Chris Stoll takes over the role of Penn State Chapter President after serving two years in other leadership roles. He has become an impact player for the Nittany Lions, serving as the starting long snapper the last two seasons, and now is looking to make an impact serving the Rare Disease Community. Chris participated in the Penn State Chapter Lift For Life in 2017, 2018 and 2019 and volunteered to step into the high profile leadership role. He attended the 2019, 2020 and 2021 Leadership Development Conference and is excited to help the Penn State program continue its long standing tradition of supporting the rare disease cause.
A native of Ohio, Chris made his first collegiate start in 2019 when he took over the Penn State long snapper duties while also serving as the holder for the Nittany Lion kickers. He appeared in all 13 games and made a memorable open-field tackle on special teams in the Michigan game. In 2020, he appeared in all nine games running his starting streak to 22 consecutive outings.