Class of 2001
Olympian – Discus
Has Competed in the 2004,2008,2012,and 2016 Olympic Games
Vikas has won 9 international discus medals since 2010 representing India
Debbie Thompson Brown
Class of 1965
Olympian – Track & Field
Competed in the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games as a member of the United States
Thompson Brown set world records in the 60- and 100-meter dashes
Class of 1947
Olympic Coach – Track & Field
Coached in the 1964 Tokyo, 1976 Montreal, and 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games
Griffin also served as a member of the United States Olympic Committee and held 11 international coaching positions for U.S.A. Olympic team members. He is a recipient of the Joseph Robichaux Award and the Doris Heritage Award, given by U.S.A. Track & Field for outstanding contributions to U.S. Women’s Track and Field and U.S. Women’s Cross Country, respectively.
Class of 1943
Armed Forces Olympian
Member of the US Basketball team at the 1945 Armed Forces Olympics in Japan.
Class of 2018
Current member of the US National Mounted Pony Games Team
Competed at the 2017 Mounted Pony World Games
Class of 2014
Member of the 2015 U20 Romanian National Basketball Team who played in the European Championships.
Class of 1980
Member of the USA Olympic Sports Festival East Team
Class of 1972
Member of the 1972 USA Cross Country Team, First Alternate on the 1972 USA Cross Country Team
Class of 1976
Crone was a shortstop on the 1979 U.S.A. International Team
Class of 1944
International Softball Player
Kehne took part in six different world tournaments.
Class of 1975
Cheryl Poirier won several national age group titles and set national records in her hurdle events. From the age of 10 until she was 14 years old, she was the nation’s top hurdler. At 15, competing in the Maple Leaf Indoor Games in Toronto, an invitational event that attracted world-class athletes, she finished fourth in the hurdles, although she beat former Olympian Mamie Rollins. In the same year, Poirier was a member of the team that competed in the U.S.A.–U.S.S.R. Junior Track and Field Meet in Austin, Texas, where she won the bronze medal
Class of 1969
A state champion sprinter at Frederick High School with three state championship teams, Anthony Ambush had record-setting times of 10.4 and 21.6 seconds for the 100 and 200 meters. He was inducted as a 1982 member of the Mount St. Mary’s Hall of Fame and was a 1972 Olympic Trials semi-finalist, running 10.2 for 100 meters. Ambush’s 1974 9.3-second 100 yards remained a Mount record as of 1995
Tammy Davis Thompson
Class of 1965
Thompson at one time held every American and world record for women in indoor and outdoor hurdles. She set world records in the 50-meter hurdles, the 60-meter hurdles and the 70-meter hurdles. Her best years were 1963 and 1964. She finished fourth in the 1964 Olympic Trials when she hit the last hurdle. Two days later, she defeated the three hurdlers who finished ahead of her in a meet in Jamaica. She ran with several United States teams that went to Europe
Barbra McCutcheon Martin
Class of 1943
Martin was a springboard diver who earned national acclaim as a qualifier for the 1952 Olympic Trials
Class of 1930
LeGore made it to the finals for the 1936 U.S.A. Olympic Team.
Class of 1927
Summers was a semifinalist in the 1932 Olympic Trials. He finished fourth in the 1932 Trials, behind Eddie Tolan, who went on to win the Gold Medal at the 1932 Games. In 1927, Summers single-handedly won the high school state track championships for Frederick High by winning three events and placing second in four other events. Due to current limitations in participation, Summers’ high school feats can never be duplicated.