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2020-21 Fencing Roster

Miriam Grady


Height 5-6
Class Sophomore
Hometown Broomfield, CO
High School Peak to Peak Charter School


  • 2020 ACC Champion (Women’s Epee)
  • 2020 Midwest Regional Champion (Women’s Epee)
  • 2020 ACC Fencer of the Year (Women’s Epee)
  • 2020 Women’s Most Valuable Fencer
  • 2020 NCAA Qualifier
  • 2020 All-ACC Academic Team
  • 2020 All-ACC
  • 2019 NCAA Championships, Women’s Epee, 15th Place
  • 2019 NCAA Midwest Regional Championships, Second Place
  • 2019 ACC Champion (Women’s Epee)
  • 2019 All-ACC
  • 2019 All-ACC Academic Team


  • Compiled a 52-25 record after competing in five of the six regular season meets
  • Season best performance came at the DeCicco Duals after going 22-2 over the weekend
  • Defeated Huda Aldadah to claim the ACC Epee Championship for the second consecutive season
  • Went 8-1 during the team competition to help the Irish claim the team ACC Championship
  • Following her performance at the ACC Championships, Grady was named Most Valuable Fencer
  • Went 12-4 to claim the top spot at the Midwest Regional in Detroit to claim her second straight berth to the NCAA Championship
  • Following the season, Grady was named ACC Fencer of the Year for Women’s Epee
  • Grady was also named to the All-ACC Academic Team


  • Recorded a stellar start to her college career, competing at the NCAA Championships and earning a slew of top finishes throughout the year.
  • Placed 15th at the NCAA Championships.
  • Captured second place at the NCAA Regional Championships, behind just teammate Amanda Sirico.
  • Captured the ACC Championship in women’s epee, earning All-ACC honors.
  • Turned in a 31-12 overall record.
  • Started the season with a fifth-place finish at the Penn State Garret Open.
  • Went 8-4 at the Elite Invitational.
  • Was dominant with an 18-0 showing at the DeCicco Duals.
  • Named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
  • Earned a monogram.


  • Graduated from Peak to Peak Charter School in May 2018
  • Member of the Northern Colorado Fencers club
  • Currently the No. 8 ranked junior and No. 34 ranked senior in the country (as of Jan. 8, 2018)
  • Third place Division 1 Women’s Epee 2016 July NAC
  • Third place Junior Women’s Epee 2017 Junior Olympics
  • Third place Cadet Women’s Epee 2016 November NAC
  • Eleventh place Cadet Women’s Epee 2017 Bratislava Cadet Cup
  • Fifth place Junior Women’s Epee 2018 January NAC
  • Twelfth place Division 1 Women’s Epee 2017 January NAC
  • Second place Junior Team Women’s Epee Burgos Junior World Cup
  • 23rd place Junior Women’s Epee Burgos Junior World Cup
  • Three-year National Honor Society member
  • Regular Dean’s List honoree
  • Daughter of Peter and Eveline Grady
  • Has two younger brothers, Patrick and George
  • Majoring in Science Business