Honors: NCAA Regional Participant (Foil - 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) ... All-ACC Academic (2016, 2017) ... ACC Academic Honor Roll (2014)
2017: Claimed first place at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional in women’s foil … concluded her career at the NCAA Fencing Championships in 15th place … took fourth place during the individual portion of the ACC Championships … posted a 17-14 overall ledger on the year … paced the foil squad at the annual Duke Meet with eight victories … named to the All-ACC Academic team for the second year in a row.
2016: Finished with a 41-21 record in women’s foil as a junior … placed eighth in women’s foil at the Mid-Atlantic/South Regional and ninth at the ACC Championships … won at least half of her bouts at each meet during the regular season … kickstarted the season with at least 10 bout victories at each of the first three meets, going 11-2 at the Penn State Duals, 10-7 at the Northwestern Duals and 10-4 at the Philadelphia Invitational … also went 3-0 in women’s saber at the Northwestern Duals … posted a 6-4 mark at the Philadelphia Invitational … logged an even 4-4 record during the team competition at the ACC Championships … named to the All-ACC Academic team.
2015: Placed sixth in women’s foil at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional … finished fifth at the ACC Championships … ended the regular season with a 40-23 record … paced the women’s foil squad in wins (40) and winning percentage (.635) … turned in her best performance of the year at the Eric Sollee Invitational, notching a mark of 15-3 … opened her sophomore season with an 11-6 performance at the Western Invitational … went 6-3 during the team portion of the ACC Championships … finished the Philadelphia Invitational with a 6-7 record … picked up two wins at the Duke Meet.
2014: Burst on to the scene as a freshman, posting a 62-24 record to lead the women and tie Christopher Monti for the most wins among all Duke fencers ... placed 23rd at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional … recorded double-digit wins in three of the five regular season meets, including an impressive 28-7 performance at the two-day Northwestern Duals … also picked up 11 wins at the Philadelphia Invitational and finished the Duke Home Meet with a 10-2 mark … earned a spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prep: Was an alternate for the USA Cadet Women’s Foil Team.
Personal: Born Julia Jisun Lee on June 30, 1995 in Morristown, N.J. ... daughter of Christopher and Helena Lee ... has two brothers, Jonathan and Justin, and one sister, Jennifer.