VanBenthuysen helps bring home silver team medal in epee
School Record 145 Academic All-Big Ten Honorees among Spring/At-Large Sports
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
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2016-17: Metryka had an awesome second season as a Nittany Lion. He ended the season with a 27-10 record which included four shutout performances. He went on to compete in the Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regionals where he finished in first place and qualified for NCAA Championships. He finished in ninth place at NCAA Championships.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2015-16: Metryka saw plenty of action his first season as a Nittany Lion. Metryka ended the season with a 24-17 record and went on to the Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regional where he placed 3rd.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Prior to joining the Nittany Lions, Karol Metryka fenced for the New York Athletic Club. Metryka has had international success in his fencing career, winning the Bronze Medal at the Cadet World Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 2014. Metryka is pursuing a business degree.