Courtney, a Greater Cleveland native came into the event seeded number two, she struggled a little in the pools where she split her bouts 3-3, finishing 2nd in her pool and 37th overall.

Courtney Dumas Division 1A Women's Epee Champion

Courtney's first direct elimination bout was against Alissa, Hofmann where she defeated her 15-5.
In the round of 32, Courtney fenced and defeated Vivian, Rand 15-7.
To get in top eight, she defeated Alexandria, Micek 15-9
To medal and enter in top 4 she fenced Jennifer Horowitz and won the bout 15-8.
In the semi-finals, Coutney fenced Mason, Speta and won the bout 15-8.
For the Gold & USA National title she fenced Sofya, Tkachman. After the first period Courtney was up 5-2, 11-8 in the second and won the bout in the 3rd and final period 15-11

Courtney had a great 2013 fencing season, as a sophomore at Northwestern University she finished ninth in women's epée at the 2013 NCAA Championships on March 24 and earned an All-America honor.

In May 2013 she competed in her first Senior Épée World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where she was edged 14-15 by USA teammate Lindsay Campbell and finished 77th.

Courtney will be representing the United States at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia next Sunday, July 7th.

Past results:
In the first Div. I North American Cup held in St. Louis, MO for the 2012-2013 season, Courtney medalled finishing 8th.
In October 2012 Courtney placed 10th in the second Div. I North American Cup held in Virginia Beach, VA and won bronze in the Junior Women's Épée.
In the third Div. I North American Cup in Milwaukee, WI held in December 2012 she finished 10th.
In the January 2013 Junior Women's Épée held in Louisville, KY she finished 14.
17th place at the Junior Olympics held in Balitmore, MD in February 2013.
In April 2013 she medalled finishing 7th at the Div I Women's Épée held in Richmond, VA

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