The USC Sailing Team endured some unusually light conditions up in the Bay area this weekend as they raced in the Stoney Burke Interconference. Fortunately, the team prevailed to finish 1st in the Varsity Division, with the Women of Troy coming in a close second! The JV Division also rallied
Racing out of Mission Bay Yacht Club with some interesting morning breeze that held light and south that slowly picked up and switched westward. The team finished 3rd overall with A division tied but finishing in 2nd, having us easily qualify for the Nationals at The College of Charleston. Go get
With abnormal conditions USC still managed to successfully defend at Home, racing inside in the turning basin right outside ABYC with current and a SSE breeze. There were 6 teams really vying for the top at the start at the regatta and took half the regatta to see that number
Having Anteater hop onto the calendar real close to its actual date and also conflicting with a Harbor Cup practice, it was a little of a scramble to pull together. However that did not stop USC from claiming both the top spots with our Junior Varsity team 1st and Varsity
Pete Wenner Memorial Invitational Regatta is always an excitement for the team. Let alone getting a chance to sail in Hawaii, but also a good chance to sail in some good breeze. Unfortunately only having one day of racing due to the fact there was 25 knotts with sporadic puffs
Challenging conditions with one race the first day and squeezing in races at the second day to finish the regatta. Results posted here.
Zero breeze to start off the first day turned into some breeze for a long day out on the water. Plenty of pictures, take a look!
Santa Barbara delivered a whole range of conditions for the USC Sailing Team this weekend, as they competed in the 2016 Fall Pacific Coast Championships,
Women PCC's dealt with on and off light winds and rain. Great effort put in by our Ladies and coming out with a Fifth. Boats provided by Stanford allowed our teams to race one day in the FJ and the other in the Z420. 420
The Frosh Soph Regatta was a great introduction into college sailing and racing. I was able to get a feel for the college racing format by racing against other sailors new to the division. Mission Bay in San Diego was a terrific venue and provided very manageable, consistent breeze throughout the
The Trojans went to San Diego the weekend of October 1-2nd for the PCCSC Match Race Championship regatta. Matt Hecht, Peter Wong, Melissa Schem, and Paul Chyz competed for the Trojans against other prominent PCC teams including Stanford, UCSB, and Hawaii. The USC team secured a hard fought 1st place finish and