Kasia Nixon ’20, Maia Chamberlain ’20, Joey Daniels ’20

Kasia Nixon ’20
Princeton Fencing


KASIA NIXON ’20 won the women’s epee title at the NCAA Fencing Championships March 23, defeating Veronika Zuikova of St. John’s in the final, 15–13. It was Nixon’s first NCAA appearance. She won 17 of 23 bouts in the round-robin competition to advance to the semifinals, where she scored a 15–7 win against Harvard’s Cindy Gao. 

Maia Chamberlain ’20
Princeton Fencing


MAIA CHAMBERLAIN ’20 won the women’s saber title at the NCAA Fencing Championships, defeating Penn State’s Zara Moss in the final, 15–11. Paired with Nixon’s epee victory, it was the first time that Princeton won two NCAA individual titles in the same year. Chamberlain, a semifinalist in 2017, said she drew inspiration from her teammate’s win. “It was more motivation for me to do the same,” she told GoPrincetonTigers.com. “If she could do it, I could do it too.” 

Joey Daniels ’20
Photo: Beverly Schaefer


JOEY DANIELS ’20 won the 110-meter hurdles in a Princeton-record 13.88 seconds at the University of North Florida Spring Break Invitational March 23. A three-time national youth champion in Canada, Daniels won the 110-meter hurdles title at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships as a freshman. His previous best in the event was 14.16 seconds, at the NCAA Regionals last May.