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Camille Esnault
Blue Devils Ninth Through Day Three at NCAAs
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 03/25/2017
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Blue Devil women hit the strips for day three of the NCAA Fencing Championships in Indianapolis, Ind., and are currently in ninth place in the team standings with 70 points.

Notre Dame continues to lead the way with 152 points followed by Ohio State (131), Columbia/Barnard (126), Princeton (118) and St. John’s (105) to complete the top five.

Sophomore Camille Esnault leads the women in 18th, having won six of her 15 bouts today in women’s epee. Leading the way is Katharine Holmes and Anna Van Brummen of Princeton with 13 and 12 victories, respectively.

In addition to Esnault, senior Julia Lee and freshman Lindsay Sapienza are currently in 21st place with four victories each.  

Esnault, Lee and Sapienza will compete in their final eight bouts of pool play in their respective weapons tomorrow and will attempt to move up the leaderboard. The top four fencers in each weapon will advance to the semifinals and finals of a single-elimination bracket of 15-touch bouts.

The semifinal and championship bouts will be aired on ESPN3 beginning at 1:30 p.m.

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