Megan Eno

Mar 15, 2018Leaving the Nest

We are extremely proud of our graduating fencers, and will be introducing them over the next several weeks. If you see them, wish them well in their future endeavors!

NWFC: Megan Eno

Megan Eno

In 2008, I watched Mariel Zagunis win a gold medal in the Beijing Olympics and told my parents that I wanted to be a fencer. My dad told me that he was not going to drive me up to Portland three to four days a week to fence. I was online a few months later and found out that Salem had its own salle and started fencing foil and epee at Salem Classical Fencing. For the last three years, I have been training in Beaverton with Cody and the NWFC family. I have been fortunate enough to earn several national medals and travel to some international competitions, but I am most thankful for the exceptional coaches and friends I have made through the sport. I look forward to fencing for Cornell University next year and continuing the NWFC legacy.

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