People in the class of 2017

Calvin Au's picture

Calvin started casually fencing foil in third grade, and has since then fenced at both the national and high school level. Calvin was the team captain of his high school fencing team during his senior year at Bernards High School in Bernardsville, NJ. Fencing for Bernards, Calvin qualified for the NJSIAA Foil Individual State Championships all four years, his highest placement of 5th during his junior year.

Calvin fences for Morris Fencing Club in New Jersey under his coach, Slava Danilov. He is a B2012 in foil and has competed at several national events, but has never done well in them because everyone there is ridiculously good.

Calvin is studying Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences, enduring sleepless nights as he tries to get his code to compile. In his free time, he likes to nap, play video games, read, play the piano, and be lazy.


Julian May-Mann's picture

Julian started fencing in high school as part of the South Coast Fencing Center in Southern California. Since he began he has competed in the Junior Olympics in 2011 and 2012, Summer Nationals in 2012 and 2013, and various other NACS. As well as being a fencer, Julian is also a nationally rated referee, with a rating of 7 in foil and 9 in epee.
Julian is currently in the college of Arts and Sciences and pursuing a degree in physics. On his free time Julian enjoys playing saxophone, watching television, and competing in competitive eating challenges.


Kevin Wan's picture

Kevin had started fencing as a sophomore at Stuyvesant High School in New York City. He had attended Brooklyn Bridge Fencing Club and learned how to fence foil under the instruction of Dan Kellner. In his senior year, he became captain and led the team to victory at the PSAL (Public School Athletic League) Championships.

Outside of fencing, Kevin enjoys reading, gaming, and watching TV series. He is also currently aspiring to be a part-time rapper.



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