An outstanding basketball player, Carol Seymour was a three year letter winner for the Indians and lead them to a 2nd place finish in the 1986 State Basketball Tournament. During her career for Indianola High School she netted 1,898 points and had a scoring average of 31.98 points per game. Two times she was named to the 1st Team All Central Iowa Conference team and received 2nd Team honors during her sophomore season. In addition, she was named to the McDonald’s All-Tournament Team three times during her career. But it was on the softball diamond where Carol received most of her recognition. A five year letter winner for the Indians, she finished her career with a batting average of .336. In addition, she had 13 homeruns, 36 doubles, 15 triples, and 89 runs batted in. Following the completion of her senior season, she was elected 2nd team All-State and was selected to play in the 1987 All-Star game as a shortstop. In addition, she was selected All-Central Iowa Conference three times during her career. Following graduation from Indianola, she continued her playing career at Iowa State University and was the third basemen for the Cyclones for two seasons. An outstanding all-around athlete, Carol lettered for both the Indian volleyball and track teams. During her freshmen track season, she won the Conference 200 Meter Dash in a time of 26.6 and was a Drake Relays participant. A 1991 graduate of Iowa State University, she is currently self-employed and owns a graphic design and computer consulting company. Carol currently lives in Clive, Iowa with her husband, Dirk Westercamp, and children, Ann Marie (6), Drew (3), and Mary Beth (4 months).