South Carroll Swim Club coach Ashley Towle would rather forget about the 2014 through 2016 seasons.
Who can blame her?
"We only won one meet," Towle recalled with a laugh.
But, she considers the 2017 summer campaign a roaring success — the Serpents just won more.
"We won three meets," Towle said of the dual-meet triumphs over Waugh Chapel of Anne Arundel County and Howard County's North St. John's and Forest Hill. "And we lost one of our other meets to Padonia by two points. We have never come close to beating them."
Tomsuden, who has been swimming for South Carroll for 10 years and also competes for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, captured a title in the girls 15-and-over division in the 50-meter butterfly (30:44) and 100 fly (1:00.12).
"She is a fantastic swimmer and excels in everything she swims in," Towle said. "She pretty much won everything she swam in this year except for a few exceptions here and there."
Hunter Little (15-over, 100 individual medley, 1:04.78), Zach Smith (15-over, 100 free, 56:63), Caroline Murphy (6-and-under, 25 backstroke, 29:19) and Paige Lilley (15-over, 50 back, 36.05) also won championships.
Yet the result of the second-place 13-14 girls 200 relay team of Maddy McDaniels, Kate Helminiak, Ariana Isayiw and Mia Mesceda from the 200 free relay team jumped out Towle a bit more.
The group set a South Carroll pool record (1:58.22).