College Recalls Past Glories of Hall of Famers
The 1997 NCAA Division III National Championship men’s tennis team was also honored. Here’s a brief look at the inductees.
Greg Adams ’01 is the second-leading scorer in College basketball history with 1,793 career points. He also holds the school record for free throws made in a career and shares the school record for free throws made in a game.
Christyl Johnson-Arrabal ’00 was a four-time All-Centennial Conference selection in field hockey, a three-time selection in lacrosse, and a one-time choice in softball. She holds the school field hockey record for career assists.
Tomas Lejarraga ’99 was the 1999 Centennial Conference Player of the Year for men’s tennis and was a 1999 All-American in both singles and doubles. A two-time All-Centennial Conference first-team selection in both singles and doubles, Lejarraga was also a 1998 Rolex Regional Champion in both singles and doubles.
All-American lacrosse midfielder Justin McCarthy ’99 played in three NCAA Division III National Championship games and helped the Shoremen win the 1998 NCAA Division III National Championship and the 1996 and 1997 Centennial Conference Championships.
All-American defenseman Scott McGilvray ’00 played in three NCAA Division III National Championship lacrosse games and helped the Shoremen win the 1998 NCAA Division III National Championship and the 1996 and 1997 Centennial Conference Championships.
One of the most prolific scorers in lacrosse, All-American Jason Paige ’95 totaled 151 goals and 58 assists in just three seasons. His 64 goals in 1994 tied the single-season school record and stood for 10 years.
John Wagner ’74 has been associated with the college waterfront for four decades. A coxswain for the men’s rowing team as a student, Wagner later served as a rowing coach and has served as the Waterfront Director for 28 years.
Toby Wilmet ’01 has a firm grasp on the title of “greatest goalkeeper in Washington College field hockey history.” She was named the NCAA’s Woman of the Year for the State of Maryland in 2001 and was one of the finalists for the national award.
Louis Young ’73 is the all-time leading rebounder in Washington College hoop history with 1,133 during his collegiate career. Young averaged an extraordinary 17.1 rebounds per game during the 1970-71 season.