Five outstanding athletes were inducted into the Mount’s 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame.
Vinnie Carminati ’14 MBA ’15 hit .377 over 451 at-bats during his career as a Knight, and totaled 170 hits. After graduating, he began working at Essensys, a software company. Carminati and his fiancé are set to be married in May of 2022.
Chelsea Dexter ’16 led the softball program to the top of the Skyline Conference and drove in the game-winning run in the Mount’s first NCAA Tournament victory. She was named All-Skyline Conference twice. Dexter is currently an RN at Garnet Medical Center in Middletown, N.Y.
Donte Howell ’14 matched the basketball program record for wins in a season with 23 and claimed the ECAC Championship title. He scored a total of 1,235 points in his career. Howell teaches physical education at Democracy Prep Endurance High School in NYC and coaches the school’s basketball team.
Sean Lockwood ’14 MBA ’15 turned the Men’s Soccer program into a Skyline Conference contender and led the team to its first Skyline Conference title. Lockwood, an associate at Goldman Sachs, resides in Jersey City with his fiancé Tara McDermott, a 2019 Mount Hall of Fame inductee.
Kaileen Spadaro ’13 was on the Mount’s first Women’s Lacrosse team. She helped lead the Knights to the Skyline Conference Tournament in their first season and she finished the year ranked 50th nationally in goals per game. Spadaro teaches third grade and coaches youth lacrosse in her home town of Islip, N.Y.