Munster High School
|Munster High School|
|Member of SO since|
|Best regional||1st, 2020 (Most Recent Time)|
|Best state||1st, 2013-2015, 2017|
|Best nationals||6th, 2015|
Munster High School is a Division C team from northwest Indiana that qualified for the National Tournament for the first time in its history in 2013 by placing 1st in the Indiana State Tournament. Their program has grown tremendously in recent years.
Munster High School went to the Palatine Invitational, Raymond Park Invitational, Northridge Invitational, and UMSO Invitational in the 2020 season, with the highest scoring of their teams placing 7th, 2nd, 1st and 7th respectively.
In the 2019 season, Munster attended the Palatine Invitational, Lake Central Invitational, and the UMSO Invitational, with the highest scoring of their teams placing 6th, 1st and 4th. They finished 2nd at the 2019 Indiana state tournament, 2 points behind the state champion.
In the 2015 season, they placed 1st in the Iolani online tournament, beating many national top ten contenders include the defending national champion.
In the past Munster has not been the strongest competitor at its state tournament, but in recent years, after winning their state for the first time in history, they have shown potential and grown, placing within the top 20 at nationals in the first two years that they have attended and top 10 (6th) in 2015.
In 2016, Munster High School placed 2nd at the state competition behind Carmel High School by 7 points, after losing many top seniors from the previous year. The following year they regained their state championship while setting a new state record with a score of 59.
2013 Palatine Pirates Invite at Palatine High School, IL
3rd place overall varsity
3rd place overall junior varsity
Best Team Spirit Award
2014 Northridge Invitational at Northridge High School, IN
Red team 1st place overall
White team 4th place overall