|Year of Graduation:||2012|
The true definition of a student-athlete, Colleen Pepin was exceptional on and off the field at Endicott.
Academically, Pepin will forever hold claim to being the first Endicott female student-athlete to ever receive Academic All-America honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) organization. The CoSIDA Academic All-America program is regarded as the most prestigious academic awards program in all of NCAA sports.
The academic honors didn't stop there for Pepin, however, as she was named the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2011. She also earned three CCC Academic All-Conference laurels and three Endicott Academic Varsity Club accolades during her career.
Athletically, Pepin was as natural as a scorer as it gets. In 88 career games, Pepin compiled 71 goals and 20 assists for 162 total points. She still ranks among the top-5 in several categories within the program including: points (2nd), points per game (2nd), goals (2nd), goals per game (3rd), game-winning goals (1st, 23), assists (7th), assists per game (7th), games played (7th), and games started (6th). As a team, Endicott went 62-23-6 overall (.714), 41-6-1 in conference play (.856), and captured one CCC Championship during her time as a Gull.