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,
The Trojans hosted the PCCSC Singe-Handed Championship off the coast of Long Beach October 22nd & 23rd, with Lauren Lopez '20 representing USC in the Women's Division. The wind the first day was very light, but the fleet managed to sail many races with Lopez consistently finishing in the top 4
Wind conditions at this years Stoney Burke were quite peculiar. Winds not only switching between zero to eighteen knots of breeze multiple times during a single leg, but also on which side the pressure came down on. It was not uncommon for the lead boat to fall back as 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
The USC Team took their home regatta as we hosted 30 teams here in LB. Full scores can be found here. Saturday, April 9: Grey and rainy but still near 70 degrees. Shifting breezes from South to North East 4 to 8 knots until dying during race 4b just before 4:30pm. We
The USC Team will be hosting the 2016 PCCSC South Designate on April 9-10th at the U.S. Sailing Center. Click here for the NOR and Sailing Instructions.