How Little-Known OCC Rowing Team Will Shock the World During the Nationals

The orange coast college is known for many good sporting teams, and one of such things include their rowing team. The OCC rowing team might not be known on a national level, but their performance is nothing short of legendary. Attending one of their training sessions will attest to their skill and dedication, and it is clear that they are bringing nothing but the best come to the national competitions. Learn more:


The teammates work in synch, making sure that they are giving nothing but their very best when it comes to steering the 60-foot needle-shaped carbon fiber boats through Newport Harbor at an average speed of 25 miles an hour. Their teamwork is incredible, their sheer will to win and coordination is out of this world.


Orange Coast College, which was founded in 1947, occupies a 164-acre patch of land in Costa Mesa is considered as one of the best community colleges in the united states. It not only has some of the best technical education programs around but also has the facilities to back it up. It’s no wonder it boasts the enrollment of well over 25,000 students each semester.


Apart from its amazing sporting cultures, OCC also has well over 135 academic and career programs, giving the students the opportunity of becoming whatever they want and being well equipped in whatever it is that they get the chance to do. Students also have the option of transferring to other private colleges and universities if the need arises.


The Nationals will be held at Lake Lanier, Ga, and the team is more than ready to put up a show that will most certainly shock the entire world. The team’s assistant coach, Mr. Steve Morris, is confident that his team is going to shock the rowing world.


“If they are off even by a hair, it disrupts the rhythm.” He was quoted saying.

And that explains why they take practice very seriously to ensure that they are working towards synchrony and power hence increasing their chances of winning. And at this point, all we can do is wish them nothing but the best come the nationals. Learn more: