About Indy Synchro
The earlier Indy Synchro was Indiana's first Synchronized Swimming club formed in 1984 and was registered as the Indianapolis Synchronetttes. Since 1985, the team quickly developed from beginner level programs to nationally ranked Age Group programs. The team has regularly had members placing in the finals at National events as well as had swimmers qualifying for the US National teams. In 1992, the team adopted the shortened name of Indy Synchro.
Shooting Stars Synchro began as a summer recreational program in 2001 sponsored by Stony Creek Swim Center in Noblesville, IN. By the summer's end, the team had held its first competition and grown to 17 swimmers with 5 coaches. The second season nearly doubled the team's size and the 12-13 teams had developed such talent that they qualified for the Esynchro US Age Group National Championships, which became a regular, annual event for the next 6 years. By 2007, Shooting Stars Synchro was the largest synchronized swim team in Indiana.