Cresson, Pa. – Mount Aloysius College has announced the 2023 Athletic Hall of Fame class. The honorees are past All-Conference picks, All-Time and Career Leaders, First Team members, and leaders in AMCC statistics. They were involved in several Mount Aloysius sports including women’s basketball, men’s basketball, softball, baseball, and women’s volleyball. Hall of Fame recipients will be inducted on Friday, September 29 as part of the Mount’s Alumni and Homecoming Weekend.

The Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2023 contains both exceptional individuals and groups: Stacey Porter ‘89 (men’s basketball); Lindsy Sammarco ‘14 (softball and women’s basketball); Bryan Nolan ‘11 (baseball); Jill Parilla (McCoy) ‘07 (women’s volleyball); and the NJCAA Division I Elite 8 1991-92 Women’s Basketball Team.

“Mountie athletes are leaders both on and off the field,” said Kevin Kime, athletic director at Mount Aloysius. “We’re proud to honor the College’s history of athletics and to honor these phenomenal former student-athletes.”

Stacey Porter – Men’s Basketball – All-Time Leader in Blocked Shots; Served as Secret Service Officer under the Clinton and Bush administrations, as a Homeland Security agent under the Office of Security Assessment under the Bush and Obama administrations, and retired as a Supervisory Federal Air Marshal in 2017. Porter now is the Principle Consultant for Porter Global Security in Atlanta, GA.

Lindsy Sammarco – Softball & Women’s Basketball – Softball All-Time Leader in Games Played; 2nd in Career Hits; 5th in Career Batting Average; Career Top Five in Doubles, Triples, Runs Batted In; Career Leader in Runs; Basketball 3rd All Time in Games Played; 2nd All-Time in Points; 2nd All-Time in Assists; 4th in Career Three Pointers Made; Top 10 in Virtually every statistical category; Three-Time All-Conference in Both Sports.

Bryan Nolan – Baseball – Program Career Leader in Stolen Bases; Third All-Time in Games Played; All-Time Leader in Hits; 2nd in Career Batting Average; Top Four in Doubles, Runs Batted In, and Runs Scored; 2011 ABCA Mid-Atlantic Third Team All-Region; AMCC All-Time Leader in Stolen Bases; Until recently, held the NCAA Single Game Record for Stolen Bases, with seven, on March 11, 2011.

Jill Parilla (McCoy) – Women’s Volleyball – Three Time First Team All-AMCC; 2nd All-Time in Career Kills; Single-Season Record for Kills in 2006; 4th Best AMCC Single Season Kills in 2006; AMCC All-Time #2 and #7 in Kills per Game for Single Season.

1991-92 Women’s Basketball Team – Advanced to Elite 8 in NJCAA Division I Tournament, the Program’s best finish; Led by Coach Joe DeAntonio; Featured NJCAA All-Region honorees, Roxanne Williams and Keya Gorham, as well as NJCAA All-American Grace Blake; All Three players would move on to NCAA Division I schools.

The Mount Aloysius Athletics Hall of Fame is located in McLanahan Plaza on the second floor of the Athletic, Convocation, and Wellness Center (ACWC). Ticket and event information will be available on in the coming weeks. To learn more about the Hall of Fame, or to nominate someone for a future inductee class, visit