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Alexander Massialas
Position: Men's Foil
Other Position: Men's Foil
Height: 6'3"
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: Drew School
Major: Undeclared
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International
• 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

National
• 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

Personal
• Son of Gregory Massialas and Chwan-Hui Chen 
• Has a sister, Sabrina
• Major is undeclared

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