AS A SENIOR IN 2014-15
Named All-Western Fencing Conference for his fourth place finish at the NCAA West Regional in La Jolla.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2013-14
An All-Western Fencing Conference selection ... Took third place at the San Diego Open (10/27) ... Helped contribute to a 22-5 record for the epee squad at the South/South Duals held at UCSD (2/8) ... Finished third at NCAA West Regionals (3/8).
AS A SOPHMORE IN 2012-13
Started the season winning men's epee for the second consecutive year at the Collegiate Open (10/28) ... Finished in tenth place at the 17th Annual BladeRunner Tournament at RIMAC Arena (11/4) ... Placed 80th in a field of 264 at the North American Cup (11/11) ... Went undefeated at the IFCSC Mega Meet hosted by UC Irvine (11/18) ... Took second place as part of a podium sweep at the IFCSC Individual Championships (2/10) ... Placed third at NCAA West Regionals (3/9) ... Was one of two Tritons to qualify for and compete at the NCAA Championships (3/22).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011-12
Debuted with a ninth place showing at the 16th Annual BladeRunner Tournament at RIMAC Arena (10/30) ... Won men's epee at the Collegiate Open, hosted at UC Irvine (11/6) ... Finished with a 12-6 record at the Air Force-hosted NCAA West Invitational (1/8) ... Earned another first place finish at the IFCSC Individual Championships (2/12) ... Concluded remarkable freshman season at the NCAA West Regionals at Stanford with a seventh place finish, the highest placing among the Triton men in that event (3/11) ... Named the Rookie of the Year by his teammates.
A 2011 graduate of Boulder High School in Boulder, Colo. ... Competed for Northern Colorado Fencers ... Took fifth place at the Cadet Circuit event in Bonn, Germany.
Born April 21, 1993 in Los Angeles ... Parents are Margaret Campbell and Mark Kruger, both of whom attended Stanford ... Has a younger brother named Nick ... A political science major at Revelle College ... Minor is educational studies ... Roots for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Denver Broncos and Colorado Buffaloes ... Enjoys playing chess and reading ... Favorite athlete is epee fencer Weston "Seth" Kelsey ... Could eat sushi for the rest of his life if possible ... Considers his fifth place finish out of more than 300 competitors at the Cadet Circuit in Bonn, Germany, his most memorable moment ... Plans to become an elementary teacher after graduating.