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Jason started fencing in 1995 while at college. After learning foil for several years he tried epee at a tournament and has focused on that ever since. He has attended the USFA Coaches College for level 2 epee and level 1 saber. Currently he teaches classes and gives private lessons at Bloomington Fencing Club.
Jeremy began fencing at Indiana University in 1994. After fencing foil for two years, he turned his attention to epee at the recommendation of a more experienced clubmate. He is now nationally competitive in epee, and has has attended the USFA Coaches College for Level 1 Epee. He currently assists in teaching classes at the Bloomington Fencing Club, and gives private lessons.
Jim started fencing in high school in 1975. Like everyone in those days, he started out in foil. While in college at Notre Dame, he switched to sabre. Jim took a year abroad in 1980-81 and fenced with the University of Dublin, Trinity College Fencing Club. While in law school at Indiana University, Jim was member of the IUFC from 1985-1987. He then was out of fencing until 2007 when he started epee classes with his daughter Meg.
Jim got back into sabre in 2008. He coaches beginning sabre and he competes both locally and nationally. Jim is currently ranked 20th in the 40-49 Year Old Veterans’ Mens’ Sabre and 39th in the overall over 40 division.
Stacee coaches saber at Bloomington Fencing Club.
Theresa started fencing in 1999 as a freshman at Haverford College. She competed for four years in the NCAA as a women's sabrist. While there she started tinkering with broken fencing equipment and soon became the official team armorer. In 2002 she attended the first USFA Armorers College. In 2005 she earned her level 2 Armorer's certification. She has been happily armoring to this day.
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