|Sport(s):||Women's Soccer, Softball|
|Year of Graduation:||2008|
As an eight-time CCC Champion, Paula McGinn's name is synonymous with success at Endicott; especially when considering that she is the only student-athlete in Endicott Athletics history, male or female, to win eight conference championships throughout her four-year career. McGinn accomplished the historic feat as a member of the women's soccer (2004-07) and softball (2005-08) programs claiming five all-region honors, two CCC Player of the Year accolades (both in soccer), and seven all-conference awards (three in soccer, four in softball) along the way during her illustrious career.
McGinn was a major force in the success of both teams as the women's soccer program went 67-19-2 during her four-year career, highlighted by an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance in 2006, while the softball program boasted a 135-37-1 record and advanced to the NCAA Regionals in 2008. Overall, McGinn's career record as a student-athlete at Endicott sits at 202-56-3 (.780). Individually, McGinn played in 240 out of 261 games on the schedule (161 softball, 79 soccer, .920) for both programs. McGinn also ranks first all-time for most triples (9) and most stolen bases (71) in the softball record books and third all-time in points (139) and most goals scored (64) in the women's soccer record books.