Nittany Lions travel to Sacred Heart University to compete against Princeton, Harvard, Vassar, Sacred Heart,and NYU
Penn State finds success in day two of the North American Cup
Men's and women's fencing to compete at NAC in Cleveland, Ohio
Record-Breaking Academic and Athletic Year Continues for Penn State Student-Athletes
Nittany Lions finish NCAA Championships in third place with eight All-Americans
All-American 2011, 2012, 2013
2012-13: Bak served as the men's team captain this year, and fenced his way to a third place finish at the NCAA Championships. His third place finish gained him his third All-America status of his career. Bak qualified for Nationals with his fourth place finish at the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional. He finished the regular season with an impressive 21-8 record. The junior had three 3-0 performances against Harvard, Columbia, and Notre Dame. He finished in ninth place at the Garret Open.
2011-12: Bak finished a strong sophomore campaign with a 30-17 record to qualify for the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional. At the regional, he placed 3rd to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Bak defeated 14 opponents at the championships to place 6th and claim his second All-American status. Bak had a trio of 3-0 performances, coming against Notre Dame, Drew, and Haverford, respectively. He also had 2-1 performances against Harvard, North Carolina(twice), Duke(twice), St. John's, and Princeton. He went 2-0 against Brandeis. Bak placed 11th at the Garret Open, hosted by Penn State.
2010-11: In his first year of collegiate action for the Nittany Lions, Bak went 37-17 in the regular season and took seventh at the NCAA Championships earning himself All-American honors.