|Major:||Early Childhood Education|
|HOF Class:||Class of 2016|
Wilmore was a member of the Inferno softball team from 2010-13 and was named team MVP her sophomore, junior and senior seasons.
Proved to be one of the top catchers in the league, she was honored by the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference all four seasons, including first team her last two season after a second-team honor her sophomore campaign and All-Freshman team honor her rookie year.
Her senior season she became the first player in Alverno history to garner all-region honors as she was named to the 2013 National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-Great Lakes Region Second Team. Wilmore ended the season as the top hitter in the conference with a .491 batting average, which ranked 17th nationally. Likewise, she had the conference's top on-base percentage (.565), slugging percentage (.935) and hit a league-high 17 doubles to become the NACC's all-time leader with 54 in her four-year career. She amassed a 20-game hit streak that set a school record.
In addition to her school-record 180 hits, she also holds the top marks at Alverno in runs scored (111), doubles (54), home runs (18), total bases (292), putouts (751), runners picked off (16) and caught stealing by (46).
A double alumna of Alverno, Wilmore earned her bachelor's degree in elementary/early childhood education in 2013, and her master's degree in organizational development in 2016.