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Turner Caldwell
Position: Men's Foil
Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: International High School
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Won a bronze medal at the 2013 December North American Cup, winning nine of 10 matches before losing in the semifinals … competed in the 2013 November North American Cup, placing 21st out of 193 participants and notching an 8-1 record.

2014 (Senior)
Did not compete in 2014.
2013 (Junior)
Placed 11th in men’s foil at the NCAA Championships … honorable mention All-American … compiled a 42-19 record … won 11 bouts at the NCAA Championships … notched a 9-2 record to take second place at the NCAA West Regional … went 17-4 at the Northwest Duals … began the season with five wins in his first six matches at the Western Invitational … helped lead the team to a 10-3 record in team duals.

2012 (Sophomore)
Second-place finish at the NCAA Championships and NCAA Western Regional Tournament champion in foil ... NCAA All-American.

2011 (Freshman)
Compiled a 34-3 record ... placed seventh at 2010 NCAA Championships ... second-team All-American ... claimed second place at the NCAA West Regional … won 2011 Junior Nationals in Reno, Nev.

High School
Attended International (San Francisco) High School ... the 2010 National Junior Champion at Summer Nationals in Atlanta, Ga....Seventh place at 2010 Senior Nationals for the men's foil in Atlanta, Ga....placed second in the 2010 Senior Men's Team Foil at Summer Nationals in Atlanta, Ga....placed 12th at the 2010 Junior Men's Foil World Championship in Luxembourg...2009 National Champion, Cadets - NAC in St. Louis, Mo. ... Top 8 in 2009 Cadets, NAC in Columbus, Ohio...placed top 16 in Division I, Louisville, Kent....placed top 16 in Cadets in Cabries, France... placed top 8 at the 2009 Junior Olympics in Albuquerque, N.M....First place finisher at the 2009 D-I Men's Foil Team.

Son of David Caldwell and Chloe Soroquere ... mechanical engineering major … enjoys playing tennis, basketball, golf and snowboarding...participates each summer in the 48-hour Film Festival in San Francisco and San Jose, winning the San Jose Film Festival in 2010.