Indian River JuCo national record-holder Stefan Stojmenovic commits to Florida State

Junior College national record-holder Stefan Stojmenovic of Indian River State College has verbally committed to swim for Florida State next season.

Stojmenovic will move to FSU from Indian River State College, which is the top junior college team in the nation right now, also based out of Florida.

Stojmenovic won a NJCAA national title in the 50 free last year and was also second in the 100 fly and 100 back. He went even faster and broke the NJCAA 100 back record while leading off Indian River’s winning 400 medley relay in 47.81.

Stojmenovic’s Top Times

  • 50 free: 20.59
  • 100 free: 44.91
  • 100 back: 47.81
  • 100 fly: 48.42

Stojmenovic is Serbian, but is from Sweden, and will return to help Indian River try to defend its national title this season before jumping into NCAA competition with Florida State for the 2015-2016 season and beyond.

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Alec Scott
6 years ago

Top class guy with a top class work ethic and attitude. Florida State will be lucky to have him.

Stefan Stojmenovic
6 years ago

Correction: I am Serbian but from Sweden.

6 years ago

Stefan is an all around athlete. Great grab for FSU. We will see big things in the next few years.

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