You may have seen us practicing in the quad or on the Student Center stage when the weather is poor. Some of our members are new and just learning to fence. Others work on improving their fencing skills and attend fencing competitions in the Northwest. Students and staff are welcome!
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Comfortable clothes that allow you to move around quickly and shoes with good traction. Most fencing equipment, such as masks and jackets, will be provided.
Winter Quarter Practice Times
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Red Devil Duel!
LCC's first first intercollegiate tournament was held in 2009. Andrew Greig took 4th of 35 foil fencers and John Scharfenburg took 4th of 18 épée fencers. LCC took 1st place in épée and 2nd place in foil. Other schools at the competition were University of Oregon, University of Puget Sound, Portland State University, University of Washington, and Clark College.
Red Devil Duel 2012: Medal Winners Andrew Greig, Paul Englund, Brandon Swett, Dan Miller
Director Tom Price watches Mike Keck (LCC) vs Paul Englund (Clark)
LCC fencers Dave Lampitt and Nathan Meyers dueling with épée
Fencing Demonstration for about 120 Cub Scouts
In 2010 the Fencing Club competed against Reed College, Portland State University, University of Puget Sound and Clark Community College. LCC teams took second place in foil and first and third places in saber!
In 2007 the Fencing Club competed in its first tournament at Reed College in Portland. Our saber team (Doug Carter, Andrew Greig, and Jacob Rintoul, front row in the team picture below) took first place, competing against teams from Reed and the University of Oregon. Our foil team (Zach Greig, Corwyn Kiger, and David Meyers back row in team picture) took second place in a much larger field of teams.
Attending the tournament at Reed has become a tradition for our club.
2007 LCC team at Reed Tournament
2009 LCC team at Reed Tournament
2011 Reed Tournament Group
Kyle Keene (A) and Josh Vallejo (B) watch teammate Brandon Swett (C) at a tournament at WWU