Join the Athletics Booster Club

The Carmel Catholic Athletic Booster Club is dedicated to the promotion of the athletic programs at Carmel Catholic High School. Through volunteerism, fundraising, and planned giving, the student-athletes of Carmel Catholic are advantaged by the generosity of the Athletic Booster Club membership, who serve to support and inspire the Corsair athletic community.

Purchase Game Tickets Online

Single-game ticket sales for all Carmel Catholic regular-season home games have moved exclusively online—cash will no longer be accepted—which will help to deliver a more efficient, safe, and fan-friendly event experience.

Boys Tennis Competes at State

Congratulations to Jack Gallagher '21 and Miles Whalen '23 on their run through the state tennis finals tournament going 4-2 over 2 days/6 rounds. CJ Axente '23 finished his first varsity year with a strong 2-2 showing in the state singles finals.

Student Athletes of the Year Announced

Congratulations to our Senior Athletes of the Year! State Champion Lyndsey Basara, for her accomplishments in gymnastics and soccer, and Jalen Burton for his tremendous contributions in football, basketball and track.

Coach Gandolfi Earns 600th Victory

Carmel Catholic’s head baseball coach Chuck Gandolfi earned his 600th coaching victory when the Corsairs beat St. Pat’s on Monday, May 3. Although Coach Gandolfi has coached at other places during his coaching career, most of his coaching victories have come as the head coach here at Carmel. Congratulations to Coach Gandolfi on this great accomplishment!

Nate Brill Named New Carmel Catholic Athletic Director

Carmel Catholic High School has named Nate Brill as its new athletic director, replacing Mark Pos, who announced his retirement earlier this spring. As associate director for admissions and an assistant football coach at Carmel since 2020, Brill brings nearly two decades of experience in public, private, and nonprofit educational systems.

Eight More Student-Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

On April 16, eight student-athletes signed their national letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level, bringing the total number of Corsairs who have signed a letter this school year to 14.
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