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Alexander Massialas
Position: Men's Foil
Other Position: Men's Foil
Height: 6'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: Drew School
Major: Mechanical Engineering
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2015 (Junior)
• NCAA Champion in men's foil for the second time (2013)
• First Team All-American
• Claimed a third medal in as many years at Nationals
• Defeated Ariel DeSmet (Notre Dame) and Nobuo Bravo (Penn State) in the knockout stages of the NCAA Championship en route to the title
• Finished nationals having lost just one of 25 bouts
• Became the fourth Cardinal fencer to win multimple national championships joining Nick Bravin (1990, 1992, 1993 men's foil), Felicia Zimmerman (1998, 1999 women's foil), and Felix Reichling (1999, 2000 men's foil)
• Went 20-1 at the Northwestern Duals, his only regular season appearance, leading Stanford to a 9-2 overall record

• Team USA member for the seventh consecutive season in 2015
• Led Team USA to a gold medal at the Pan American Championships in Santiago, Chile
• Also won an individual silver medal at the Pan American Championships
• Won a team gold medal at the Paris Grand Prix as well as and individual bronze medal
• Claimed a silver medal at the Havana Grand Prix in March, 2015
• Finished the 2015 season as the 6th-ranked men's foil fencer in the world
• Finished 13th in the individual and fourth in the team competitions at the 2012 London Olympics 
• 2011 Pan-American Games individual and team champion 
• Won his first world cup event in Seoul, South Korea in April, 2014
• Earned a bronze medal at the 2014 Tokyo Grand Prix in May, 2014
• Won silver at the Pan American Championships in San Jose, Costa Rica in June, 2014
• Second-place individual and first-place team finish at the 2012 Pan-American Zonal Tournament 
• Third-place finishes in the Paris Senior World Cup and  Seoul Senior World Cup in 2012
• Helped lead Team USA to a bronze medal at the 2014 Challenge International de Paris
• Earned a bronze medal in the team competition at the Cidade da Coruña in La Coruña, Spain

• Won gold in the Division I men’s foil at the 2013 November North American Cup, posting a perfect 13-0 record at the event
• Claimed a silver medal at the 2013 December North American Cup, losing in the finals to the No. 3 seed after he had defeated the No. 4 seed Miles Chamley-Watson in the semifinals

2014 (Sophomore)
• First Team All-American
• Bronze medal at the NCAA Championships
• NCAA West Regional Champion
• Tallied a 54-6 record on the season
• Won 20 of his 23 bouts in pool play at the NCAA Championships before losing in the semifinals, 15-9, to David Willette of Penn State
• Won his first nine bouts on the year
• Closed out the season with eight straight victories
• Captured his second straight regional title with a 15-8 win over Alex Chiang of Air Force, going 12-0 at the tournament
• Defeated Jeffrey Chan, 15-4, in the regional championship semifinals
• Allowed just 14 touches in 10 bouts during the pool round of the regional
• Guided the foil group to a 4-0 record at the Western Invitational with wins in all nine of his matches
• Did not allow a touch in his first four matches and only five total touches in his nine contests to start the year
• Went 13-2 at the Northwestern Duals, but did not compete on the second day

2013 (Freshman)
• NCAA Champion in men’s foil
• First-team All-American
• Compiled a 50-8 record
• Won the NCAA West Regional in his first season

High School
• A 2012 graduate of Drew School in San Francisco, Calif. 
• Competed for the Massialas Foundation under Gregory Massialas and Dean Hinton

• Son of Gregory Massialas and Chwan-Hui Chen 
• Has a sister, Sabrina
• Majoring in mechanical engineering