Annapolis Fencing

 

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The St. John's College Fencing Union is a year-round club for the sport of fencing. It is open to all adults and children interested in fencing in central Maryland, as well as to students of St. John's College. Our fencers practice and compete in all three modern weapons -- foil, épée, and saber.

The club hosts tournaments on behalf of the Maryland Division of the United States Fencing Association, open to all USFA members of the appropriate ranking. The undergraduate students also compete against other collegiate teams in the Baltimore-Washington Collegiate Fencing Conference (BWCFC), a 12-school consortium of varsity and club fencing teams.

The club practices in in Iglehart Hall on Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Floor time and instruction are available on-site. Equipment is also available for use at the club.

For more information, please contact: Coach Robert Smith, coach@sjcfencing.org

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