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NCAA Woman of the Year candidate Lia Thomas.

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An attempt by Lia Thomas to win the NCAA Woman of the Year was unsuccessful, and an Ivy League fencer was chosen.

As a result, the Ivy League has chosen Columbia fencer Lia Thomas as its nominee for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year award.

Sylvie Binder, a fencer at Columbia University, was named the Ivy League’s choice for the 2022 Woman of the Year award by the NCAA on Monday.

“Beating Lia Thomas.”

Beating out transsexual swimmer Lia Thomas, the national champion from the University of Pennsylvania.

Binder, a senior from Armonk, New York, was one of eight athletes from the Ivy League to be nominated for this accolade earlier this month.

Her total record is 17-6, which includes a second-place finish in the Northeast Regional and a third-place finish at the NCAA Women’s Foil Championships in 2019.

Aside from that, she was awarded the 2022 Women’s Connie S. Maniatty Award as Columbia’s finest senior student-athlete.

In the end, Binder beat over many other athletes, including Thomas, whose candidacy in mid-July generated a dispute about her status as a transgender woman.

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