“Ocean County College has also announced that we will no longer be competing with our Men’s and Women’s Swim Programs…
Updated: with comments from Darton Athletic Director Michael Kiefer. Darton State College, a Junior College and member of the NJCAA,…
NCAA DI Championships Analysis: Comparing The Cutoff Times Over The Last Few Years, Updated To Include 2009
22 of 26 individual events were faster this season than they were during the 2013-2014 NCAA DI season.
On night three of the NJCAA (junior college) National Championships Indian River continued their winning ways taking home wins in every single event contested that night.
Stefan Stojmenovic and Rebecca Halfast each won two individual events as Indian River State College swept all 13 events on day 3 of the NJCAA (Junior College) National Championships.
MCC’s Miler breaks up Indian River sweep, but IRSC’s Caraballo breaks record on night 2 of JuCo Nationals
Monroe Community College broke up a perfect event sweep for Indian River on night 2 of the NJCAA (Junior College) National Championships, but Indian River did take down a national record.
The first day of the 2015 NJCAA Championships featured the 400 medley relay and 800 freestyle relay for both the…
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America has announced its 2014 Scholar All-America teams in each division, with the women of Division III Luther College and Division II LIU-Post putting up the highest overall GPA.
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Saint Augustine fly/back specialist Nicholas Loomis has signed with Indian River State College for the 2015-16 season.
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.
Bryce Timonera of Indian River State College, defending NJCAA national champions for the last 40 seasons, will use the rest…
Kyle Hendricks and the men of Texas A&M improved to 3-1 on the year after a victory at Indian River State College, the NJCAA national champions 40 years in a row. The FIU women beat the Indian River women to improve to 3-0.
Brenton Sayers, an American River College transfer from Antelope, California, has made a verbal commitment to join the UNLV Rebels in the fall of 2015.
Junior College national record-holder Stefan Stojmenovic of Indian River State College has verbally committed to swim for Florida State next season.