6/9/2015

Balbus Named First Team Capital One Academic All-American

Rising Senior is the First, First Team Academic All-American in Program History

5/18/2015

Zimmermann and Balbus Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team

First Johns Hopkins Fencers Selected since 2001

3/11/2015

Petrie Places 12th at NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional

Blue Jays Finish the Season in Durham

02/18/2015
17th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests George Washington - Feb. 19
17th-ranked Johns Hopkins Bests George Washington
02/14/2015
Johns Hopkins Falls to Boston College in Strong Performance - Feb. 14
Johns Hopkins Falls to Boston College in Strong Performance
02/07/2015
Pietramala Becomes JHU's Winningest Coach - Hopkins Tops UMBC - Feb. 7
Pietramala Becomes JHU's Winningest Coach - Hopkins Tops UMBC
01/31/14
Men's Fencing - JHU Invitational
The men's fencing hosted several teams in November, going 4-1.
04/05/11
JHU Men's Fencing Invitational
The men's fencing team hosted the JHU Invitational on February 6
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Glenn Balbus
Glenn  Balbus

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
New Fairfield, CT

High School:
The Masters School (NY)

Height:
6-4

Position:
Foil



06/09/2015

Balbus Named First Team Capital One Academic All-American

Rising Senior is the First, First Team Academic All-American in Program History

05/18/2015

Zimmermann and Balbus Named to CoSIDA Academic All-District Team

First Johns Hopkins Fencers Selected since 2001

03/11/2015

Petrie Places 12th at NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional

Blue Jays Finish the Season in Durham

03/01/2015

Johns Hopkins Wins Third Straight MACFA Championship

Blue Jays Also Claim Foil and Sabre Titles

02/20/2015

Johns Hopkins Tops Maryland, Navy and William & Mary

Austin and Maddox Lead Blue Jays with Eight Wins Each

Statistically Speaking: Ranks 33rd in school history in career total wins (193) and 17th in Foil wins (183).

2014-15: First Team CoSIDA Academic All-American • First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District • finished 57-17, second most wins on Foil squad • tied for third (out of 83) with an 11-2 record at the Temple Open • led the Foil squad with seven wins at the Brandeis Invitational • went 3-0 versus Boston College and MIT at Brandeis • led Epee squad with eight wins (8-3) at Philadelphia Invitational • won five of six bouts versus Duke and North Carolina • went 7-1 in home MACFA round robin • won three bouts in MACFA round robin at Navy • placed second and had a combined record of 15-1 to help Johns Hopkins win MACFA Championship • finished in 31st place at NCAA Regional.

2013-14: Team captain • finished with an overall record of 80-29 • went 70-24 in Foil and 10-5 in Epee • ranked second on Foil squad in wins (70) and second overall on the team in total wins (80) • placed eighth with a 10-2 record at the Temple Open • went 7-4 at the Johns Hopkins Invitational • posted an 8-7 record at the Brandeis Invitational • won 10 of 12 bouts at the Philadelphia Invitational and 13 of 15 at the Duke Invitational • earned 100th career win at Duke • fenced Epee and went 10-5 at the Drew Invitational • went 10-2 at the Maryland Invitational • posted an 11-2 record in helping team win the MACFA Championship • finished 27th with a 1-3 record at the NCAA Regional.

2012-13: Finished with a 56-33 record • ranked second on the Foil squad and fifth overall in wins • placed 18th with an 8-2 record in collegiate debut at Temple Open • went 6-2 at the Haverford Invitational • won eight bouts at the Brandeis Invitational • won six bouts at the Philadelphia Invitational • posted a 6-4 record at the Duke Invitational • won six of seven bouts at the Johns Hopkins Invitational • placed seventh with an 11-3 record in helping team win the MACFA Championship • placed 20th with a 4-6 record at the NCAA Regional.

Personal: Glenn Balbus • son of Debra and Andrew Balbus • led team to 16-0 record in each of four seasons in high school • went 38-1 as a senior • three-time national finalist in various men’s foil events • AP Scholar • interned with Turner Construction at Madison Square Garden • majoring in mechanical engineering.

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