Honors: NCAA Regional Participant (Epee - 2015, 2016) ... All-ACC (Epee - 2016) ... All-ACC Academic (2016) ... ACC Academic Honor Roll (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
2018: Picked up 10 victories during the senior campaign … Added eight wins at the Northwestern Duals … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll for the fourth time.
2017: Capped his junior campaign with an 11th-place finish at the ACC Championships in men’s epee … compiled a 21-27 overall ledger for the season … led the epee squad with 11 victories at the Eric Sollee Invitational … named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll for the second time.
2016: Posted a 30-25 record in men’s epee during his second year in Durham … claimed the silver medal and All-ACC honors in men’s epee at the ACC Championships … also logged a 5-4 mark during the team portion of the conference meet … at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional, finished 26th in men’s epee … opened the year with a 10-5 showing at the Penn State Duals … won eight bouts at the Philadelphia Invitational and six at the Northwestern Duals … named to the All-ACC Academic team.
2015: Finished 20th in men’s epee at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic/South Regional as a freshman … placed 15th at the ACC Championships … ended the season with a 25-28 record … turned in his best performance of the year during the team portion of the ACC Championships with a 7-2 ledger, highlighted by a 3-0 mark against eventual champion Notre Dame … went 8-7 at the Western Invitational to open the season … finished 7-8 at the Philadelphia Invitational … picked up three wins at the Eric Sollee Invitational ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prep: Placed eighth at the 2012 Junior Olympics in Junior Men’s Epee … member of the 2014 USFA All-Academic Team ... four-year member and officer of the National Honor Society ... Valedictorian of Bonneville High School’s graduating class of 2014.
Personal: The son of John and Jennifer Nollner … born Nov. 7, 1995 in Ogden, Utah … has one brother, Dylan … Dylan, a spring of 2014 graduate, fenced at Duke for four years and was a two-time All-American and four-time NCAA qualifier.