Division and Club News
From Mid South Fencers Club: The Bull City RYC has officially been rescheduled. This event will now share the same weekend with our annual Ryder Cup RJCC on October 27-28. Thank you USA Fencing for helping to facilitate this change due to Hurricane Florence. Be safe everyone!
North Carolina Fencing Clubs are beginning to post their Sanctioned and Unsanctioned events on Askfred. Start marking your calendars! [ North Carolina Fencing Events ]
The Division has announced the approved sanctioned tournament schedule for August-December 2018. Please download the PDF calendar at https://goo.gl/8FZCDz
The Division now has mailing lists to get North Carolina Division Fencing news. Please subscribe to the mailing lists at http://www.ncfencing.org/mailing-lists/
Coaches and clubs, August 1, 2018 is the deadline to submit your request for sanctioned tournament dates. Please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Division has new officers and a new chair (Kathy Walters). We’d like to hear some of your questions, comments, concerns and suggestions as we head into the new tournament season. You can submit your input online at: https://goo.gl/forms/3b3vfICmWphr7hOx2 You can also post on the North Carolina Division Facebook Page, which can generate discussion, and […]
North Carolina Fencers are competing at Summer Nationals at St. Louis! Good luck and we’ll be watching for results online! Make sure you tag your Instagram pictures with #ncfencing! Bring back some hardware! The 2018 USA Fencing National Championships and July Challenge could be the largest fencing event in history with more than 5,000 fencers […]
The registration deadline for the United States Fencing Coaches Association Annual Coaches Academy at Las Vegas has been extended. There is a growing excitement for this event, contact Jeff Kallio at Mid South Fencers Club if you have any questions. Jeff Kallio at Mid South Fencers Club: http://midsouthfencersclub.org/ 919-286-3100 US Fencing Coaches Association Annual Coaches […]
Instead of creating a whole new Instagram account, which would also make it difficult to collate photos from different clubs and different people, you can follow the #ncfencing hashtag instead! NC Fencers and NC Fencing Clubs, tag your photos with #ncfencing Follow #ncfencing at: https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/ncfencing/ How do I follow a hashtag? You can follow hashtags […]
As you can see, the NC Fencing Division website is taking shape. We’d like your feedback on what you’d like to see on the website.