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Duke Women's Fencing BIO
 Ibtihaj Muhammad

2005: Finished 11th in saber at the NCAA Championships to earn All-America honors for the second straight season ... Junior Olympic National Champion ... posted a 38-4 record on the season to lead the saber team to an 11-3 record ... advanced to the NCAA Championships with a second place finish at the Mid-Atlantic South Regional Championships ... finished the season ranked 15th nationally among Senior Women’s Saber.

2004: Earned All-America honors as a freshman, placing ninth in saber at the NCAA Championships ... posted a record of 49-8 ... finished second at the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional and 21st at the Junior Olympics.  

Prep: Two year captain of the Columbia High School fencing team ... helped the team to two state championships ... also led her team to the Santelli Tournament championship ... finished fifth in the Division IA summer nationals ... placed 12th in the 2003 U-19 summer nationals ... led the saber team to a third place finish in the 2003 Division I summer nationals  ... the Mid Atlantic Division IA section champion ... also competed in volleyball.

PERSONAL: Born December 4, 1985 ... daughter of Eugene and Denise Muhammad ... majoring in International Comparitive Studies and African and American Studies  ... Muslim Student Association Cabinet Member ... participates in the African American mentoring program. 

Position: Saber
Year: Junior
City/State: Maplewood, N.J.
High School: Columbia
Experience: 2 Letters
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