Ivy League Championship Underway in Providence

(photo by Don Clark, Yale Sports Publicity)
(photo by Don Clark, Yale Sports Publicity)

Yale Looks for Strong Second Day

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Yale men's fencing finished with a 0-4 record after one day at the Ivy League Championship in Providence, R.I.

After experiencing early season success, the Bulldogs might find themselves disappointed at their performance at this league tournament. Nevertheless, some strong individual performances—setting up members of the team for All-Ivy recognition—bolstered Yale's effort.

In saber competition, junior Hugh O'Cinneide finished in fifth place overall with a 8-4 record. In foil, freshman Jacob Stein just missed a top-10 finish, scoring a 5-6 record on the day.  Senior Peter Cohen fished 10th in epée, with a 5-6 record.

Yale lost to Brown, Penn, Princeton, and Harvard. They currently sit in last place in this two-day tournament. They will look to regain their strong form tomorrow.


Report filed by Owen Kaye-Kauderer '16, Yale Sports Publicity