- 2016 Alice “Dit” Langford Award
- 2015 Yves Auriol Award
- 2015 World University Games Participant
AS A SOPHOMORE: Posted a 43-12 mark during regular-season bouts … opened the season with a 14th-place finish at the Penn State Open … went 19-1 over two days at the DeCicco Duals … turned in an 11-3 record at the Northwestern Duals … wrapped the regular season with a 12-3 day at the Duke Duals … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll … named the team’s Alice Langford Women’s Foil Leadership Award … earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Amassed a 28-6 record in first season at Notre Dame ... earned 1-1 record at St. John's Invitational, followed by 6-0 mark at NYU Invite the following day ... posted 8-5 log at Northwestern Duals, followed by 13-0 win streak at DeCicco Duals ... at St. John's, blanked Red Storm foe Jackie Mazzone ... at NYU Invite, beat Yale's Lauren Miller 5-4 ... went on to win 5-4 against Northwestern's Jennifer Yamin and 5-3 versus Irene Spezzamonte of St. John's ... finished the tournament with three straight wins against NYU foes (Yasmeen Omer, 5-0, Katherine Chen, 5-2 and Audra Fox, 5-2) ... at Northwestern, lost first two bouts but recouped to beat Temple's Mariah Stagle 5-3 and Fatima Largaesapada 5-4 ... beat Stanford foes Eliza Klyce and Christie Dawson 5-4 ... against Air Force, lost to Mary McElwee 5-0 but out-dueled Nicole Quattrociocchi, 5-1 and Madeleine Girardot 5-4 ... at DeCicco Duals, posted third-best record on the women's foil squad, earning undefeated, 13-0 mark ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Started fencing her freshman year of high school at Manchen Academy of Fencing with head coach Darren Manchen ... as a sophomore finished 21st at New Jersey State Individual Championships ... placed 11th as a junior and finished the year ranked first in Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference (District 1) ... compiled 23-1 bout record and served as captain ... went undefeated as a senior, posting an unblemished 23-0 record and again finishing first in conference ... placed eighth at state championships and earned All-State second team accolades ... with club team, placed second at Division III Summer Nationals as a senior and was ninth at Division II North American Cup (NAC) in Minneapolis, Minnesota ... graduated from West Morris Central High School in June of 2014 ... earned membership in school's French Honor Society and served as vice president of the National Honor Society ... biggest athletic thrill to date is walking on to the Notre Dame fencing team ... hails from Long Valley, New Jersey ... youngest child of Douglas and Catherine Dietsche ... has one sister, Courtney ... enrolled in the college of science, majoring in math.
Dietsche's Career Record