Carrie Reynolds begins her third year as an assistant synchronized swimming coach for the 2018-19 season.
Reynolds is a former head coach of the Jamaican National Synchronized Swimming Team from 2010-2012 and summer 2014 and the North Shore YMCA Selkies located Beverly, Mass. Reynolds began her synchronized swimming career with Cambridge Synchro as an athlete and went on to swim at the collegiate level for National Champions, Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo. Reynolds later coached at Cambridge Synchro and then the YMCA of the North Shore Selkies for four years, leading them to their highest rankings in the program's 20-year existence.
Reynolds enjoys working on choreography and has achieved success with her original routines and music interpretation. Some of her career highlights include helping Selkies athletes earn top all-time ranking including the NESSA South High Point Trophy from 2012-2015, third place overall (NESSA North and South) High Point Trophy in 2015-2016, leading the first Selkies squad to qualify and place at U.S. Nationals, First U.S. Junior Olympics (formerly Age Group Nationals) Finals placement and placing two athletes in the 2013 USA Synchro All-Star Camp at the Colorado Springs US Olympic Training Center.
She also was the co-head coach of U.S. National Gold Medal combo for New England Synchro, placed all Age Group members of club team on Jamaican National Team, earned the Top Coach award in 2010 and 2011 (Jamaica International Synchronized Swimming Championships) and led the Jamaican National Team at the 2014 UANA Pan American Synchronized Swimming Games.