The All-American Fencing Academy is offering an Advanced Competitor Camp for our fencers (and perhaps some visitors!) Coach Gerhard has invited UNC Assistant Coach Zoe Loh to lead an Advanced Competitor Camp.
We need a minimum of 5 fencers to make the camp a go. The camp is open to all ages and specifically for fencers that are actively competing and would like a weekend camp to improve their skills.
The camp will include on and off strip strategies, understanding bout dynamics and how to better engage your opponent, and tactics. Coach Zoe will also be including a variety of bladework drills that include focuses on speed, second intention, and more! Footwork drills will also have focus on developing speed, form, and structure.
Date: July 12-14, 2019
Time: 1-4PM (Immediately after Coach Gerhard’s Beginners Camp)
If you are interested and plan on participating, let Coach Gerhard know immediately (email: email@example.com, text: 910-644-0137, or Facebook message our page. I’d like to get a definite 5 participants by June 30th, then I’ll open the online registration.
ABOUT THE COACH:
Zoe Loh is an Assistant Coach for UNC Fencing. She’s a two-tme NCAA Champion and three-time Atlantic Coast Conference Champion as a foilist at Notre Dame.
While at Notre Dame, she posted a top 8 result in a Junior World Cup and as a sophomore had a 41-2 (.953) regular-season record, the 11th best single season win percentage in program history. She went undefeated during the team competition at the 2016 ACC Championship and finished fourth in individual foil competition, behind three teammates. A three-time All-ACC Academic selection, she graduated in 2018 with a B.S. in chemistry.
During her high school years, Loh took silver at the Canadian National Championships and bronze at the Canada Selection Cup. She was also twice named a Quest for Gold recipient. As a sophomore she competed at Pan-American Championships and Cadet World Championships. In her junior season, she placed in top 32 in the Division I North American Cup (NAC). She has also competed in the Canadian Summer Games and Ontario Summer games.
She is pursuing a PhD at Duke in the Department of Pathology.