … was 2-1 against Harvard, besting Nadia Eldeib 5-2 and Alexa Fishman 5-1 … sole lose to Crimson opponents was against Irish teammate Lee Kiefer’s older sister Alexandra … struggled against host St. John’s … won first bout 4-3 against Irina Koroleva as time expired … dropped second bout 2-1 to Evgeniya Kirpicheva 2-1 and final bout to Marta Hausman 5-3 … started the NYU Invite undefeated against Yale … blanked both Bulldogs bouters 5-0 … versus Northwestern, lost first bout against Jen Yamin 3-2 … struggled against Dayana Sarkisova before coming back and out-dueling Charlotte Sands 5-3 … was 1-1 against St. John’s, out-touching Hausman 5-1 … lost by overtime priority to Kirpicheva 4-3 …finished the trip to the Big Apple by besting all three NYU combatants, winning with scores of 5-0, 5-3 and 5-0 against Rebecca Popkin, Kelly Ng and Kelly Morris respectively … at Northwestern Duals posted her best record of the season, logging a 10-3 mark … versus North Carolina, earned a pair of 5-0 wins before besting Jenna Rodrigues 5-3 … remained undefeated against UC-San Diego, blanking Victoria Parra 5-0 … won all three bouts against Cal Tech, zeroing out Katie Fisher and Rebecca Tang 5-0 … won final bout by forfeit … against Princeton, suffered first loss of the day in a priority overtime finish against Sharon Gao … bested Ambika Singh 4-2 and Eve Levin 5-2 … lost to Temple’s Epiphany Georges 4-2 as time expired … was 1-1 versus Ohio State, losing to Nina Stackhouse 5-2 but finishing on the winning end of the same score against her Buckeye teammate Kyjah Coryat … was 1-1 at Duke Duals, appearing only in bouts against Penn State .. lost in overtime to McGill-Patterson, 3-2, but regrouped and out-dueled Antokhina 5-3 for the second time during the season … at Notre Dame Duals, blanked Detroit’s Roby Wong 5-0 … earned a monogram.

AS A JUNIOR: Selected as the women[apos]s fencing Monogram Club Most Valuable Player after placing fifth at the NCAA Championships … earned All-America second team honors after finishing with a 16-7 record and +31 touch differential … finished with a 33-9 regular season dual record … put together a four-bout winning streak and a pair of three consecutive victory swings during the tournament … carded a third-place finish at the NCAA Midwest Regionals … compiled a 4-5 record at the season opening St. John[apos]s Duals, defeating D[apos]Meca Homer (finished 22nd at the NCAA Championships) from No. 6 Columbia 5-4 … achieved a 5-1 record at the NYU Duals, allowing only three touches during the six total bouts … gathered in a 12-2 record at the Notre Dame Duals … logged a total of eight clean sheets during the home competition, including a team-high three during a 25-2 Irish rout of Chicago … repeated with a 12-1 record at the Northwestern Duals … placed 15th out of 60 competitors at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships, narrowly missing out on all conference honors … won career third monogram.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Finished the season with a record of 32-7 … earned second monogram … finished the season-opening NYU Invitational with a record of 8-2, including going a perfect 3-0 against NYU … opened the event 2-0 against Yale, defeating Lidia Gocheva (5-2) and Zoe Egelman (4-1) … bouted only once against Columbia, notching a victory over Huda Muhammad (5-0) … despite losing foil to Northwestern, claimed two of four victories in defeating Camille Provencal-Dayle (5-3) and NCAA participant Devynn Patterson (3-2) … returned to the strip the following day, posting a record of 5-2 in three matches competed in at the St. John[apos]s Challenge … finished with a mark of 9-2 at the home Notre Dame Duals, recording victories against Detroit (2-0), Cleveland State (3-0), Northwestern (1-1), Air Force (1-1), Swarthmore (1-0) and Wayne State (1-1) … returned the following day at the Northwestern Duals with a 9-1 record … posted a clean 3-0 sheet against North Carolina … posted a 2-0 record against Cal Tech, clinching the overall match victory for the Irish with a 5-0 triumph over Mengyu Guan … concluded regular season with one final victory at the Irish Duals, taking down Michigan State[apos]s Shaina Selbig 5-1 … earned second team all-MFC honors after reaching the table of eight at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships … fell to fellow Irish foilist Rachel Beck in the quarterfinals, 11-9 … helped women[apos]s foil squad claim the team weapon title the following day, en route to sweeping all six weapons … ended postseason with an eighth-place result at the NCAA Midwest Regionals … concluded pool play with a record of 4-5 overall … named the recipient of the Alice ‘Dit’ Langford Women[apos]s Foil Leadership Award.

AS A FRESHMAN: Earned first team all-MFC billing after placing third in the foil at the Midwest Fencing Championships … concluded the year with a 32-11 regular-season record … opened season with a 6-3 showing at the NYU Invitational, while securing the match-clinching point against Columbia … registered five wins at the St. John[apos]s Challenge … went 12-4 at the Northwestern Duals, including posting perfect sheets against Fairleigh Dickinson (1-0), Stanford (1-0), San Diego (1-0), Duke (2-0), North Carolina (2-0) and Cal Tech (2-0) … finished regular season with a 9-1 mark at the Notre Dame Duals, including perfect 3-0 records against both Michigan State and Purdue … placed third at the Midwest Fencing Championships … advanced into direct elimination as the No. 10 seed after going 5-0 in pool play with a +21 indicator … won each of her first two matches by a 15-2 score, defeating Kristi Spuhler of Bowling Green in the Round of 32 before knocking off Audrey Jenkins of Purdue in the Round of 16 … advanced into the quarterfinals with an 8-7 victory over Lindsay Knauer of Ohio State and then took down Camille Provencal-Dayle of Northwestern, 13-10, for a spot in the semifinals … saw run end with 15-9 loss to teammate Hayley Reese … placed ninth at the NCAA Midwest Regional … earned placement with victories over Radmila Sarkisova of Notre Dame (15-8) and Camille Provencal-Dayle of Northwestern (15-6) in the ninth-12th place draw.

PREP & PERSONAL: Attended St. Paul Academy and Summit School in St. Paul, Minn. … saw her national ranking climb to as high as 39th on the junior circuit according to the FIE rankings … earned two third-place results at JWC tournaments in Montreal, Canada in 2005 and 2006 … also finished in the top 25 at the Coupe du Monde from Louisville, Ky., finishing in 24th place … took on the senior circuit as well, ranking as high as 216th in the standings … earned one top-50 performance on the senior circuit, grabbing 47th place at the World Cup tournament in Dallas, Texas … daughter of Jay and Margaret Hartman … father played rugby at Minnesota … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with an art history and design degree in May 2013.

Hartmans[apos]s Career Record

Year W L Pct. NCAA Finish
2010 32 11 .744
2011 32 7 .821
2012 33 9 .786 5th
Career 97 27 .782