Penn State took top-three on all but two events, with 11 athletes finishing top-10
The team will head to Lafayette College for the Mid-Atlantic / South Regionals
The Nittany Lions will travel to Philadelphia for one last NCAA duel of the season
The freshman sabrist was one of three Nittany Lions to finish top-10 this weekend
Thirteen fencers will be competing in the Junior Olympics, with one fencer going to the Epee World Cup
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2016-17: Piskovatskov had another strong season as a Nittany Lion finishing with a 43-29 record, which included four shutout performances. He went on to compete at the Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regionals where he finished in fifth place qualifying him for the NCAA Championships. He placed 11th at the NCAA Championships.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2015-16: Piskovatskov saw plenty of action his first year as a Nittany Lion. Piskovatskov finished the season with a 33-14 record. Then went on to compete in the Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regionals where he placed 17th.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Anton Piskovatskov comes to Penn State from Houston, Texas. Piskovatskov previously fenced for the Alliance Fencing Academy under Head Coach Andrey Geva. Piskovatskov was a member of the Junior World Team and was the Junior Olympic Champion in 2015.