UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Penn State men's and women's fencing teams competed Friday, Oct. 13 and Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Olympic Trials in Anaheim, Calif.
The women's foil team opened the weekend on Friday with freshman Isabella Zuzulo (Newtown, Pa.) placing 81st. Women's saber members also competed on Friday, with freshmen Zara Moss (Cranberry Township, Pa) and Sara Cunningham (Decatur, Ga.) finishing in 9th and 35th, respectively.
The men's epee team finished their two-day run on Saturday. Sophomore Clinton Rodell (Annadale,Va.) took 49th, juniors Anton Piskovatsov (Houston, Texas) and Joshua Cole (Chappaqua, N.Y.) took 67th and 69th, and senior Alfred Galeno (Queens, N.Y.) placed 34th in the epee consolation bracket.
The Olympic trials will continue today and finish tomorrow, Monday, Oct. 16. Live stats for the event can be found here: http://www.usafencing.org/2017octnac
Check GoPSUsports.com on Monday evening or Tuesday morning for a recap of Penn State's final two days on the west coast.
Penn State's fencing team will next be in action on Oct. 28-29 when they travel to Philadelphia, Pa., for the Temple Open. Fans can up with Penn State Fencing at GoPSUsports.com. Follow the team on Facebook at Penn State Fencing and on Twitter @pennstateFEN.