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UNC Assistant Fencing Coach, Will Randolph’s Sharp Recruiting Advice on Point

Will Randolph graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2008 and was a four-year letter winner for the Tar Heels. The assistant fencing coach at UNC. handles the team’s operations and will focus on the men’s and women’s sabre squads.  Coach Randolph is no stranger to fencing; he began his career

January 9, 2020 Keirsten Sires

The Day in the Life of a DI Fencer

Typically, student-athletes are recruited to score touchdowns, hit home runs, or sprint on a track; but what makes my experience unique is that I was recruited to fight with swords. My name is Firoz George, and I am a Saber Fencer for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and I am going to

November 15, 2018

Tips to Get Recruited for Fencing

Fencing in college is more popular than you would think. Many schools around the country have fencing programs offered at their school, whether that is at the Division I, intramural, and club level. Since many schools at all levels do offer some sort of fencing program, there is no need to sacrifice academics or have

August 20, 2016