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IRSC Competes Against Keiser and Florida Tech

IRSC Competes Against Keiser and Florida Tech

At the recently concluded double dual meet with Keiser University and Florida Institute of Technology, freshman diver Alexandra Andueza set a new NJCAA National Record in the women's 3m event with a score of 302.03. The previous record was held by IRSC's 2023 Diver of the Year, Madison Price, who set the record at the 2023 NJCAA Championships.

Andueza also went on to win the 1m event, while on the men's side of competition, Rocco Simonelli won both the 1m and 3m events.

In swimming competition, the IRSC women won 11 of the 14 events contested. Leading the way for the River was Sara Safranko with 3 individual event wins in the 50 and 100 free, and the 100 IM. She was also a member of the 800 Medley relay with teammates Nika Tomic, Ana Villamil, and Sophia Diaz. Other event winners were Sophia Diaz (50 and 100 Fly), Ana Villamil (50 and 100 Breast), Paola Gonzalez (1000 Free), and Ane Meier (200 Free). The women also won the final event, 200 free relay with Maja Przybylska, Villamil, Meier, and Sarah Gonzalez.

On the men's side, IRSC swimmers also won 11 swimming events taking the 800 medley relay (Gabriel Moralez, Kito Campbell, Anderson Brown, and Owen McLaughlin), and the 200 free relay (Riccardo Pandin, Thomas Ferguson, Felipe Costa, Josh Parry).

In individual events, wins came from Billy Johnson (1000 and 500 free), Felipe Costa (50 and 100 Back), Owen McLaughlin (100 fly and 100 IM), Riccardo Pandin (50 free), and Josh Parry (100 free and 50 fly).

Men Scores 

IRSC 171 – Keiser 91

IRSC 198 – FIT 63