Zimmermann Leads Johns Hopkins at NCAA Regional

Sophomore Mark Zimmermann led the Johns Hopkins men's fencing team with a ninth place finish at the 2014 NCAA Mid-Atlantic South Regional on Saturday hosted by Lafayette College. Sophomore John Petrie also earned a top-15 finish, as he placed 12th. Zimmermann and Petrie both picked up their 150th career win on the day. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Captures 27th MACFA Championship

The Johns Hopkins men's fencing team went a combined 95-20 at the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association (MACFA) Championship to bring home its record 27th title. It is the Blue Jays (21-9) second straight title as they edged out the Stevens Tech Ducks, who went 93-22, for the championship. Due to the impending snowstorm, Hopkins ... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Wins All Four at Maryland Round Robin

The Johns Hopkins men's fencing team picked up four wins in four matches at the MACFA Round Robin at Maryland on Sunday. The Blue Jays improve to 21-9 on the season as they eclipse 20 wins for the second straight year and 21st time overall. Hopkins earned wins over host Maryland (19-8), William & Mary (20-7), Virginia (25-2) and Navy (... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Goes 5-0 at Drew Invitational

The Johns Hopkins men's fencing team went unbeaten at the Drew Invitational, winning all five of its bouts, to improve to 17-9 on the season. Hopkins earned wins over Cornell, Haverford, Drew, Lafayette and Rutgers. Four Blue Jays posted double-digit win totals on the day, led by sophomore John Petrie with 13 wins. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Defeats MIT and Air Force at Duke Invitational

Sophomore Glenn Balbus won a team-best 13 bouts to lead the Johns Hopkins men's fencing team at the Duke Invitational on Saturday. Hopkins earned wins over MIT (19-8) and Air Force (17-10) but suffered losses to Brandeis (18-9), North Carolina (18-9) and 10th-ranked Duke (18-9). The Blue Jays are now 12-9 on the season. Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Goes 5-0 at Philadelphia Invitational

The Johns Hopkins men's fencing team put in a strong showing at the Philadelphia Invitational, winning all five of its bouts to improve to 10-6 on the season. Sophomore John Petrie and freshman Patrick Rose won 12 bouts apiece to lead Hopkins to wins over Sacred Heart (14-13), North Carolina (14-13), Drew (22-5), NJIT (18-9) and... Read More [+]

Johns Hopkins Defeats Boston College

The Johns Hopkins men's fencing team beat Boston College at the annual Brandeis Invitational for its fourth straight win. Hopkins then dropped decisions to Air Force, MIT, Columbia, Brandeis and Brown (forfeit). The Blue Jays enter the winter break with a 5-6 record. Read More [+]

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      Johns Hopkins has won a record 26 Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association (MACFA) titles since the conference's inception in 1952. The men's fencing team's 26 conference titles are second most (behind men's swimming) in Johns Hopkins history. The Blue Jays have made 32 NCAA Championship appearances, with eight top-20 finishes, and produced four All-Americans. In the last 39 seasons, Hopkins has eclipsed the 20-win mark 20 times.
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