Carmel Girls Varsity Swimming

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CARMEL WINS 35th STRAIGHT STATE TITLE

  The Girls Swimming & Diving team continues to raise the bar with each passing year. In the middle of a Pandemic, the Greyhounds never lost focus of the daily pursuit of excellence in practice to dominate the state finals in historic fashion. The Hounds scored a state meet record 479 points and set a

Chris Plumb sets new IHSAA Titles Mark

  Girls Swimming Head Coach Chris Plumb set a new IHSAA record at the state meet with his 24th overall championship. The 24 titles include 15 girls titles and 9 boys titles. Plumb broke the previous record he shared with former Carmel cross country and boys track and field coach Chuck Koeppen (23). Coach Plumb

Maggie Love named Mental Attitude Winner

  Senior Swimmer Maggie Love was named the recipient of the IHSAA Mental Attitude Award at the conclusion of the State Meet. Love was a member of two state champion relay teams (200 Medley, 400 Freestyle) at the meet as well as placing 10th in the 100 Freestyle and 6th in the 100 Breaststroke. She

Carmel Swimmers Have #35 On Their Minds

    The girls swimming and diving team stayed on track to defend the state championship for a national record setting 35th consecutive year with a dominating performance at the sectional finals. The Greyhounds cruised to the team championship and advanced all 24 swimmers, 2 divers and 3 relays to the state prelims on Friday,

Girls Swimming & Diving wins #34 in a Row!

Girls Swimming & Diving won their 34th straight state championship with another dominant performance at the IUPUI Natatorium. Carmel piled up 426.5 points, the fourth-most in meet history, overwhelming the rest of the field to easily take another team title. The Greyhounds had at least two participants in every individual event except diving and three in

Girls Swimming & Diving Wins MIC Championship!

Alayna Heyde set a new school record in diving to lead the way for the Greyhounds at the Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference Championship at Carmel High School. Heyde won the event with a score of 491.40, which was 40 points better than the school record she previously held. Carmel won all three relays and captured championships