SWIMMING AND DIVING
IRSC Women’s Swimming and Diving 2014-2015 season outlook.
The Indian River State College Women’s Swimming and Diving team begins their quest to defend their 2014 National Title. This year’s team will be led by a strong contingent of sophomores including the reigning female NJCAA co-swimmer of the year and national record holder, Barbara Caraballo, from Puerto Rico, and the 2014 NJCAA diver of the year, Ashley Wright, from Fort Pierce, Florida. Other sophomores looking to make a big splash this season are Florida natives, Rebecca Halfast from St. Petersburg and Kaitlyn Yearout from Ocala. The Lady Pioneers incoming freshmen have a contingency expected to replace all gaps caused by graduation. At the forefront are Malaysian, Christina Loh, South African Tayla Lovemore, Leah Sims from Orlando and Olivia Jacobi from Acworth, Georgia.
IRSC Men’s Swimming and Diving 2014-2015 season outlook.
The 2014 NJCAA Champions, Indian River State College Men’s Swimming and Diving looks to defend their title and compete for their 41st National Championship during the 2014-2015 season. Leading the team is returning sophomore and 100 Backstroke national record holder, Stefan Stojmenovic, from Sweden. School record holder in the 200 Breast, Shota Nakano, from Hershey, Pennsylvania will also add big points throughout the dual meet and championship seasons. Quinn Poti from Orlando, Adam Wise from Ocala and diver Zack Duvall from Fort Walton Beach are other returning team members that should provide a big punch for the program. Incoming freshman looking to make their mark are Craig Emslie from South Africa, Rawley Davis from Indianapolis, Indiana and Florida natives, Daniel Hartley from Jensen Beach, Matt Neilson from Fort Myers.