HONORS & AWARDS:
- 2015 Yves Auriol Award
- 2014 Honorable Mention All-MFC
AS A SENIOR: Went 18-4 on the season … opened the year at the Penn State Open, finishing in 42nd place … went 14-3 over two days at the DeCicco Duals … wrapped up the year with a 4-1 showing at the Northwestern Duals … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
AS A JUNIOR: A solid contributor for the Irish men's epee squad throughout his junior campaign, amassed 17-15 season record competing at every tournament throughout the year ... at Ohio State Elite Cup, finished with a 5-3 record ... went on to ost 2-4 mark and 1-3 record at St. John's and NYU Invitationals respectively ... went undefeated at Northwestern Duals and finished the regular season 3-1 at DeCicco Duals ... competed at ACC Championship, etching a 4-5 record to help the men's tea win the team title ... in Columbus, Ohio, earned a 5-1 victory over Pennsylvania's R.J. Shipp ... bested North Carolina's M. Gopman-Slonim, 5-2 ... out-dueled Princeton's Luke Politi 5-2 ... suffered first loss of the tournament in overtime to Penn State's Oskar Tang, 5-4, but recouped to beat his Nittany Lion teammate Farzaan Karimi 5-2 ... finished with a 5-1 loss to Ohio State's Matt Bogard ... at St. John's bested Tang 5-3, but lost 5-2 to Yasser Mahmoud and 5-1 to Conor Shepard of Penn State ... out-touched St. John's Trevor Shepard, 5-2, but was unable to beat Yevgenyi Karyuchenko (5-4) or Cooper Schumacher (5-2) ... narrowly lost to Yale's Dillon Lew, 5-4 to start the NYU Invite ... against St. John's, lost 4-3 in overtime to Karyuchenko ... finished with a 1-1 mark against NYU, beating Malcolm Lewis 5-3 but losing to John Cramerus, 5-3 ... faced Cal Tech at Northwestern Duals, beating Ethan Lo 5-2, S. Strumwasser 5-4 and Abhijit Puranam 5-0 ... at DeCicco Duals, lost 5-2 to Wayne State's Steven Kudla, but rebounded to beat Michael Haas 5-3 ... out-touched Wisconsin's Brandon Grill, 5-4 ... at ACC Championship, earned an 8-7 record individually, finishing in sixth place ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Went undefeated in second season with the Irish, logging 14-0 record ... improved career mark to 21-3 ... did not compete at NYU or St. John's Invitationals ... began season with 7-0 record at the Northwestern Duals, including two, 3-0 sweeps versus Lawrence and Cal Tech ... capped regular season with 7-0 log at DeCicco Duals ... defeated Cleveland State's Paul Duchow 5-0 and Logan Eskew 5-2 ... bested Wayne State's Merlin Chappuis 5-2 and Michael Hass 5-1 ... blanked Detroit's Aaron Dittel 5-0 and out-dueled Titan teammates Jacob Theut, 5-3, and Brock Bendes, 5-1.
AS A FRESHMAN: Earned 7-4 record in first season with the Irish ... at Northwestern Duals, logged 4-2 record ... first career win came against Cal Tech's Omer Subasi, 5-1 ... bested remaining Beaver bouters Taylor Strumwasser 3-2 and Stanford Schor 5-2 ... struggled with UC-San Diego opponents but won 5-1 against North Carolina's Parker Williams ... at Notre Dame Duals, notched 3-1 mark ... out-touched Cleveland State's Paul Duchun 5-3 and Salih Yasun, 4-3 before being bested by Viking counterpart Levin Young, 5-3 ... won against Lawrence's Mike Friend, 5-0 after narrowly losing to Moses Zorkin-Scott 5-4.
PREP & PERSONAL: Attended Highland ... three-time all-academic first team selection ... ranked 10th in points qualifying for the 2012 Division IA National Championship ... finished in the top-25 in the cadet epee class at the 2012 Junior Olympic Fencing Championships and the 2011 USA Fencing Summer Nationals ... 2011 Cadet Pacific Coast champion ... member of the California Scholarship Foundation and the College Club ... son of Robert and Kari Anne Poremski ... has one sister, Raychel ... father, Robert, was a cyclist and ran cross country at the Air Force Academy ... enrolled in Mendoza College of Business, double-majoring in marketing and psychology.
Poremski's Career Record