Business name : Arizona State Sailing Team

Started in the Spring of 2003 by Jack Oppenhuizen and Jake Geller, the ASU Sailing Club is dedicated to the development of young sailors as well as giving disabled sailors an opportunity to get on the water and participate in the sport they love.  They sail Club FJs and a Martin 16.  Many of the sailors are US Sailing Small Boat instructors.  They began competing in the Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference (PCCSC) in the Summer of 2007 and the club is now a Regular Member of the conference.

Jack Oppenhuizen and Jake Geller originally founded the ASU Sailing Club in the spring semester of 2003. Oppenhuizen is the executive director of Voyages Unbound, a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop personal leadership skills and team building skills through the sport of sailing for everyone regardless of ability. Voyages Unbound is the basis for the mission of the ASU Sailing Club, except that the ASU Sailing Club is specifically for the ASU community. At that time, the ASU Sailing Club was the ASU branch of Voyages Unbound. The ASU Sailing Club was completely managed and financed by this larger organization. Voyages Unbound had 11 sailboats, including two adapted boats for sailors with disabilities.