Founded in 1992, the Northeast Fencing Conference's mission is to support intercollegiate fencing in and around New England. The league organizes a round-robin schedule of dual meet competitions for the fencing programs at all member institutions. The member institutions are a mix of both NCAA varsity programs and student-organized club programs.

2019-2020 Schedule

  • SATURDAY Jan. 25, 2020 at Boston College. 
    • BC, Brandeis, Brown, Dartmouth, MIT, Tufts, Vassar. 
      • Drew University will join as special guests.
    • Venue: Flynn Athletic Complex
    • Meet score sheets are online here.

Conference Contact Information
The members of the executive board of the NFC for 2019-2020 are:
  • R.J. Ferullo (UMass)
  • Bruce Gillman (Vassar College)
  • Jarek Koniusz (MIT)
  • Scott Tundermann (Smith College)

info@nfcfencing.org

*** We received a new EIN number in the summer of 2019 ***
*** Please make sure that this information is updated with your institution ***
EIN: 84-3142360

New Structure for the Northeast Fencing Conference

At the spring 2019 annual meeting, the Conference coaches and captains voted to adopt a new structure for the leadership of the conference. The position of Commissioner will be replaced with an executive board, effective immediately.

The group email list for the board is info@nfcfencing.org.

The members of the board for 2019-2020 are:
  • R.J. Ferullo (UMass)
  • Bruce Gillman (Vassar College)
  • Jarek Koniusz (MIT)
  • Scott Tundermann (Smith College)
During the transition, out-going commissioner, Taro Yamashita, may still be reached at commissioner@nfcfencing.org.

Gender Policy for the Northeast Fencing Conference

A student transitioning from female to male may elect to fence on a school's men's squad, given they have not already competed on a women's squad during the current Northeast Fencing Conference season. The student may continue to fence for a women's squad if they have not begun hormone treatment. 

A student transitioning from male to female must complete one calendar year of hormone treatment before the start of the Northeast Fencing Conference season in order to compete on a women's squad that season.

The season shall be considered to start on the date of the Northeast Fencing Conference #1 Date , and shall be considered concluded after the date of the Northeast Fencing Conference #3 date of the same academic year.

This policy is based on that of the 2011 NCAA Inclusion of Transgender Student Athletes publication. (https://www.ncaa.org/sites/default/files/Transgender_Handbook_2011_Final.pdf)