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2012-2013 Fencing - Girls
With a record of five wins and seven losses, the fencing team put forth a very strong effort. The Girls epee squad did especially well, finishing fifth overall at States.
2013-2014 Fencing - Boys
This year the Boys Fencing team enjoyed a successful season. Due to their hard work and dedication, the team was able to advance to the state individual tournament.
2013-2014 Fencing - Girls
The Girls Fencing team had a very successful season this year, filled with many accomplishments. Some highlights include a 3rd place finish for the epee squad, a 6th place finish for the foil squad at States, and a 3rd ...
2014-2015 Fencing - Girls
The Girls Fencing team enjoyed a successful 2014-2015 season. The team participated in the Cetrulo Tournament, which is the largest and most competitive high school fencing event in the country. Due to their efforts, the ...
2014-2015 Fencing - Boys
This year the Boys Fencing team had a successful record of eight wins and six losses. They participated in the Cetrulo Tournament and placed fifth overall at the District 3 Qualifiers. The foil squad managed to advance to ...
1977-1978 Fencing - Girls
Despite not turning in a winning season, this year's Girls Fencing team did have some excellent individual results and did gain much experience to learn from in the coming years. Returning fencers hope to channel this ...
1977-1978 Fencing - Boys
The 1977-1978 Boys Fencing team had a very successful year, scoring well in all three foil, epee, and sabre categories in tournament play. With each successful and strong season, the Pingry Fencing program continues to grow.
1978-1979 Fencing - Boys
The 1978-1979 Boys Fencing team has great cohesion and spirit, according to Head Coach Ted Li. As a young team, it has a great deal of potential and a great deal of poise. The fencers spent the season having fun and working ...
2011-2012 Fencing - Girls
The Girls Fencing team enjoyed a sound record of seven wins and seven losses. Both the foil and the sabre squads finished fourth in the district, allowing them to advance to the State tournament.
2017-2018 Fencing - Boys
Malcolm Fields ’18 earned gold in the saber competition, leading his squad to a first-place finish at the NJSIAA Fencing Championships. Apurva Memani ’18 finished second in foil, helping his squad to a third-place finish.