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Rachel (Sleeter) Darling ’14, MSEd ’15 – Women’s Cross Country

Darling was the first member of the Women’s Cross Country program to enter the college’s Hall of Fame. A four-year standout for the Knights on the trails, Darling earned All-Skyline Conference honors three times in her career, including First Team citations in both 2012 and 2013. Darling also finished seventh at the Championship Meet in 2011, and as a senior, she finished a career-best fourth.

Nick Findlay ’14 – Men’s Lacrosse

Findlay was the first Men’s Lacrosse student-athlete to enter the Hall of Fame. He was on the Mount’s first ever Men’s Lacrosse roster in 2010 and finished his career playing in 48 games and posting 175 points. During the 2012 season, he set a program record for assists in a season. He finished the season as the national leader in assists per game. 

Jen Gries ’16 – Women’s Volleyball

Gries goes into the Hall of Fame as the Mount’s all-time leader in digs, lifting more than 1,500 over the course of her career. She earned All-Skyline Conference accolades three times and was named First Team All-Skyline Conference. Gries finished her career at the Mount playing in 341 sets and averaged 4.52 digs per set to go along with 133 service aces and 105 assists.

Owen Heath ’17 – Men’s Golf

Heath, the first Men’s Golf student-athlete to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, was a three-time All-Skyline Conference selection, earning the program’s first ever All-League nod with a Second Team selection in 2013. Heath went on to be named Second Team again in 2015 and in 2016 was one of two players to earn First Team recognition, the initial First Team picks in program history.

Jen Mocanu ’12 – Women’s Basketball

Mocanu left her mark on the program by appearing in nearly 60 games and leading the Knights to a pair of Skyline Conference Championships and two victories in the NCAA Tournament. As a senior, she set the program’s all-time record for free-throws on her way to being named the Skyline Conference Player of the Year, First Team All-Met Writers, and First Team All-Atlantic Region by

Rob Thompson ’14 – Men’s Soccer


Thompson is the third player from the Men’s Soccer program in as many years to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. A First Team All-Skyline Conference selection as a senior following the 2013 season, Thompson led a defensive unit that allowed just 12 goals to conference opponents and helped lead the Knights to their first ever Skyline Conference Championship and berth into the NCAA Tournament.

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