- 2016 ACC Championship Women’s Foil Fourth Place
AS A SOPHOMORE: Posted a 41-2 (.953) regular-season record, the 11th-best single-season win percentage in program history (all weapons), and seventh-best single-season foil win percentage … posted a fourth-place finish at the ACC women’s foil championship behind three Irish teammates … went a perfect 9-0 during team competition at ACCs to help the Irish claim their second straight conference title … began the season with a fifth-place finish at the Penn State Open … went 2-0 at the Penn Elite Invitational … turned in a 17-1 record at the DeCicco Duals … went 13-1 at the Northwestern Duals … earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Competed sparingly for the Irish, garnering a 21-3 record her first season ... won two bouts at the Ohio State Elite Cup ... went 0-1 and 3-2 at St. John's and NYU Invitationals ... had best record of any women's foilist at DeCicco Duals, posting a perfect 16-0 record ... at Ohio State, bested North Carolina's Wynton Wong 5-0 and Gabrielle D'Astoli 5-3 ... suffered a 5-3 loss at St. John's to Marta Hausman, but rebounded the following day at the NYU Invitational to beat Yale's Lauren Miller and Meghan Murphy 5-1, in addition to St. John's Jackie Mazzone 5-2 ... at DeCicco Duals, bested Sarah Mok (5-2) and Morgan Ashcraft (5-0) of Cleveland State, Marie Deschuytter (5-2) and Amber Jackson (5-1) of Wayne State, Kali Thibault (5-2) and Rebecca Albrecht (5-2) of Lawrence, McKenna Brohl (5-0) of Detroit, Jenna Mennen (5-0) of Wisconsin, Elyse Horak (5-0) and Trisha Patel (5-0) of Michigan State and Jinny Jung (5-1) and Carolyn Grant (5-0) of Michigan to remain undefeated.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Born in Hangzhou, China, to parents Richard and Claudina Loh ... has traversed the world, living in multiple places and competing in numerous events with the Toronto Fencing Club in Toronto, Ontario ... as a freshman took silver at the Canadian National Championships and bronze at the Canada Selection Cup ... twice was named a quest for gold recipient in scholarship competition ... as a sophomore competed at Pan-American Championships and Cadet World Championships ... in junior season, placed in top 32 in Division I North American Cup (NAC) ... competed in Canadian Summer Games and Ontario Summer games ... skipped her senior year and graduated early after having attended both The Woodlands (Texas) and East Chapel Hill (North Carolina) ... served as an assistant coach for high school team that won North Carolina State Championships ... volunteered with the Caring is Sharing Center and Habitat for Humanity ... has one sister, Chelsea ... enrolled in the college of science, majoring in biochemistry.
Loh's Career Record