3/5 Men and Women's Fencing Conference Championship

Men and Women's Fencing competes in the Conference Championship on March 5th.

AS A JUNIOR: Completed the 2009-10 season with a 24-13 record as the 2010 team captain ... took tenth at the NCAA Midwest Regionals ... began the season going 3-3 at the NYU Invitational, clinching a win over Columbia ... went 2-4 at the St. John's Challenge ... recorded an 8-4 finish at the Northwestern Duals, posting a perfect 2-0 record against San Diego ... tallied an 11-2 record at the Notre Dame Duals, nabbing 2-0 wins versus Cleveland State and Purdue and clinching the win for the Irish over Cleveland State ... took 17th place at the NCAA Midwest Conference Championships, falling in the round of 32 to Ohio State's Dylan Walrond 15-13 ... honored with the Steve Donlon Men's Epee Leadership Award.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Finished the regular season with a 20-15 record ... opened his season at the NYU Invitational, finishing 8-7 ... posted perfect 3-0 records against Yale and Stevens Tech at the NYU Invitational ... went 5-5 at the Northwestern Duals ... finished 1-2 at the Duke Duals ... posted a 6-1 record at the Notre Dame Duals ... earned his 50th career victory at the Notre Dame Duals ... advanced to the round of 32 at the Midwest Conference Championships with a win over Iowa's Nicholas Beatty, 15-4, in the round of 64.

AS A FRESHMAN: NCAA Midwest Regionals seventh-place finisher ... posted a 34-5 (.872) record in regular season bouts ... had the fourth-highest win total on the men's epee team (third-highest among 2008-09 returnees) ... posted a 15-2 record at the Notre Dame Duals, helping the Irish to a dominating 75-15 record in epee at the event ... at NCAA Regionals, posted a 1-5 record in pool play, with his one win coming over Ohio State's Jason Pryor to get the 11th seed in direct elimination ... fell to Irish teammate Greg Schoolcraft in first elimination bout, 15-9 ... came back in the repechage with a 15-4 win over Wayne State's Joe Fresard and a 15-14 win over fourth-seeded Mykhalyo Mazur of Ohio State ... defeated by Irish teammate Greg Howard in the quarterfinal bout, 15-8 ... ended his run at regionals with a win over Ohio State's Bishara Korkor to finish in seventh.

PREP & PERSONAL: Trained with Northern Colorado Fencers (coached by Gary Copeland) while in high school ... placed 58th in 171-fencer field at Jr. World Cup in Bratislava, Slovakia (Oct. '06)... fenced at Jr. World Cup in Louisville, Ky., in 2004 ... competed at international junior-level/U-20 event in Catania, Italy (44th; Dec. '05), also fencing at cadet/U-17 tournaments in Montreal (27th; Jan. '06) and Budapest (103rd; Oct. '05) ... fenced at Canadian circuit event in Montreal (Oct. '04), placing 57th overall (20th U-20; 7th U-17) ... his 2006-07 USFA events included North American Cups in Richmond, Va. (44th overall, of 211; Dec.) and Columbus, Ohio (66th/250; Jan.), plus the annual Jr. Olympics (40th/228; Feb.) and Summer Nationals (Miami) - where he was member of third-place U-20 team and part of 10th-place team overall (also 59th in U-20 individual bouts) ... his 2005-06 results: 25th overall (23rd U-20) at Albuquerque N.A.C. (Nov.); 103rd of 199 at Pittsburgh N.A.C. (Dec.); 59th/215 (19th U-20) at Houston N.A.C. (Jan.); 24th/234 in U-20s at Jr. Olympics (Hartford, Conn.; Feb.; also 68th in U-17s); and 19th in U-20s at '06 Summer Nationals (Atlanta), where he also was member of winning team in overall men's epee (6th for U-20 team) ... his 2004-05 bouts: 20th in U-20s at N.A.C. in Overland Park, Kan.; 15th in U-17s (58th U-20s) at Jr. Olympics (Arlington, Texas); sixth in d-2 event at Denver N.A.C.; and another overall team title at Summer Nationals (Sacramento, Calif.; third in U-17 individual) ... fenced at three 2003-04 events: N.A.C. in Overland Park, Kan. (third in Y-14 event), Atlanta N.A.C. (fifth Y-14) and '04 Summer Nationals (Charlotte, N.C.), where he placed 10th in U-16, 11th in Y-14, 11th in d-3 and 23rd in d-2 ... had pair of matching fifth-place finishes at 2002-03 N.A.C.'s in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and Overland Park ... runner-up at 2005 Colorado Youth Tournament (sixth at '05 Colorado Cup) ... won U-16 event at 2004 Colorado J.O.'s qualifier (fifth in U-20s) ... placed 15th in open competition at 2004 Rocky Mountain Sectional (5th U-19s) ... won Y-12 event at 2002 Pacific Coast Championship and was season-point champion for 2002 Bay City Circuit in California (Y-12) ... accomplished jazz-band saxophonist whose musical talents include playing piano, drums and guitar ... performed with Boulder Jazz in Norway and Germany (during 2007) ... award-winning photographer and member of student radio/TV production at Boulder High School ... born July 10, 1989, in San Jose, Calif. ... son of Nicholas and Karen Seroff ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a music major.

Seroff's Career Record

Year W L Pct. NCAA Finish
2008 34 5 .872 --
2009 20 15 .840 --
2010 24 13 .764 --
Career 78 33 .703 --

Andrew Seroff
Andrew  Seroff


Boulder, CO

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Height / Weight:
6-3 / 150



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