Julieta Toledo


Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Hometown Tijuana, Mexico
  • Last School Universidad del Valle de México
  • High School CNAR

Ohio State Career

  • Competed in Olympic Trials in Summer 2021
  • Fenced at 2016 Rio Olympic Games in individual and team sabre for Mexico prior to joining the Buckeyes
  • First Team All-American and MFC champion as a freshman
  • Runner-up at 2020 NCAA Regionals and an NCAA qualifier
  • USFCA All-Academic Team honoree in 2021

Sophomore Season (2020-21)

  • Led sabre squad with 31-5 record
  • Buckeye women were CCFC team co-champions and sabre squad co-champions
  • USFCA All-Academic Team honoree

Freshman Season (2019-20)

  • First Team All-American
  • First Team All-MFC
  • NCAA qualifier
  • First Team Midwest All-Region
  • Placed second at NCAA Regionals
  • Won Midwest Fencing Conference sabre title
  • 45-9 in the regular season, including 11-4 mark at Elite Invitational, 10-2 record at St. John’s Invitational, 9-3 record at Philadelphia Invitational and 15-8 ledger at Northwestern Duals

Prior to Ohio State

  • Fenced at 2016 Rio Olympic Games, placing 34th in individual sabre and part of sabre team that finished seventh
  • 2019 Mexican National Champion
  • Mexican National Team member for six years
  • Silver medalist at 2014 Cadet World Championships
  • Won bronze medal at 2017 Junior Team World event
  • 2017 Junior PanAmerican champion
  • Member of championship team at 2017 Senior PanAmerican Games and won individual senior silver medal
  • Fencing club was Centro de Alto Rendimiento Tijuana


  • Daughter of Ana Ames and Juan Carlos Toledo
  • Has two younger siblings, Maria Ames and Eduardo Toledo
  • Majoring in film studies and wants to become a movie producer
  • Enjoys going to the cinema and writing for future projects