Archer, Collineau, Antipas sweep foil medals
AS A FRESHMAN: Had an extremely successful initial campaign with the sabre team, compiling 22-9 record ... lost first three career bouts before besting Jerry Xu (NYU) 5-4 at NYU Invitational ... lone win at the St. John's Invitational came against Columbia's Will Spear, 5-3 ... posted a 4-4 record at the Northwestern Duals, ousting Stanford's Daniel Wolfson, 5-2 ... final three bout victories came against Harrison Miller (5-2), Marco Cruz-Heredia (5-1) and Christopher Cousté (5-1) of Cal Tech on the final day of competition ... got off to a quick start in the DeCicco Duals, sweeping the trio of John Cuturic (5-4), David Schultz (5-3) and Tom Bienvenu (5-3) of Cleveland State ... out-dueled Northwestern's John Kinol, 5-3 ... beat Matt Hilton (Wayne State) 5-1 ... came back from 5-1 loss versus Zaahid Muhammad (Detroit) to beat Titans foe Andrew Gibbons, 5-3 ... posted 3-0 records against Chicago and Bradley and 2-1 mark versus Purdue on final day of DeCicco Duals, finishing the tournament with a 16-3 bout record, his best for any individual tournament of the season ... earned a monogram.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Montclair in June of 2013 ... earned three varsity letters with high school fencing team in addition to competing with Lilov Fencing Academy team ... as a freshman, took third place at Montclair freshman/sophomore Invitational ... improved to second place in freshman/sophomore invite in second season with prep team and earned first varsity letter ... team finished second at state championship meet ... in junior season, earned second varsity letter ... as a senior was voted team captain and fenced in New Jersey individual state championship ... qualified for Junior Olympics and earned a C2013 rating in Lilov Lucky Shamrock Games - Sabre Div. II class ... off the strip was named National AP Scholar and was recognized as an AP Scholar with Distinction ... named national merit semi-finalist ... crowned 2009 Piano Teachers Society of America `Grand Winner' at Carnegie Hall ... biggest thrill to date was performing Rhapsody in Blue with high school concert band - the performance stands as most work put in to a single project ... born to parents James and Jennifer Dwyer ... has one older brother, Brendan ... is the fourth member of his family to attend Notre Dame, as his geat-grandfather, grandfather and father all attended the University ... at Notre Dame, participates in the Design for America club and serves as Sorin College Sustainability Commissioner and event coordinator for the Engineering Honors Program Student Board ... currently enrolled in the college of engineering, majoring in aerospace engineering.
Dwyer's Career Record