UCSD Fencing BIO
 Jeffrey Chan

AS A JUNIOR IN 2013-14
An All-Western Fencing Conference selection ... Went 21-15 in foil at the Western Invitational hosted by Stanford (1/11) ... Helped contribute to upsets of Princeton, Notre Dame and #6 Ohio State in men's foil at the Northwestern Invitational (2/02) ... Contributed to a 24-3 mark in foil at the South/South Duals hosted by UCSD (2/08) ... Finished 4th in foil at the NCAA West Regionals (3/08).

Opened the season with a third place finish in men's foil at the Collegiate Open at Caltech ... Finished 15th at the 17th Annual BladeRunner Tournament ... For the second straight year, had the single-highest UCSD finish at the North American Cup, placing 18th out of 161 competitors (11/10) ... Placed 7th at the NCAA West Regionals (3/9).

Earned a 13th-place finish during his first meet as a Triton in the men's foil at the 16th Annual BladeRunner Tournament (10/29-10/30) ... Had single-highest UCSD finish at North American Cup, placing 28th out of 149 entries in the men's foil while earning U-19 National Team points for his top-32 finish (1/13-1/16) ... Placed second during Triton men's foil podium sweep at IFCSC Individual Championships, held at Pomona College in Claremont (2/11-2/12) ... Finished ninth at NCAA West Regionals (3/10-3/11).

A 2011 graduate from Mission San Jose High School in Fremont ... Competed at the Fencing Center in San Jose ... Placed third in the 2011 Summer Nationals Division II Men's Foil ... Also placed first in the 2010 Junior Olympics Qualifier in Men's Cadet Foil ... Was on the JV volleyball team.

Born Feb. 6, 1993 in Fremont ... Parents are Joseph and Sara Chan, both of whom attended Cal ... An engineering science major at Sixth College ... Has two older sisters named Natalie and Valerie ... Roots for the San Francisco Giants and 49ers ... Enjoys golfing, dancing and playing the piano.

Position: Foil
Year: Junior
City/State: Fremont, CA
High School: Mission San Jose HS
College: Sixth
Major: Engineering Science
Experience: 2 Letters
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