Zach is the Head Coach of the Northwestern Varsity Team. He has been involved in the sport as an athlete, coach, and referee for over 27 years. As Head Coach at Northwestern, he has helped lead the Wildcats to two Conference Championships, two top-8 finishes at NCAA Championships, and 6 All-Americans.
Eric is the Assistant Coach for the Women’s Varsity team at Northwestern. He has been involved with the sport for over 25 years, coaching at all levels from beginning to World Championships. As a club coach, he produced U.S. National medals in all three weapons as well as international medals in Sabre. During his time at Northwestern he has assisted Coach Moss in the continued success of the Women’s Fencing Program.
Paul has been teaching fencing for over 10 years, getting his start in Portland, OR. In 2015 he became the head coach of the Missoula Fencing Association, where he developed the small program to the point it began to produce Region 1 podium finishes and A-rated fencers. He also serves as the Volunteer Coach for the Northwestern Varsity Team and as the Head Coach for Wildcat Fencing Club.
Alisha is a former sabre fencer for Northwestern University, a 3 time-NCAA competitor and an All-American. She has been fencing for over 13 years. Currently, Alisha is the Operations Manager for the Northwestern Varsity Team and coaches at Wildcat Fencing Club. Alisha is pursuing her Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration and Policy at Northwestern.