The Nittany Lions will travel to Philadelphia for one last NCAA duel of the season
Penn State will compete against seven teams during this weekend's NCAA duel
The fencing team returns to action and sees a top-20 finish in today's competition
Penn State enters the second half of the season with a tournament
The Nittany Lions are looking to continue success during the 43rd annual Garret Penn State Open
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2016-17: Pyne did not see any collegiate action in 2016-17
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2015-16: Pyne saw limited action his first year as a Nittany Lion. Pyne finished the season with a 3-1 record.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Dylan Pyne is a freshman Princeton, N.J. Pyne joins the Nittany Lions after fencing competitively on the West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North fencing team. Pyne was a four year starter for the Knights, earning the team MVP title his sophomore and senior seasons. Pyne also fenced for the Premier Fencing Club under the tutilage of Head Coach Tamer Tahoun. During his time at Penn State, Pyne plans to pursue a degree in either finance or management.