Carter put together an outstanding collegiate career on both the track and the football field at Wittenberg. He earned a pair of All-NCAC awards as a wide receiver for the football team, served as a team captain as a senior in 1993, and helped the Tigers to records of 29-10-1 overall and 26-6 in the NCAC, including a league title in 1992. On the track, Carter enjoyed even greater success, setting school records in the outdoor 110-meter and 400-meter hurdles events and the indoor 55-meter hurdles. He held the NCAC record in the 110-meter hurdles for more than a decade, and his school record time of 52.65 in the 400-meter hurdles still stands 20 years after his graduation. Carter won a total of seven NCAC titles (indoor and outdoor) in hurdles events and relays, and he owns a total of 13 All-NCAC awards, given to top-three finishers in an individual or relay event. Named the team’s MVP in 1993 and 1994, Carter is a native of Columbus, Ohio, who currently resides in Canal Winchester, Ohio.