Between 1952 and 1968 Musichuk won 18 epee championships, including divisional, Ohio, Midwest, Canadian Heroes and national Polish Falcons titles. In all he won 50 medals and fenced on teams which finished third nationally in 1957 and second in 1958. Also served as chairman of the Northern Ohio Division of the Amateur Fencers League of America for three years.
A graduate of Shaker Heights High, Steve Trevor went on to become a three-time NCAA Fencing All-American at Columbia University. He earned berths on the 1984 and 1988 U.S, Olympic teams, placing 17th overall in the 1988 epee competition. Earlier he won berths on the 1981 and 1983 U.S. World Junior Team, placing 8th in world epee competition in 1983 and was also the 1983 U.S. National Junior Olympic Champion in both foil and epee.
William Reith learned to fence quickly and well at Fenn College in the mid-60’s, winning the All-Ohio epee title and finishing fourth in the Midwest Championships as a junior and going 41-7 as a senior. He continued in Open competition after graduation and competed on U.S. World Championship teams in 1974, 1975 and 1977 and as a member of the 1975 gold medal winning USA Pan-American Games epee team. He won the title of U.S. Fencing Masters national Senior Olympics Epee Champion. A successful coach, he developed fellow Hall of Fame inductees Steve Trevor and Jon Normile and now coaches the Cleveland State men’s and women’s fencing teams.
One of Greater Cleveland’s most accomplished fencing products, Jon Normile competed in epee for the U.S. Olympic Team in 1992 in Barcelona and was an alternate on the 1988 and 1996 teams. He was U.S. National Epee Champion in 1988 and 1991, National Junior Olympic Epee Champion in 1987 and at Columbus University in 1988. In addition, he won the silver medal in the 1991 Pan- American Games and was the 1996 silver medalist in the U.S. National Fencing Championships. A native of Berea, he is a graduate of Berea High School.
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