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Natalie Isberg

Madison Wilson

“It’s hard to sum up fencing in a few sentences. I’ve been fencing since I was ten, and I’ve been on Thundercats since I was a freshman. We’re like a big family. When you have tournaments every single Saturday, crazy things happen. It’s important to be in that team atmosphere because we always include each other and we are all friends, no strings attached. The coaches are one of a kind and always cheer us on. After tournaments, we all hang out. That’s really important because being stuck in a tournament for five or more hours lets you get to know your teammates well. In the end, fencing is a big piece of my life that I would never change,” says sophomore Madison Wilson, commenting back on her 2019-2020 fencing season.

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