The Women of Troy excelled in light and shifty conditions to finish 2nd overall in the 2017 Women's PCC's! The team of Grace Yakutis, Melissa Schem, Sarah Alexander, and Hope Modugno sailed hard, securing 2nd place at the end of the weekend. Meanwhile, the team of Lorea Mendiguren and Caroline Gay finished 10th overall in a strong showing
The Trojans had a great time competing in the UCSD Frosh-Soph Regatta and the UCSD Open last weeken, with the team finishing 2nd and 3rd in both regattas! We'd like to thank all the parents and alumni who came out to support us and host us for the weekend! Fight
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
The first major regatta is in the books for the USC Trojans, as they finished 4th in the 2017 PCCSC Match Racing Championships. The team of Paul Chyz, Sarah Alexander, Will Paulsen, and Peter Wong won 4 of their matches to finish 4th overall! Thanks to Stanford for hosting the regatta and congratulations on winning
Starting off right by winning the PCCSC Match Race Championships in San Diego and our JV Team undefeatable Fall Semester! Finishing up with The Women of Troy easily qualifying for the ICSA Nationals. Let’s wish them well as we send them to Charleston for Nationals, Click above to donate!
This years PCCSC Coed Conference Championship has been the toughest to qualify for Nationals in the last few years. Needing to place 4th to qualify we unfortunately placed one place out in 5th. A much different format was used during this regatta as the depth of the waters around the
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
Strong wind and current at St. Francis Yacht Club made for a tiring first day of the North Designate Regatta. However the Trojans held strong and finished off the first day in 2nd. The team continues to sail well on the second day, finishing the regatta in 4th overall.
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
Starting off the regatta with a DSQ the team did nothing but fight each race to continuously moving up the fleet and up the rankings, with scores on par with the top of the fleet. Unfortunately there were no races on Sunday as the top of the fleet was real close.