2010-11: Posted a 59-26 record on the year ... Was the only member of the men's squad to win ten or more bouts at five different events ... Went 12-11 to finish 12th at the NCAA Championships, earning All-American honors in the process ... Won the Div. 1 North American Cup in Dallas, Texas ... Went 11-4 at the St. John's Invitational ... Captured the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship by going 10-2.
2009-10: Posted a 72-37 record on the year ... Started off the season with a solid 21-6 record through his first three events ... Earned All-American status at the NCAA Championships with a 15-8 record and a fifth place finish ... Finished seventh in the NCAA Northeast Regionals with a 16-7 record ... Went 7-2 at the Div. 1 NAC in Pittsburgh, Pa. to place 22nd.
2008-09: Posted an 8-12 finish at the St. John's Invitational ... placed second in the men's epee at the NCAA Northeast Regional with 47 points ... won 7 bouts at the NCAA Championships to finish 21st in the nation.
Before St. John's: Has competed with the Empire United Fencing team and the New York Athletic Club fencing squad ... Placed second in the 2008 Summer nationals with the NYAC Junior team ... placed 25th at the 2006 Junior World Cup in Montreal, Canada ... finished third at the 2008 Junior North American Cup in Dallas, Texas ... placed sixth at the 2006 Cadet NAC in Tennessee.
Personal: Most thrilling moment in his athletic career was making the top-eight at the 2011 World University Games in Shenzhen, China ... Most influential person in his athletic career is his fencing coach at Empire United Fencing, Alexey Cheremsky ... Favorite quote is: "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, than you'll succeed" ... Majoring in Sports Management ... Parents are Ernest and Angela Vomero ... Has one older sister, Ashley, one older brother, Vincent, and one younger sister, Olivia.