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Fencing Pronounces 2022-23 Schedule – College of North Carolina Athletics – UNC Athletics


CHAPEL HILL – Highlighted by a house occasion in mid February, the North Carolina fencing program and head coach Matt Jednak have introduced its schedule for the 2022-23 season. Particular person competitions will happen within the fall, with staff twin meets and championships within the spring.

The Tar Heel Invitational will happen on Sunday, Feb. 12, the primary regular-season dwelling bout in Chapel Hill since 2010. 

Carolina begins particular person competitors on the October North American Cup on October 7-10 in Minneapolis, Minn. UNC Carolina will then journey to Philadelphia twice within the fall for the Temple Open and the Elite Invitational Duals. The 2022 Temple Open would be the sixteenth time within the final 17 years that this system has participated within the competitors.

The Tar Heels can even head west for the Western Invitational in Colorado Springs, Colo. 

When the calendar flips to 2023, staff competitors begins on the Penn State Duels on January 15 in College Park, Pa. The month of January additionally contains the Temple Duals on Jan. 20 and the Penn Duals on Jan. 21 in Philadelphia.

Carolina shall be on the Northwestern Duals Nov. 4-5 in Evanston, In poor health. 

Submit season begins with the ACC Championships on February 25-26 in Chestnut Hill, Mass. NCAA Regionals are slated for March 11 and the NCAA Championships in Durham, N.C. on March 23-26.

2022/23 Season Schedule

Oct. 7-10 – October North American Cup (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Oct. 29-30 – Temple Open

Nov. 5-6 – Western Invitational (Hosted by Air Drive)

Nov. 19-20 – Elite Invitational Duals (Hosted by Penn)

Jan. 6-9 – January North American Cup (Louisville, Ky.)

Jan. 15 – Penn State Duals

Jan. 20 – Temple Duals

Jan. 21 – Penn Duals

Feb. 4-5 – Northwestern Duals

Feb. 12 – Tar Heel Invitational

Feb. 17-20 – Junior Olympics (Denver, Colo.)

Feb. 25-26 – ACC Championships (Chestnut Hill, Mass.)

March 11 – NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regionals

March 23-26 – NCAA Championships (Durham, N.C.)

April 21-24 – USFA Division One Nationals


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