|Year of Graduation:||2012|
From 2008-11, Kevin Eagan wreaked havoc on the gridiron for the Gulls as a defensive end and compiled jaw-dropping numbers that may forever remain untouched. Eagan's impressive stats include program bests for tackles (371), unassisted tackles (186), assisted tackles (185), tackles for loss (70.0), yards from tackles for loss (246), quarterback sacks (23.5), yards from sacks (156), fumbles forced (7), and fumbles recovered (7).
Eagan also compiled numerous postseason honors throughout his career including 2011 BSN All-America Second Team accolades, two ECAC Northeast Defensive Player of the Year honors, seven all-region selections, two NEFC Boyd Defensive Player of the Year awards, one NEFC Boyd Defensive Rookie of the Year selection, and four NEFC Boyd First Team laurels.
With Eagan as the driving force on defense, Endicott won its first-ever conference championship, while also making its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010. In addition to their record-breaking year in 2010, Eagan and the Gulls captured their first-ever ECAC North Bowl title in 2011.