About This Year’s Inductees
2015 Green Terror Sports Hall of Fame Inductees
Rebecca A. Arnold ’04, M.S. ’09 was the starting goalkeeper for the Green Terror field hockey team for four years. She was named an All-American in 2002, as well as Centennial Conference Player of the Year, the only goalkeeper to be named Player of the Year in conference history. She holds the single-season program record for goals against average and shutouts as well as career shutouts. In 2011, she was inducted in the Carroll County Sports Hall of Fame. Since graduating with a degree in Communication in 2004, Arnold completed her M.S. in Human Resources Development. Since 2011, she has worked part-time as the goalkeeper’s coach for the women’s field hockey team. She continues to compete in running and triathlon events, running in more than 30 half-marathons, eight marathons and numerous triathlons. Arnold has also completed two full Ironman Triathlons which include swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles, and running 26.2 miles in one single day. She currently works in human resources for a global engineering firm in Frederick, Md.
John Feldman ’76 competed as guard for four years (1972-1976) on the WMC men’s basketball team. His 19.8 points-per-game scoring average over 50 games ranks third all-time, while his 992 total points is 18th all-time. He twice broke the record for most points in a single game, with 37 points in 1974 and 39 points in the 1976 season. He earned the Art Press Award, awarded to an outstanding men’s basketball player at the conclusion of each season. He scored 445 points in 1975-76, which was among the top 20 players in scoring average in Division III. Feldman was named to the Middle Atlantic Conference first team in his sophomore and senior years. He received a B.A. in Sociology in 1976 followed by his CPA, and now serves as the general manager for Financial Operations for the American Federation of Teachers. He resides in Washington, D.C.
April Brown Johnson ’04 competed on the women’s outdoor and indoor track and field teams and is a 10-time Centennial Conference champion in the sprints. Outdoor she was part of the Centennial Conference 4x200-meter relay record (1:42.78), and earned gold medals in the 100 (2002, 2003), 200 (2003), and as a member of the 4x100 relay team (2002, 2003) at the Centennial Conference championship. She was an All-American in the 100-meter dash in 2002, with a seventh-place finish at the national championship. Indoor, she was the Centennial Conference champion in the 55 (2003) and 200 (2003), and a 2002 NCAA Qualifier in the 55m. Johnson still remains among the top-10 all-time performers in 10 events and more than 30 entries in top-10 all-time performances. She graduated in 2004 with a B.A. in Sociology.
John Lowe coached the Green Terror wrestling team from 1994-2003, with an overall record of 110-62. Lowe is recognized for taking a fledgling program and building it to national prominence, leading the Terror to success, guiding the squad to four Centennial Conference championships (1998, 2000, 2001, 2002). He coached 29 Centennial Conference individual champions, 28 NCAA qualifiers, six All-Americans, and six Scholar All-Americans, and had three top-25 finishes as a team at the NCAA championship.
Lowe was runner-up for NCAA Coach of the Year in 2000. He received his B.A. from Washington & Lee University and his M.A. from Salisbury University. He currently serves as a teacher and World Languages chair at Winters Mill High School in Westminster, Md., and coaches the wrestling team, which has won five state titles. He is a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, and received Coach of the Year recognition from the Baltimore Sun (2012, 2013), Carroll County Times (2013), Varsity Sports Network (2013), and the National Wrestling Coaches Association (2012).
Toby McIntire ’04 has been lauded as the best point guard in the history of the women’s basketball program by her coach Becky Martin ’80, M.Ed. ’81 — at least in the 38 years Martin has been associated with the program as a player and coach. McIntire was a Centennial Conference first-team player in 2004 and still ranks third in the conference all-time for single-season assists (2004) and career assists. She remains in the top 25 in 32 statistical categories for a season or career, including the all-time leader in career assists (463), career steals (269), season assists (160), season assists average (5.5), and season games played (29).
McIntire was instrumental in the Green Terror’s first Centennial Conference basketball championship in program history in 2002 and the first NCAA Sweet 16 appearance in school history in 2004. She was part of two conference championships and NCAA appearances. She graduated in 2004 with a B.A. in Exercise Science and served in the United States Army Corps of Engineers from 2004-2010. She was deployed to Kuwait from 2005-2006, when selected to serve as the Company Executive Officer, and received the Navy Commendation Medal for accomplishments during deployment. She currently works in medical sales and supports Wounded Warrior and 22needsaface.
Kelly Cramp Tomlinson ’05 is one of the most decorated women’s athletes in the history of the Green Terror program. She excelled in both women’s basketball and women’s golf at both the conference and national levels. As a guard for the women’s basketball team during her four years at the college, she helped her team win the Green Terror’s first Centennial Conference basketball championship in 2002, and the first NCAA Sweet 16 appearance in school history in 2004. She was part of three Centennial Conference championships and NCAA tournament appearances.
A 1,000-point scorer, Tomlinson still ranks in the top 25 in 32 statistical categories for a season or career records for the Green Terror. She is still sixth on the all-time scoring list with 1,312 points and second all-time in free throw percentage at 81.7 percent. She was in the No. 1 position on the women’s golf team from 2001-2005. During that time, she was a four-time Centennial Conference Player of the Year, won four individual Centennial Conference championships, four Centennial Conference team championships and holds the three lowest rounds in conference history (72, 74, 74).
She received NCAA Division III championship individual bids in 2004 and 2005. After graduating with a B.S. in Exercise Science and Physical Education, She successfully completed the Education Student Teaching Program and became a Certified Maryland Physical Education Teacher. She also joined and competed on the LPGA Futures Tour (2005-08) as well as several LPGA mini-professional tours. She has been active in coaching throughout her career.
Charles E. Walter ’63 was a multi-sport athlete at WMC, participating on the football and baseball teams as well as intramural basketball. He started at quarterback on the football team his first year (1959), and transitioned to fullback in 1961 and 1962, when the Green Terror won two Mason-Dixon Conference championships. Walter played outfield and first base for the baseball team (1960, 1962, 1963), which won the Mason Dixon Conference championship in 1960, the Mason Dixon Conference Northern Division championship in 1962 and the Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division championship in 1963. He was named to the first-team All-Middle Atlantic Conference at first base, with the highest batting average in the conference (.444), most home runs (5) and most triples (6). He received his B.A. in Sociology in 1963 and was a member of Alpha Gamma Tau. He went on to serve as 2nd lieutenant in the U.S .Army from 1964-65 and served in Vietnam in 1965. In 1970, he completed his master’s in Urban Planning from New York University.