Princeton, N.J.--Three members of the Yale men's fencing team were awarded spots on the All-Ivy Teams. Senior captain Reed Srere was the only Bulldog on First Team, while sophomore Walter Musgrave, freshmen Aiden Ahn and Isaac Shelanski were named to Second Team.
Srere earned his spot on First Team All-Ivy after finishing third in saber at the 2017 Ivy League Round-Robins. He ended the competition with an individual record of 10-5, bettering his 10th place finish from 2016.
Musgrave, another saber fencer, tied for fourth place at Round-Robins, finishing with a 9-6 record. In just his second season with the Bulldogs, he has played a pivotal role in helping the team reach 15-8. For his accomplishments, he was named to Second Team All-Ivy this season.
Ahn and Shelanski were two of five freshmen to win All-Ivy honors. In foil, Ahn put up a 10-5 record at the Round-Robins and earned fifth place. His three bout wins in the Bulldogs' final match of the competition helped secure the team's win over Harvard.
In epee, Shelanski won nine matches and placed sixth last weekend. Six of his nine wins came on the second day of competition, as Yale went on to place fourth as a team.
Yale had the second-most fencers awarded All-Ivy honors this season, tied with Princeton.
Report filed by Emmy Reinwald '17, Yale Sports Publicity.