Women's Swimming & Diving

Indian River S&D splits with Tampa

Indian River State College

Release courtesy of Sion Brinn, Indian River State College

FT. PIERCE, Fla. (January 8, 2016) - The Indian River State College men's and women's swimming and diving teams continued their season with an away meet against in-state rival University of Tampa.

Indian River State's women put up a great performance in beating their rivals with a score of 154 – 108 and winning nine of the 14 events contested.

Top performances came from Christina Loh in the 100 and 200 breaststroke, and the 200 IM. Additionally, she was part of the winning 200 medley relay with teammates Tayla Lovemore, Yasmine Ware, and Osianna McReed. Lovemore would also turn in wins in both the 100 backstoroke and 100 freestyle  events, and join McReed, Leah Sims, and Ware in the winning 400 free relay. McReed was also the winner in the 50 freestyle, while Ware took the victory in the 100 butterfly.

On the men's side, Indian River State was unable to match the Spartan men, losing the meet with a score of 107.5 – 154.5.

The River did, however, come away with wins in the 200 medley realy (Jairo Emer, Craig Emslie, Nick Loomis, and Gavin Erdmann), 100 breaststroke (Joel Hansson), 200 backstroke (Jairo Emer), and 200 breaststroke (Matt Ankerholz).