|High School:||Academy for Math, Science, and Engineering|
|Major:||Chemistry and Math|
2018-2019: Finished the sophomore season with a 48-29 record overall...kicked off the season with a 12-5 finish at the LIU Post Invitational...went on to score 10-6 at the Vassar Invitational with a 3-0 win against Haverford...scored 14-4 at the Northeast Fencing Conference Meet #1...helped the Blue achieve 17-10 and 19-8 wins against Tufts and Brandeis...finished 12-5 at the Northeast Fencing Conference Meet #3, defeating Smith and Boston University with 3-0 scores...finished 32nd place at the NCAA Northeast Regional.
2017-2018: As a first-year, went 42-30 overall...posted a 13-2 finish to open the season at the LIU Invitational on November 5...went 9-7 at the Vassar Invitational on November 12 with 2-0 wins against CCNY and Wagner...finished 6-9 at the Northeast Fencing Conference at Brown on November 18...contributed to Wellesley’s 19-8 victory against Sacred Heart with a 3-0 finish...went 2-1 against Tufts on December 5...finished with a 10-4 record at the Northeast Fencing Conference Meet #3 at Smith on February 10...posted a perfect 3-0 finish against Vassar on February 10...tied for third place at the NEIFC Championships on February 24...placed 33rd at the NCAA Northeast Regional on March 11.
Before Wellesley: Attended the Academy for Math, Science and Engineering... graduated in 2017... a National AP Scholar and member of National, Math, Science, and Social Studies Honor Societies… fenced at Morris Fencing Club and Premier Fencing Club... four letter varsity fencer for Morris Hills High School and captain during her junior and senior years…three time NJAC All-Conference first team, NJAC All- Academic team, and NJ State individual qualifier…placed first in Morris County and NJ District I Individual Championships.
Personal: Daughter of Chin Hu and Cheng-Chung Tsao... the only child in the family… born in Durham, NC and lives in Succasunna, NJ…besides fencing, she also plays the oboe and piano... chose Wellesley because of the strong academics and the chance to fence in college.