On Saturday, part of the team went to Denison University to fence their Open tournament and on Sunday another part of the team went to Pittsburgh Fencing Center for their D and Under Mixed Foil and E & Under Women’s Foil.
Head Coach: Neil Mittal
|Ethan Apanasewicz||2025||Brecksville, OH|
|Benjamin Bixby||2025||Hudson, OH|
|Chun Chan||2025||Hudson, OH|
|Yun Woo Choi||2026||Seoul|
|Marie Gentile||2025||Hudson, OH|
|Riya Hegde||2025||Hudson, OH|
|Lillian Kercher||2026||Garrettsville, OH|
|Maya Kinney||2026||Hudson, OH|
|Nadia Kischke||2026||Massillon, OH|
|Tessa Lavi||2026||Hudson, OH|
|Sehar Mahesh||2025||Fairlawn, OH|
|Bryton Miller||2026||Kent, OH|
|Ava Palfi||2024||Westfield Center, OH|
|Alexander Scott||2026||Hudson, OH|
|Maya Vaden||2026||Hudson, OH|
|Cavin Xue||2024||Hudson, OH|
Saturday and Sunday each played host to tournaments for many of our fencers in various events.
The Pioneers faced tough competition and medaled in each event.
Two members of the WRA Fencing team traveled to Chicago for a weekend challenge.
The tournament hosted three events: Unrated foil, Open foil, and Unrated sabre. We had competitors in all three.
With the return of senior Christian Fried, the Pioneers are looking to have a big season.
Every member of the team saw action, and aggressive play from the Pios propelled them to victory.
After holding their opponent to only 18 first half points, many Pioneers saw the floor in a dominant win.
Behind big nights from Marquette commits Owens and Parham, the Pioneers took down Erie Prep with ease.
Western Reserve Academy honors the outstanding achievements of fall season athletes, and the coaches and community members who lend their support.
The Pioneers swept the Can-Am tournament behind stellar defense.