SOUTH BEND, Indiana – Duke Second Florist Christine Ferrari earned the second All-America recognition of his career on Friday on Day 2 of the NCAA Fencing Championship.
During the second day of competition, Duke sits 12th in the team standings with 26 points.
Ferrari entered the final day of the women’s event in 12th place and moved up one place to finish 11th with 13 wins. She also earned All-America honors as a rookie last season.
Senior Alex Gorman (sabre) ranked 18th overall while a rookie Catherine Flagan (foil) and junior Anneke Zegers (saber) finished 24th in their respective events.
With the women’s portion of the NCAA Championship finalized, the men will hit the tracks Saturday and Sunday to wrap up the collegiate season. Representative Duke will be Danny CampbellIII (sword), Finn Hoessfeld (leaf) and Terence Lee (saber).
The men’s semifinals and finals will air on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app at 1 p.m. Sunday. The Tag Team Championship is a combined title for men and women.
11. Christine Ferrari
24. Catherine Flagan
18. Alex Gorman
24. Anneke Zegers