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Jane Littmann, Ph.D.

Title: Adjunct Professor
Department: Physical Activities Program
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Resources: Curriculum Vitae [pdf]
Jane Littman, Ph.D.


Jane is a practicing clinical psychologist and retired professor in the University of South Carolina School of Medicine's Department of Clinical Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science.  Her sports achievements and honors include:

  • Elected to Heisman Hall of Honor, Oberlin College (2016)
    news article or Hall of Honor Entry
  • Four time individual Gold Medalist at U. S. National Fencing Championships
  • Gold Medal, Women’s Epee Team, 1999 U.S. Summer National Championships
  • Member of United States National Fencing Team (1988-92)
  • Member of United States World Fencing Teams (1988 and 1990)
  • Winner of North American Circuit Trophy (Most points, Women's Epee, North American Circuit) (1986 and 1990)
  • Awarded first Women's "A" national rating in Epee ever given in U. S. (1980)
  • Appointed to the Support Staff for the international officials at the XXIII Olympic Games, Los Angeles, 1984
  • Coordinator of Pre-Olympic Fencing Activities, SC Division, USFA, 1995-96. 
  • Chair, Southeast Section, USFA, 1995-97, and Member, Board of Directors, United States Fencing Association
  • Coach, Gold and Silver medalists, North American Cup, Divisions II and III; Under 17 Gold Medalist, Women's Epee, North American Cup; several Gold Medalists, State Championships
  • Referee, Modern Pentathlon World Championships, Atlanta 1995 & World Cup, Charlotte 2012  
  • Referee for USA Fencing at North American Cups and regional tournaments  
  • Elected to the South Carolina Fencing Hall of Fame, November, 2000
  • Included in the Museum of American Fencing



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