Jan. 30, 2000
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — The Notre Dame women’s fencing team won five matches and lost to five-time defending NCAA champion Penn State on Sunday at the Joyce Center Fieldhouse. The Irish beat Duke 20-7, Air Force 20-7, Florida 17-10, Ohio State 16-11 and Cleveland State 21-6 and lost 21-6 to Penn State. The Irish women’s fencing team improves to 9-1 on the season. Notre Dame returns to the strip on Sat., Feb. 5, at a meet at the University of Chicago.
Freshman sabre Natalia Mazur led the Irish with a 15-1 record, while freshman epeeist Anna Carnick went 12-2. Senior All-American Magda Krol compiled a 12-4 record and freshman Liza Boutsikaris finished 10-5 in foil. Junior sabre Carianne McCullough added 11 wins, while freshman Meagan Call chipped in nine wins.