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From the Desk of Head Coach Paul McGonagle

Thank you for your interest in Endicott College and Endicott football!

To begin your recruiting process with Endicott, please complete and submit the recruiting profile above in its entirety so we will have your accurate information and be able to follow your progress moving forward in the recruiting process. If you would like to schedule a visit to campus with your family, or a virtual visit, please let us know some anticipated dates and we can confirm availability and details. You are welcome to coordinate a date to visit unofficially at your convenience with our Office of Admission through their online system, calling them at (978) 232-2021, or communicate directly with your recruiting coach or myself to discuss our recruiting process further. 

If there is anything we can do to assist you through the college search process, please feel free to reach out to any member of our coaching staff.

Go Gulls!

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Quick Facts

  • 19 years of college coaching experience
  • Led Endicott to 2019 New England Bowl Championship (9-2 overall, 6-1 in conference play)
  • Led Endicott to its first winning season (7-4) and first playoff appearance (New England Bowl) since 2013 in his first year at the helm
  • Assumption (2013-17), Endicott (2011-12, Offensive Assistant Coach), Fitchburg State (2007-10, Head Coach), Stony Brook (2004-06, Offensive Coordinator / Recruiting Coordinator), Bentley (2003-06, Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line), Bucknell (2002, Running Backs), Eastern Kentucky (2000-01, Tight Ends / Running Backs), Northeastern (1999, Tight Ends / Running Backs)
  • Coached three NFL players over his career (Scott Simonson, Oakland Raiders 2014, Carolina Panthers 2015-17, New York Giants 2018 | Mackenzy Bernadeau, Carolina Panthers 2009-11, Dallas Cowboys 2012-15, Jacksonville Jaguars 2016 | Deonte Harris, New Orleans 2019)