Aramis Rivera

Indian River Men and Women Earn 48th & 41st Consecutive NJCAA Team Titles

Indian River has won their 41st-straight women’s NJCAA title and their 48th-straight men’s title, racking up 1400 points with both teams.


2022 NJCAA Championships: Beckstead-Holman Cracks NJCAA Record with 22.13 50 BK

Indian River has doubled the 2nd-place team in both the men’s and women’s standings following day 2 of the NJCAA Championships.


2022 NJCAA Championships: A Pair of NJCAA Records Fall on Day 1

In the men’s 800 free relay, IRSC broke an NJCAA record that had stood since 2000, swimming a 6:29.76.

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Indian River Men and Women Collect 47th, 39th Straight NJCAA Team Titles

Both Indian River swimming & diving teams pulled out the 2021 wins to successfully defend and add to their impressive streaks.


Aramis Rivera Completes IM Sweep With 50.21 100 On Day 3 Of NJCAA Champs

Indian River swimming Rivera added to his 200 and 400 IM victories earlier on in the meet by swimming to a 50.21 on day 3.

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Indian River Women Sweep All 4 Individual Events On Day 2 Of NJCAA Champs

The Indian River women won 12/12 individual medals up for grabs on night 2 of NJCAA Championships, along with gold in both relays.

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Indian River Men and Women Establish Early Lead At 2021 NJCAA Champs

Among those from Indian River who collected wins on day 1 were Aramis Rivera and Taryn Dailey in the men’s and women’s 200 IM, respectively.