Staff - Team Touche'
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Tedd Padgitt is the proud owner and operator of the finest fencing studio in San Diego: the Team Touché Fencing Center in Sorrento Valley.

Fencing varsity NCAA at Johns Hopkins University, he lead the foil team as MACFA conference champion three years running.

Arizona has been fencing for six years and for most of that time, she’s competed at a high level.

Coach Eduard was first introduced to fencing at 8 years old but had been exposed to fencing from the day he was born.

Joanne started fencing with Coach Tedd at the age of 11 as one of the first students at the newly created Team Touché Fencing Center.

Alexander was born in city Baku, Azerbaijan. He started fencing at the young age of 12 and became Master of Sport at age 17. As a naturally born competitor, he joined the Junior and Cadet National Team. At 18, he joined senior National Team.

In 2008, Megan won gold at the UCSD Bladerunner competition, earning herself a B-rating (she went on to place Top 8 at Bladerunner in 2013 and 2014)

Sean started fencing in Idaho at the age of 8.

Clinton Vuong graduated from UC San Diego in 2013 with a degree in Economics. His aspirations in business led him to Team Touché.

Adelle Driker is currently a student at UC San Diego, majoring in Applied Mathematics.

Scott Farrell, an accomplished historical interpreter and author on various topics of knights, medieval history and chivalry.

Brandon is a new graduate from UCSD with a degree in Economics.