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Current Officers

Andrew Roos
Collegiate Committee Member

2013 Collegiate National Championship
Click here for qualification and registration information for the 2013 Collegiate National Championship.

Mission Statement

"The mission of the West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference is to administer, develop and promote collegiate triathlon within California, western Nevada and western Arizona.  The WCCTC shall annually determine team and individual Conference Champions, and shall pursue a leadership role regionally and nationally to foster the growth of collegiate triathlon."

To achieve this the WCCTC shall:

  • Establish membership policy and certify clubs and athletes as members

  • Appoint a Conference Director

  • Facilitate a yearly Conference Championship event

  • Pursue financial support for its mission and its members

  • Foster communication with other collegiate triathlon teams and conferences

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About the WCCTC

The West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference (WCCTC), founded in 2005, is an association of the colleges and universities within the USA Triathlon’s Southwest Region of the United States, which is comprised of the states of California, Nevada and Arizona. The WCCTC is recognized as the governing body for the sport of collegiate triathlon for all schools within California, as well as member schools in the states of Nevada and Arizona. WCCTC management is located in Santa Barbara, CA.

Download the conference constitution here.

Click to view all West Coast club listings.

2013 Collegiate Camp | October 12-14

OCTOBER 12-14 (Columbus Day weekend)
The 5th annual WCCTC / USAT Southwest Region Collegiate Triathlon Camp is the perfect place to enhance your triathlon skills under the supervision of an expert coaching staff. Participants will take part in daily swim, bike and run workouts and transition clinics.  They will receive one-on-one sport specific instruction, as well as lessons in goal setting, the art of balancing school and triathlon training, nutrition (race day and daily) and race strategy for competition.  Emphasis will be placed on developing proper bike handling skills as well as road safety and awareness, open water swim skills, correct running form, efficient swim-to-bike and bike-to-run transitions as well as many other multisport related skills. Draft Legal Triathlon skills and rules will be included. Athletes will also enjoy getting to know their peers in the Conference who share a similar interest and passion for the sport of triathlon.  

Camp is open to ALL levels of interested collegiate triathletes. Each athlete will be evaluated and placed in an appropriate experience group. Athletes applying to the USAT Collegiate Recruitment Program are encouraged to attend for individual evaluation. Information collected may be helpful for advancement within the USAT pipeline. Each athlete is required to bring a bicycle and helmet. A road or TT bike is recommended, but not required. Each athlete should be able to swim 200 meters (open water) comfortably, cycle for 60 minutes and be able to run 15 minutes.  Athletes must have a wetsuit for the swim. Some wetsuits are available to borrow.

Click here to download the registration form and learn more.

Upcoming 2014 Events

Fall 2014 Races

UC San Diego Coveskipper Aquathlon
Sat Oct 25: Coveskipper Aquathlon

UC Los Angeles IronBruin
Sat Nov 8: IronBruin Draft-Legal
Sun Nov 9: IronBruin Classic and Draft-Legal Mixed Team Relay


  Name School
1. Jonathan Doron-Peters Cal 492
2. Bill Jones UCSD 490
3. Jon Waltman UCSB 454
4. Chad Whittington UC Irvine 428
5. Scott Kolofer Cal Poly 344
6. Dan Nguyen UCSD 342
7. Brooks Taylor UCSD 306
8. Thomas Roos Stanford 292
9. Greg Kubitz UCLA 290
10. John Kegelman Stanford 290
Complete standings (PDF).

  Name School Points
1. Gina Horath UCSD 452
2. Vivian Cook UCSB 438
3. Joanna Coker UCSD 408
4. Erika Erickson Cal 394
5. Kristen Bell Stanford 394
6. Jessica Miller Cal 372
7. Sara Bird Stanford 364
8. Katarina LaJeunesse UCSB 362
9. Caitlin Scheder-Bieschin Stanford 350
10. Kristina Egbert UCSB 346
Complete standings (PDF).


School Points
1. Cal 480
2. Stanford 460
3. UCSB 450
4. UCSD 430
5. Cal Poly 340
6. UC Irvine 330
7. UCLA 330
8. Davis 320
9. USC 240
10. CSLUB 200
Complete standings (PDF).