The junior epee finished ninth and freshman sabre Kerry Plunkett finished 19th at the NCAA championships on Sunday in Indianapolis.
The junior epee and freshman sabre Kerry Plunkett will compete at the 2017 National Collegiate Women’s Fencing Championships in Indianapolis.
Sabre Victoria Suber, epee Alexandra Keft and foil Kristen Kemnitzer are leaders
of their squads.
Temple won the team competition, beating 16 other schools at the National Intercollegiate Women’s Fencing Association championship on Saturday in West Point, New York.
Sabre Malia Hee leads a group of freshmen who has helped Temple set a program wins record.
The Owls went 4-1, including two wins against top five teams, at Sunday’s Temple Invitational in McGonigle Hall.
Sophomore epee Ally Micek came to Temple this year after transferring from Ohio State University.
The team improved to 30-8 to surpass the 2013-14 team’s win total.
Temple went 5-0 at Saturday's Fairleigh Dickinson University Invitational in Teaneck, New Jersey to improve to 30-8 on the season and beat its single-season wins record.
The eighth-ranked Owls beat No. 4 Ohio State University and No. 9 Northwestern University in their 11-1 weekend at the Northwestern Duals in South Bend, Indiana.