Found December 06, 2011 on tarheelblue.com:
The North Carolina men's and women's fencing squads dove into intercollegiate dual meet competition over the weekend, facing a strong slate of teams at Penn State on Saturday and at Brandeis in Waltham, Mass., on Sunday. On both days, the Tar Heels had plenty of successes, but also faced challenges.
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