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Aleksander Ochocki
Aleksander Ochocki

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Clark, N.J.

Position:
Saber

Experience:
SR


07/03/2012

Penn State Student-Athletes Earn NCAA and Big Ten Titles and High Graduation Rates During Outstanding 2011-12

Nittany Lions Place 12th in Directors' Cup Standings; Post 88 Percent Graduation Rate

03/25/2012

Nittany Lions Finish Fifth at NCAA Championships

Aleksander Ochocki Wins Men's Saber Title

03/25/2012

Nittany Lions Finish Fifth at NCAA Championships

Aleksander Ochocki Wins Men's Saber Title

03/24/2012

Nittany Lion Fencers Remain Tied for Fourth Place

Aleksander Ochocki in Second Place in Men's Saber

03/24/2012

Nittany Lion Fencers Remain Tied for Fourth Place

Aleksander Ochocki in Second Place in Men's Saber

Career Statistics
YearW-LPct.
2008-0929-8.784
2009-1026-11.703
2010-1118-14.563
Career73-33.689
All-American 2009,10, 11 (2010 National Champion)

LION CAREER:
2011-12: Ochocki is serving as Team Captain for the second consecutive year. He started out his senior year with a phenomenal first place finish as the Penn State Garret Open. The Garret was the first major competition for the Nittany Lions this season.

2010-11: In his first year serving as Team Captain, Ochocki earned All-American honors for the third consecutive year. Ochocki tied for third at the NCAA Championships. He ended the regular season with a record of 18-14.

2009-10: In his second year of collegiate action with the Nittany Lions Ochocki went 26-11. The defending National Champion tied for third at Nationals walking away with an All-American title.

2008-09: Ochocki made a splash in year one of his collegiate career by becoming the NCAA saber national champion as a true freshman. Ochocki won 19 bouts at nationals to claim the crown. He went 29-8 during the regular season and then place third at Mid-Atlantic/South Regionals.

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL:
Ochocki was a four-year letterman at Johnson High School in Clark, N.J., where he was a four-time All-State pick and a three-time New Jersey State Champion. Ochocki was a four-time member of the U.S. Junior National Team, 5-time National Champion and 3-time Junior Olympic Champion. An outstanding athlete, Ochocki lettered in football and lacrosse where he was a three year starter in both at Johnson High School. Senior year he was the lacrosse captain of the #4 ranked in the state Crusaders and was named All-Conference.

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