USC Women's Rowing news

  1. USC Rowers Earn Academic Honors
    The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) announced its 2017 NCAA Division I National Scholar-Athletes. Senior Kaelyn Ibold, juniors Chloe Chrysikopouos and Ida Gørtz Jacobsen and sophomore Kete Koovit were each named CRCA National Scholar-Athletes for their outstanding performance in the classroom.
  2. Ida Gørtz Jacobsen Named to Women's Rowing All-Conference Team
    USC women’s rowing junior Ida Gørtz Jacobsen was named to the Pac-12 All-Conference Team on Wednesday, June 7. She represents the 42nd women’s rowing all-conference selection awarded to the Women of Troy.
  3. Zenon Babraj Resigns As USC Women's Rowing Head Coach/Director Of Rowing
    USC women’s rowing head coach and director of rowing Zenon Babraj announced today (May 17) that he has resigned after 15 seasons (2003-17) at Troy.
  4. USC Women's Rowing Places Fifth at Pac-12 Championships
    The 15th ranked USC women's rowing team placed fifth in the final team standings at the 2017 Pac-12 Rowing Championship at the Sacramento State Aquatic center at Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif. on Sunday (May 14). The Women of Troy finished third in the Varsity 4+, seventh in the second Varsity 8+ and fifth in the Varsity 8+.
  5. USC Women's Rowing Travels North in Pursuit of a Pac-12 Title
    The No. 15 USC women's rowing team travels north to Gold River, Calif. to compete in the Pac-12 Rowing Championships on May 14 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center at Lake Natoma.