ROUND 2 TOURNAMENT RESULTS & STANDINGS
Results and Standings
The attached files show the results and standings following Round 1 of the regular season.
"Scores 2017-18 R2 Centennial.pdf", "Scores 2017-18 R2 Milton.pdf", "Scores 2017-18 R2 Pope.pdf" contain the scores of all bouts as well as seeding and final places for each of this weekend's tournaments.
"Standings 2017-18 R2.pdf" contains the Team Standings (based on all points earned by each team) and Individual Standings (based on the points earned by each fencer).
"Fencers by School 2017-18 R2.pdf" contains an alphabetical list of fencers at each school. For each fencer it shows grade, league ranking, points earned, number of events they have competed in as well as where they placed in each tournament.
Congratulations to the following Lambert fencers: Aidan McBain (3rd Place), Ashley Kwon (3rd Place).
The following Lambert fencers earned points: Bhargavi Gundla, Ashley Kwon, Aidan McBain, Hyunjoo Rho, Kevin Sun.
Fencers are "eligible" to compete in the Championships if they have competed in four regular season tournaments in the current season. This is a minimum requirement to compete in either Championship.
The Individual Championship is limited to 84 men and 84 women. Of the “eligible” fencers who have earned points, the 84 who are highest on the points list (including ties for 84th place) qualify for the Individual Championship.
The Team Championship is limited to 24 men’s teams and 24 women’s teams. In order to compete, the school must have enough “eligible” fencers (at least three) to form a team. Of those teams, the 24 that are highest on the points list qualify for the Team Championship.
Great job Lambert Fencers, our fencers brought home 2 medals! Thank you to all who stayed and helped support our team members who made it to the final rounds. Lambert will be hosting the Round 3 tournament. This will be a mandatory tournament for all fencers to attend, compete, and help coordinate (no excuses). We will need all fencers and parents to volunteer the Friday before the tournament and the day of the tournament so mark your calendars. Get ready to train hard for the next couple of weeks!