Women's Rowing

    Vineta Moca
    Vineta  Moca


    Tukuma Nov, Latvia

    High School:
    Murjanu Sport Gymnasium





    Women of Troy Earn Pac-12 All-Academic Honors

    The USC women's rowing team had three players on the 2014 Pac-12 All-Academic First Team


    Women of Troy Take 10th at NCAA Championships

    The USC women's rowing team completed the 2014 season with its sixth consecutive NCAA appearance


    Women of Troy Set for Sunday NCAA Finals

    The Trojans' varsity four earned a spot in the grand final with each of USC's eights in petite finals


    USC Walks Three Boats Into NCAA Championship Semifinals

    The Women of Troy put all three of their boats into A/B semifinals after the first day of races in Indianapolis


    Bilimoria, Moca, and Turner Receive CRCA Scholar-Athlete Recognition

    Three Women of Troy earned distinction as 2014 CRCA National Scholar-Athletes

    Returning CRCA All-American Vineta Moca enters her third year with the Trojans as a port-side rower.

    In her sophomore season, Moca was named to the CRCA/Pocock All-America Second Team. She was also selected as a CRCA National Scholar-Athlete and received Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honors. Moca held the stroke seat in the varsity eight boat all season and helped the Trojans capture a second straight Jessop-Whittier Cup title at the San Diego Crew Classic, and dual wins against Michigan State, Notre Dame, Princeton, and Yale. Moca was also in USC's top eight boat that finished second at the Pac-12 Championships--fifth place as a team--and in third place at the NCAA Championships; sixth place as a team.

    As a freshman, Moca rose through the ranks to claim the stroke seat in the second varsity eight boat. She helped her boat to a third-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships (third as a team) and a sixth-place finish in the NCAA's second varsity eight grand final (fifth place as a team). Moca also contributed to a pair of dual wins over Clemson and UCLA.

    Moca rowed for the Latvian Junior National Team from 2008-09 where her crew finished in 16th place at the Junior World Rowing Championship in 2009. In 2010, she rowed for the Latvian U23 National Team and helped her crew secure eighth place at the U23 World Rowing Championship and raced at the Latvian National Championships where her boat placed first in the fours, pairs, and the coxless fours. In 2011, Moca's national team boat earned 13th place at the World Rowing Championships. She also took home first-place finishes in the pairs and the fours at the Latvian National Championships and a gold medal at the Baltic Championships. Moca rowed for the Majori Rowing Club.

    Vineta Moca was born on Jan. 31, 1991, in Tukums, Latvia... parents are Rudite and Dainis Moca... undeclared major.