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Rosalyn Lim
Position: Foil
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sunnyvale, CA
High School: Saint Francis HS
College: Sixth
Major: Biochemistry/Cell Biology
Experience: 2 Letters
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AS A JUNIOR IN 2013-14
Started the season with a 31st place finish at the San Diego Open (10/27) ... Helped UCSD to a 25-20 record in foil at the Western Invitational (1/11) ... Contributed to a 23-4 record in foil at the South/South Duals (2/8) ... Helped win a 10th straight IFCSC Championship for UCSD by going undefeated at the IFCSC Championships (3/2) ... Finished the season with an eighth place finish at the NCAA West Regionals (3/8).

AS A SOPHMORE IN 2012-13
Started the season with a third place finish as part of a podium sweep in foil at the Collegiate Open (10/28) ... 14th place finish at the 17th Annual Bladerunner Tournament (11/4) ... Helped UCSD to a ninth consecutive title at the IFCSC Championships (2/23)

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011-12
Began season by placing ninth out of 15 foilists at the 16th Annual BladeRunner Tournament (10/30) ... Won a pair of matches in her pool and defeated Yolanda Gong of UCLA, 15-8, at the Collegiate Open (11/6) ... Placed seventh at the IFCSC Individual Championships (2/12) ... A member of the Tritons' first place foil team at the IFCSC Final Duals (2/26) ... Placed ninth at the NCAA West Regionals (3/11).

HIGH SCHOOL
A 2011 graduate of Saint Francis High School in Mountain View ... Received the Varsity Athletic Award and Scholar-Athlete Award and Scholar-Athlete Award, both for gymnastics (2008-11).

PERSONAL
Born Aug. 30, 1993 in Palo Alto ... Parents are Richard Meng Hai Lim and Terate Nalukas ... Has three older siblings named Rosanna, Rebecca and Jonathan ... A biochemistry and cell biology major at Sixth College ... Favorite food is durian ... Lists her brother as her greatest influence ... Enjoys reading, running and Pokemon.

 

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