- 2014 Midwest Fencing Conference Championship Third Place
- 2014 First Team All-MFC
- 2014, 2015, 2016 ACC Academic Honor Roll
AS A JUNIOR: Went 13-6 in men’s epee in 2016 … opened the year with a 20th-place showing at the Penn State Open … went 6-5 at the DeCicco Duals … posted a 7-1 mark at the Northwestern Duals.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Competed in three tournaments for the Irish, logging an 8-5 record in his second season ... Began the year with a 2-2 mark at the St. John's Invitational and a 1-2 mark at NYU ... in St. John's competition, earned a 5-4 victory over Harvard's Peregrine Badger ... lost two bouts to Columbia fencers but beat Justin Wan 5-3 ... at NYU, won 4-2 against Yale's J. Rosenborg-Wohl and lost 5-4 to Columbia's Brian Ro ... finished the tournament with a 5-3 loss to NYU's Hans Engel ... at DeCicco Duals, sported a 5-1 record to finish the year ... lost to Cleveland State's Paul Duchow 5-3but rebounded to beat Matthew Hilton (Wayne State) 5-2 ... bested Lawrence's Henry Ward and Detroit's Aaron Dittell 5-1 ... finished the tournament with three straight wins against Wisconsin foes, randon Grill 5-3, Marcus Amato 5-1 and Jamie Cappuccio 5-0.
AS A FRESHMAN: Posted 18-9 record while finishing with the third most victories among Irish epeeists, behind Garrett McGrath (39) and Conrad Sutter (22) ... went 2-2 at the NYU Invitational, with both victories earned against NYU's Evan Hughes (5-4) and Evan Accardi (5-1) ... served up a rather impressive performance at the St. John's Invite, posting perfect 4-0 record against St. John's Cooper Shumacher (5-2) and Andrew Dobbie (5-3) as well as Columbia's Brian Ro (4-3) and Justin Wan (5-4) ... etched a 7-5 record at the Northwestern Duals, including a 3-0 sweep against North Carolina's Daniel Giles (5-3), Hayden Haberle (5-2) and Michael Gopmin-Slonin (5-4) ... capped regular season with a 5-3 record at the DeCicco Duals that featured a 3-0 sweep of Cleveland State's Logan Eskew (5-1), Salim Yasun (5-1) and Paul Duchow (5-3) ... earned a monogram.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Lycèe Français de San Francisco in May of 2013 ... internationally renowned, has been coached by numerous Olympic-level coaches, most notably current US women's junior epee coach Maureen Griffin and former US men's Olympic coach Paul Soter ... began fencing at the age of six, and has been nationally ranked since the age of 13 ... biggest athletic thrill to date was finishing ninth at Juniors and 10th in the Cadet-level competition at Summer Nationals ... has lived in France, Belgium, and the United States while growing up ... while attending a French high school in the States, participated on the soccer team and was an avid actor ... won first prize in acting competition amongst the various international schools in the United States ... born in Perpignan, France, to Loic and Geraldine Le Meur ... has two younger brothers, Gauthier and Gregoire ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.
Le Meur's Career Record