VanBenthuysen helps bring home silver team medal in epee
Sophomore Andrew Mackiewicz defends his championship title
The two will compete tomorrow in the final day of the tournament
Ten Nittany Lions will compete this weekend for the national title
The competition is set for March 24 - 27 at Brandeis University
All-American 2014, 2015
2014 Men's Sabre NCAA National Champion
2014-15: Streets continued to find success in his third season as a Nittany Lion. Streets saw a lot of collegiate fencing action, tallying 26 wins and 20 losses. Streets went on to the NCAA Championships and ended the season with a sixth place finish nationally. Streets was named All-American for the second year in a row.
2013-14: Streets had yet another impressive campaign as a Nittany Lion. Streets finished the regular season with a record of 32-13. At the Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regionals, Streets finished 6th which qualified him for a spot to compete at the championship. At the 2014 NCAA Championship, Streets dominated, secured 1st place, and became the 2014 NCAA Men's Saber Champion.
2012-13: Streets had an extremely impressive freshman campaign, and proved to be one of the strongest members on the men's saber team. His 43-19 regular season record qualified him for the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional, where he finished in eighth place. The freshman had seven 3-0 performances throughout the season against NYU, Sacred Heart, Vassar, Columbia (twice), Notre Dame, and Wayne State. In February, he qualified to be a member on the 2013 United States Junior World Championship Team.
Katio Streets comes to Penn State from Redwood City, California. He participated in club level fencing at Hristov-Csikany fencers in Sacramento, Califonia.