AS A FRESHMAN: Went 24-6 during the regular season before placing fourth at the NCAA Midwest Regional...began his year at the St. John's Duals, finishing 3-1 ...earned his first career victory against Columbia's Asher Grodman (5-1) ...had a 5-2 showing at the NYU Invitational ...went 6-2 at the Northwestern Duals, including 2-0 versus Lawrence ...had an impressive performance at the Notre Dame Duals (9-1) ...earned second-team All-Conference honors at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships with a sixth place finish ...entered the direct elimination round of the tournament tied for the sixth seed ...following a first round bye, beat Bowling Green's Brent Ritchie, 15-0, in the round of 64 and Michigan's David Hughes, 15-3, in the round of 32 ... in the round of 16, faced Cleveland State's Liran Gross, whom he defeated 15-10 ... then lost to eventual champion Andres Horanyi of Ohio State, 15-5 ...made a run to the semifinals of the NCAA Midwest Regional to place fourth ...in the round of eight at the Regional, beat Ben Parkins of Ohio State, 15-11, to advance to the semifinals ...fell to Colin Sutter of Ohio State, 15-13, in the semifinals ...lost to teammate Enzo Castellani, 15-8, in the third place bout.

PREP & PERSONAL: Ranked 23rd in the world junior rankings (11/10/08) ... winner of two NAC tournaments in 2008 (one cadet and one junior) ... coached in high school by Les Stawicki ... a member of the BETA Club while in high school ... son of Rick and Shawne Bentley ... youngest of three children ... born April 10, 1990 in Louisville, KY ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as part of the Program of Liberal Studies.

Bentley's Career Record

Year W L Pct. NCAA Finish
2009 24 6 .800 --

Frederick Bentley
Frederick  Bentley


Little Rock, AR

High School:
DuPont Manual

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170



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