AS A JUNIOR:
- Competed solely at the DeCicco Duals, assembling a 7-3 record on the weekend.
AS A SOPHOMORE:
- Went 31-2 in the regular season for the Irish, with a 23-1 record coming over two days at Notre Dame’s DeCicco Duals
- Went 8-1 at the Northwestern Duals
- Also placed 22nd in men’s epee at the Penn State Open.
AS A FRESHMAN:
- Fought in only the DeCicco Duals in his inaugural season with the Irish, amassing a 6-2 record
- Earned a 5-2 victory over Wayne State's Matthew Hilton to start the day
- Continued on to beat Henry Ward (Lawrence) 5-4
- Out-dueled Detroit's Ben Bourdeau and Bradley's Jack Ebersole 5-1
- Lost two bouts to Michigan State's Kass Patton (5-3) and Matthew Wexler (5-4), beating Michael Palmer 5-4
- Finished the tournament with a 5-3 win over Michigan's Vincent Yue.
PREP AND PERSONAL:
- After initially hating the sport in fifth grade, picked it back up sophomore year of high school and has excelled ever since
- Competed with prep team and Fencing Academy of South Jersey's club team in addition to playing lacrosse and swimming
- Placed fourth in state fencing tournament as a junior and finished sixth as a senior
- Graduated from Moorestown Friends School in May of 2014
- Hails from Medford, New Jersey, the same area as Irish men's basketball star Steve Vasturia and men's swimmer Joe Petrone
- Middle child of Omar and Claudia Aguilar
- Both parents attended Notre Dame, and father Omar also fenced with the Irish
- Has two sisters, Camille and Sophia
- Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business