The top-ranked Notre Dame Men's Fencing team competes in the 2010 Notre Dame Duals
AWARDS AND HONORS:
NCAA 12th-Place Finisher (2010)
NCAA 18th-Place Finisher (2009)
Third Team All-American (2010)
Second Team All-MFC (2008, 2009)
AS A SENIOR: Finished final campaign with the Irish with a record of 28-16 to finish career with 148 victories in epee ... earned fourth monogram ... opened the year with five victories at the NYU Invitational that saw him get two of those decisions over NYU ... went 6-4 the following day at the St. John's Challenge, recording two wins apiece against Harvard (2-0) and Columbia (2-1) ... clinched the epee decision over Harvard, defeating Ben White, 5-2, for the decisive point ... went a perfect 9-0 at the Notre Dame Duals ... posted a 4-3 record at the Northwestern Duals, including a crucial victory over Mike Elfassy of Princeton (5-4) to clinch the epee for the Irish, 5-4 ... also clinched the epee against UC-San Diego later at the event with a 5-2 victory over James Galamba ... went 6-2 at the season ending Duke Duals, including a perfect 3-0 against the host Blue Devils ... clinched the epee over North Carolina with a 5-2 decision over Maxwell Tice-Lewis ... also clinched epee over Johns Hopkins with victory over Nick Krywopusk, 5-4 ... earned a top-10 result at the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships, finishing ninth overall while also helping the epee team claim the title ... ended Irish career at the NCAA Midwest Regionals, placing 12th overall with a 1-5 mark in pool play.
AS A JUNIOR: Completed his junior campaign with a record of 58-25 and a 12th-place finish at the 2010 NCAA Championships ... posted a record of 11-7 at the NYU Invitational to open the season, recording perfect 3-0 ledgers against Columbia and St. John's ... tallied a 5-5 record at the St. John's Challenge, posting a perfect 3-0 record against Columbia ... totaled an 18-12 finish at the Northwestern Duals, recording perfect 3-0 wins versus Detroit and Cleveland State ... led the Irish at the Notre Dame Duals, going 24-1 and clinching victories over Lawrence and Michigan, while also posting perfect 3-0 wins against Lawrence, Northwestern, Michigan State, Illinois, Chicago, Cleveland State and Indiana ... took 18th, behind teammate Andrew Seroff, at the Midwest Conference Championships after defeating Wisconsin's Gavin Bailey in the round of 64 (15-7) ... earned the silver medal at the NCAA Midwest Regionals, losing to Ohio State's Igor Tolkachev, 15-5, in the final ... took 12th at the NCAA Championships with a record of 12-11 in round robin play, while also earning third team All-America recognition ... dubbed winner of the Yves Auriol Award.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Finished the regular season with a 24-16 record ... had nine wins at the NCAA Championships to place 18th ... opened his season by going 5-3 at the Northwestern Duals ... posted perfect 2-0 records against North Carolina and Johns Hopkins ... finished 6-3 at the Duke Duals ... clinched Notre Dame's 14-13 win over tenth-ranked Duke at the Duke Duals with a come-from-behind, sudden death win over Jonathan Parker (5-4) ... recorded his 50th career win at the Duke Duals ... went 7-4 at the Notre Dame Duals ... made a run to the quarterfinals in the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships to earn second-team All-Conference honors ... entered direct elimination at that tournament tied for the fourth seed to earn a bye into the round of 64, in which he defeated Luke Schweiterman of Xavier, 15-3 ... then he knocked off Michigan's Marvin Lowenthal, 15-4, in the round of 32 and Michigan's Bill Kolodzey, 15-9, in the round of 16 ... knocked out by Wayne State's Slava Zingerman in a close bout, 15-12, in the quarterfinals ... had a strong showing for the Irish at the NCAA Midwest Regional, finishing fifth ... after losing to Ohio State's Jason Pryor in the first match in the final eight, rallied off two wins to take fifth ... in the fifth-place bout, downed teammate Brent Kelly in a closely contested match that went down to the wire, 15-14 ... went 9-14 at the NCAA Championships to place 18th.
AS A FRESHMAN: Finished the year 38-19 ... second-place finisher at the NCAA Midwest Regionals ... went 3-3 in the opening rounds of the regionals ... had direct-elimination wins over Notre Dame teammate Andrew Seroff (15-9) and Ohio State's Jason Pryor (15-11) ... beat Pryor (15-12) in the quarterfinals before going on to defeat Notre Dame teammate Greg Howard (15-10) in the semifinals ... ended his season with a 15-8 loss to teammate Karol Kostka in the finals ... also finished third at the Penn State Open ... finished 7-3 at the Notre Dame Duals ... went 12-5 at the NYU Duals ... finished 7-0 in Sunday competition at the Penn State Duals.
PREP & PERSONAL: Fenced four years for a club team while in high school ... team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior ... coached by Alexander Maximovich ... finished all four years in the national rankings ... full name is Gregory Jordan Schoolcraft ... born August 19, 1989 in San Jose, Calif. ... son of Hal and Heidi Schoolcraft ... has one sister, Allyson ... graduated from the College of Engineering with a degree in aerospace engineering.
Schoolcraft's Career Record