CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -
The UC San Diego women's fencing team moved up one spot to a tie for 16th during day two at the National Collegiate Fencing Championships. Tritions Pilar Alicea
and Victoria Mo
competed on the final of women's action Friday, combining for 13 wins during the seven rounds of action.
Alicea won four times during day two and picked up seven victories total in the women's foil field. The senior completed her collegiate career with 74 touches during the competition. Nicole Ross of Columbia/Barnard was the NCAA Champion in the field.
Mo added two wins to her day one total of four, finishing with six in women's epee. Mo finished her freshman season with 77 touches at the NCAA championships, with Penn State's Margherita Guzzi Vincenti emerging as national champ.
The NCAA National Championships, hosted by Harvard University, resume tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Gordon Track Center as the men begin their competition.