Junior captain for Penn State named the 2016 Women’s Epee Champion
Tomorrow continues the women's competition
Ten Nittany Lions will compete this weekend for the national title
The competition is set for March 24 - 27 at Brandeis University
Penn State took top-three on all but two events, with 11 athletes finishing top-10
AS A JUNIOR IN 2016-17: Charpin had an active third season as a Nittany Lion. She finished the season with a 22-14 record which included one 3-0 shutout performance. Charpin went on to compete in the Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regionals where she placed 16th.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015-16: Charpin has another stellar season as a Nittany Lion. Charpin dueled all, but two matches her second season. Charpin came out on top ending the season with a 42-25 record. Charpin went on to compete at the Mid-Atlantic/ Southern Regionals where she came in seventh place and qualified for the NCAA Championships. At the NCAA Championships, she finished 16th with ten wins.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014-15: Charpin had an exciting, action-packed first season as a Nittany Lion. Charpin saw a ton of collegiate action, fencing all but one dual her freshman year. Charpin tallied seven shutout performances and ended the regular season with a 37-22 record/ Charpin advanced to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/Southern Regionals, where she came in second place in the
HIGH SCHOOL/ PERSONAL: Kathryn Charpin comes to Penn State from Setauket, N.Y. She graduated from Ward