Magda Krol
Vancouver, British Columbia


1997 NCAA women's epee champion, first women's epee champion in Irish history and first Irish woman to win an NCAA individual title since Heidi Piper won the foil crown in 1991...won the 1997 outstanding women's epeeist award at the NCAA championship...earned All-America honors for second consecutive year with sixth-place finish at NCAA championships in 1998...won second straight Midwest epee championship in 1998...finished 1998 season with combined record of 63-7...ranks second in epee career winning percentage (.927)...represented Canada in 1998 Senior World Championships of Fencing...finished with a 61-2 record in epee and 21-2 in foil in 1997...1997 epee winning percentage of .968 is best single-season mark in Irish women's fencing history...won 1996 and 1997 Canadian junior epee competition and placed second in senior foil and junior foil competitions...claimed 1996 Western Canadian senior championship in both foil and epee...member of the Canadian national team in foil...also competed in soccer, basketball and swimming at Lord Byng Secondary School...received 1995 Unysis Quest for Excellence award for outstanding achievement in academics, athletics and leadership...born August 24, 1978, in Vancouver, British Columbia...enrolled in the College of Science with a major in pre-professional studies.

Career Record

Year          W  L   Pct.  NCAA Finish
1997 (foil)  21  2   .913
1997 (epee)  61  2   .968  1st
1998 (foil)   9  0  1.000
1998 (epee)  54  7   .885  6th
Career      145  11  .929    

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