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Celine Shanosky
Celine  Shanosky

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Baltimore, MD

High School:
Baltimore City College HS

Height:
5-10

Event:
Epee

03/05/2017

Chen Wins NIWFA Sabre Title, Couch Breaks Wins Records

Couch Breaks JHU Career and Single-Season Wins Records

02/20/2017

Johns Hopkins Reclaims EWFC Championship

Chen Wins Sabre Title; Named Sabre Fencer of the Year

02/13/2017

Couch Breaks Epee Wins Record at Drew Invitational

Johns Hopkins Goes 9-2 Over the Weekend

01/22/2017

Johns Hopkins Defeats Haverford and Drew

Blue Jays Go 2-3 at Philadelphia Invitational

11/22/2016

Young Becomes Winningest Coach in Program History

Johns Hopkins Goes 4-0 at Haverford Invitational

Statistically Speaking: Tied for seventh in school history for career Epee wins (143) • tied for 18th in career wins for all weapons.

2016-17: Went 75-37 and ranked third on Epee squad in wins • won three bouts at Elite Invitational • won two bouts at Columbia Invitational • went unbeaten (6-0) at Haverford Invitational • led Epee squad with eight wins (8-4) at Philadelphia Invitational • won 13 bouts, including 100th of her career, at FDU Invitational • went 11-1 at Drew Invitational • went a combined 19-3 at EWFC Championship and placed second in the Epee • placed 11th at NIWFA Championships with a 13-4 record • placed 35th at NCAA Regional.

2015-16: Named First Team EWFC • finished with a 68-37 record • led Epee squad and team in wins • placed seventh (11-2) out of 84 at Temple Open • finished in 13th place (8-8) at Garret Open • won seven bouts at Elite Invitational • went 7-2 at Blue Jay Invitational • won 10 of 13 bouts at EWFC Team Championships • placed third at EWFC Individual Championship • earned nine wins at Philadelphia Invitational • went a combined 5-1 versus Yale and Incarnate Word • placed 28th at NCAA Regional.

Personal: Celine Shanosky • daughter of Geraldine Seydoux and Adam Shanosky • fenced seven years for the Baltimore Fencing Club • placed third at National America Cup in Milwaukee • three-time junior Olympic competitor four-time Summer Nationals competitor • four-time badminton city champion • won Coach’s Choice Award and Unsung Hero Award • editor in chief of high school paper • Dean’s List student majoring in English and public health studies.


Career Record Epee
2015-16 68-37 .647
2016-17 75-37 .670
Total 143-74 .659
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