WALTHAM, Mass. -- The Nittany Lions began competition today at the NCAA Fencing Championships, seeing action from the women's fencers. After the third round of competition, Penn State is currently in seventh place.
Junior captain Jessie Radanovich (Tollhouse, Calif.) was the top performer for the Nittany Lions on the day, going 11-4 and ending today's epee event in second place. Radanovich will advance to fence in tomorrow's semifinal round.
Senior Jessica O'Neill-Lyublinsky (North Salem, N.Y.) also competed in the epee event, finishing in 20th place.
Tomorrow Radanovich will fence in the semifinal round of competition. Opening bouts begin at 9 a.m. at Brandeis University's Gosman Sports and Convocation Center.
Live results can be accessed here: http://www.escrimeresults.com/NCAA/NCAA2016.html.
Fans can catch the semifinal and final bouts of the competition on ESPN3 or via the WatchESPN App. Highlights of the championships will air on ESPNU at 2:30 p.m. EST, on April 6.
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