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Who We Are
The Cal Poly Sailing team is a competitive Club Sport team at Cal Poly. The team competes in regattas sanctioned by the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association of North America, specifically the Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference. We race against schools from up and down the West Coast, and practice at Morro Bay Yacht Club.
The sailing team is one of the oldest club sports teams at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Founded in the 1960's, the team has always been a student run organization. As a club team, we primarily exist through fundraising and committed members. Morro Bay Yacht Club has been extremely supportive throughout our existence. They provide facilities for practice, regattas, and storage as well as logistical advice. Within the last several years, we've partnered with Morro Bay Yacht Club to make an unprecedented upgrade to our fleet including 10 new FJ's and new sails! Then in April of 2018, we placed 3rd and 4th in Pacific Coast Conference Championships for coed and team racing in Oahu, Hawaii. For the first time in the team's 50 year history, we qualified for and competed in the College Sailing National Championships in Norfolk, Virginia!
Looking forward, we're looking into coaching, competing in more out of area events, getting into match racing, and of course, making it back to nationals.
Meet the Officers
The team is entirely student run in collaboration with the Cal Poly Club Sports Office. Scroll through to meet our 2019-2020 leadership board!
Alyson is a fourth year student from El Cerrito, California. She's been sailing almost her whole life, about 14 years.
Jack is a third year student from Vashon Island, Washington. He has been competitively sailing for 13 years.
Bella is a second year student from Los Angeles, California. She has been sailing since her first year of college.
Liam is a fourth year student from Bellingham, Washington. He has been sailing since he was five years old.
Ellie is a second year student from Denver, Colorado. She has been sailing since freshman year of college.
Peyton is a second year student from Bellingham, Washington. She has been competitively sailing for most of her life.
Sara is a third year student from Santa Cruz, California. She has been sailing since her first year of college.
Kai is a second year student from Maui, Hawaii. He has been sailing for around 9 years.
Mitchell is a third year student from Whidbey Island, Washington. He has been competitively sailing for 12 years.
Corey is a second year student from San Mateo, California. He has been sailing for 3 years