Add three more fencers to the list of Americans set to represent the U.S. at the Tokyo Olympics.

Andrew Mackiewicz, Dagmara Wozniak and Francesca Russo have all clinched Olympic berths after mathematically securing their spots among the top four American fencers in their discipline.

Mackiewicz, 25, will be making his Olympic debut in Japan. The Penn State product is set to fill the third slot on Team USA's men's individual sabre team alongside Daryl Homer and Eli Dershwitz.

After helping the United States win a bronze medal in women's team sabre at the Rio Games, Wozniak is set to make her fourth Olympic appearance. The 32-year-old also competed at the London Olympics, finishing eighth in individual sabre, and served as a replacement at the Beijing Games in 2008. She earned gold at the World Fencing Championships in 2014.

Russo will join Wozniak on the women's sabre team. The Notre Dame product won a pair of NCAA championships (2015 and 2017) and, like Mackiewicz, will be making her Olympic debut.

Wozniak and Russo will compete alongside Eliza Stone and U.S. fencing legend Mariel Zagunis in Tokyo.

The final qualification opportunity for the Olympics will be this weekend's May North American Cup in Richmond, VA.