Daniel Levine
Daniel Levine
Height: 5-9
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Succasunna, N.J.
High School: Academy for Math, Science, and Engineering
Position: Foil
Major: Chemistry and Mathematics

2011-12: Overall record: 40-20...NFC record: 19-5...captain...NFC second team all-star...placed ninth at the New England Championship (2/25)...was 12th at The Big One (11/5)...finished 21st at the NCAA Northeast Regional (3/11)...swept Boston University, went 2-1 versus Brandeis, and picked up a win against Sacred Heart at the first NFC event of the season (11/19)...registered 2-1 ledgers versus Yale, St. John's, UNC, and Brown at the Brandeis Invitational (12/4)...blanked Tufts, Dartmouth, and Vassar while defeating Boston College and Brown by 2-1 margins at another NFC competition (1/28)...swept Hunter, notched 2-1 decisions against Penn, Johns Hopkins, and NYU in addition to picking up a win over Haverford at the Eric Sollee Invitational (2/4)...posted 1-2 marks versus BC, Brandeis, and Harvard at the Beanpot Invitational (2/14).

2010-11: Overall record: 38-31...NFC record: 22-8...NFC second team all-star...finished sixth at The Big One (11/6)...was fourth at the New England Championship (2/27)...ranked 28th at the NCAA Northeast Regional (3/13)...swept New Hampshire, Boston University, and UMass in addition to defeating Sacred Heart, 2-1, at an NFC competition (11/20)...edged out Brown and Haverford by 2-1 margins en route to a 6-6 outing at the Brandeis Invitational (12/5)...posted 3-0 decisions against Tufts and Dartmouth in addition to 2-1 performances versus Brown and Vassar at an NFC competition (1/22)...took all three bouts against Yeshiva and tacked on wins over NYU, Duke, and Hunter at the Eric Sollee Invitational (2/6)...defeated Brandeis twice to go along with a victory over Boston College at the Beanpot (2/16).

Off the Fencing Strip at MIT: Majoring in chemistry and mathematics with a minor in biology and a concentration in linguistics...conducted research in the MIT lab of R.R. Schrock in organometallic chemistry of olefin metathesis...studied silica surface chemistry of gold complexes in the lab of Christophe Coperet at ENS-Lyon...CRC Freshman Chemistry Award...Chemistry Sophomore Achievement Award...ACS Analytical Chemistry Award...S. Klein Prize for Technical Writing...dorm treasurer for two years...member at-large of Musical Theater Guild...treasurer of MIT Quiz Bowl.

High School: A 2008 graduate of the Academy for Math, Science, and Engineering.

Personal: Son of Howard and Judith Levine.