USC Women's Rowing news

  1. Women of Troy Sign Eleven
    USC women's rowing head coach, Zenon Babraj, announced today the signing of 11 young women to the team. The majority of this group of student-athletes will arrive at Troy in the fall of 2017, while two will join the team beginning in the spring semester. They will all make an immediate impact for the Trojans.
  2. The Women of Troy Tackle the San Diego Fall Classic
    Over the weekend, the Women of Troy traveled to San Diego to compete in the San Diego Fall Classic in Mission Bay -- Crown Point where they proved to be the strongest competitors on the water. The Trojans placed first and second in the Women's Open 4+ event with times of 0:18:29 (Boat A) and 0:18:36 (Boat B), respectively.
  3. USC Women's Rowing To Compete In San Diego Fall Classic
    USC women’s rowing will make their way to San Diego this weekend to compete in the San Diego Fall Classic in Mission Bay – Crown Point.
  4. Women of Troy Prove Strong at Head of the American
    USC's women's rowing team had a strong day of racing as they competed against many of the Western region schools in the Head of the American Regatta in Gold River, Calif. over the weekend. Races were conducted on a five-kilometer course in a time trial format with staggered starts. For complete times and results, see below.
  5. USC Women’s Rowing Takes on the Head of the American
    The USC women’s rowing team will travel to Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif. to compete in the 2016 Head of the American Regatta, this weekend. The event, which takes place on Saturday, Oct. 30, draws some of the best rowing programs on the West Coast.