For UCSD, the Pacific Coast Collegiate Championships (PCCC) is an annual sailing regatta which draws only the most qualified skippers and crews from Universities all along the west coast… and ASU. UCSD Tritons arrived at the lodging a day before to ensure the best possible showing to show our triton pride. Conveniently the sun rose on the first morning at 0633, but some of our best and brightest were already hard at work preparing for the day ahead. Knowing that we had places to be, at 0700 our helmsman and helmswoman ensured that all sailors were aboard for our first stop: breakfast. So be it. The commodores said it was good and so it was. After fueling up, we arrived at Santa Barbara Yacht Club (SBYC), and rigged our exquisite craft which, in this humble sailors eyes, were the best in the fleet. Needing to get into the water before first warning, we launched quickly and efficiently. Not to this sailors surprise, Triton sailing did better than expected and on average better than previous years. Fleets came and went over the day, switching out on the beach with NASCAR style speed. One day of hard roll tacks and even harder roll gybes down, one to go. Right onto dinner we went, as we were famished and exhausted. Dictated by custom, we sent a coach boat out to the local Costco to acquire proper supplies for a good old fashioned American Barbecue. The burgers, cooked by our very own Julien and Taitana, were exquisite. Night ended at 0634 the following day, but due to some incredible foresight and boat pre-rigging, we were able to sleep until 0700. The second day went just as the first. Individual sailors, like our fleet manager Nicholas Dorn, was much better with the performances on Sunday compared to Saturday. After the completion of races and hearing of all protests, we loaded our boats and headed back down to beautiful La Jolla. Our best showing for varsity was twelfth out of twenty-one boats, and seventh out of twenty-four for junior varsity.