Nikola Andjelic, currently a junior at Indiana University with one year of eligibility left in his collegiate swimming career, has announced he will transfer to Miami University in the fall. Andjelic served as one of the captains of the Hoosiers’ men’s swimming and diving team for the 2017-2018 season.
“I chose Miami University because they are a team on the rise. Their university motto is, Love and Honor; and I truly saw that throughout the swimmers and throughout the coaching staff, love for one another and honor for their program and what they’re doing to advance the program to new heights. I cannot wait to see what lies for me at Miami! GO REDHAWKS!”
Andjelic is a breaststroker who came to Bloomington from Nanuet, New York. He went best times in the 100 breast, 200 breast, and 200 IM as a freshman, then lowered the breaststroke PBs as a sophomore. His best LCM times in his top events come from the last 12 months: 2017 Arena Pro Swim Indy, 2017 IU Bucceto Open, and 2018 Arena Pro Swim Atlanta.
Andjelic will join the Redhawks with incoming freshmen Brandon Crist, Nick Wamsley, and Ryan Sego. With the graduation of senior Hutch Blackstone, who won the 200 breast and was runner-up in the 100 breast at 2018 MAC Championships, Andjelic will have rising sophomores Noah Barr and Blake Brockman as training partners. Andjelic would have scored at this year’s conference meet in the A final of the 100 breast and the B final of the 200 breast.
- 100 breast: 54.49
- 200 breast: 2:00.11
- 50 breast: 28.52
- 100 breast: 1:04.03
- 200 breast: 2:20.21
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