Penn State Fencing promotes Adam Kaszubowski to associate head coach


UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania. – Coach Nittany Lion Adam Kaszubowski was promoted to Associate Head Coach of the Penn State Men’s and Women’s Fencing Programs, Head Coach Wes Glon announcement. Kaszubowski has been an assistant coach at Penn State since 2019.

Kaszubowski is in his fourth year as an assistant coach at Penn State. He also served as interim head coach at the start of the 2021-22 season. Born in Poland, he obtained his master’s degree in physical education with a specialization in fencing at the Academy of Physical Education in Gdansk.

Kaszubowski has been involved in fencing for over 30 years, first as an athlete, then as a coach and referee. As a member of the Polish national men’s foil team, he participated in many national and international competitions. He was an individual bronze medalist and a team gold medalist at the 1994 Polish Cadet Championships, as well as a team silver medalist at the 1996 and 1997 Polish Junior Championships.

After his tenure with the Polish national team, Kaszubowski served as the head coach of the Egyptian men’s and women’s foil teams from 2013 to 2016. Apart from qualifying for the Rio 2016 Olympics, his team also achieved success at the African Championships: 1st place in Algiers 2016, Cairo 2015, Cairo 2014 and Cape Town 2013.

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