Inducted in 2007
McCall Fagan was an outstanding softball player at Utah Valley State in the 1995 and 1996 seasons. She was an excellent hitter and pitcher. She had a career .402 batting average, which was the second best average ever at UVSC at the time she finished her career. At that time, she was UVSC's all-time leader in hits, runs batted in, and doubles. She also finished with the second-best all-time marks in slugging percentage, triples, at bats, and plate appearances. She was third on UVSC's all-time home run list. As a pitcher, she was second on UVSC's all-time strikeout list, second in career starts, third in innings pitched, third in complete games, fifth in career earned-run average, and sixth in career wins.
She earned All-Region honors in 1995 and 1996, and NJCAA All-America recognition in 1996. McCall was also an excellent student, and was named an NJCAA Distinguished Academic All-American in both the 1995 and 1996 seasons. She was named the UVSC Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1996.
Fagan came to UVSC after an outstanding high school career. She lettered in volleyball, basketball, soccer and softball at American Fork High in American Fork, Utah. She earned All Region recognition in soccer, along with All-Region and All State recognition in softball. She posted a 3.98 cumulative GPA and earned Academic All-State Honors.
Fagan earned an Associate of Science Degree at UVSC in 1996, then went to Brigham Young University. She completed a bachelors degree in Exercise Physiology and Pre Med at BYU in 1999. She was a Dean's List student. She went on to get a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Arizona in 2002.
Fagan played club softball at BYU in 1997, then returned to UVSC as an assistant softball coach for the 1998, 1999, and 2000 seasons. She helped coach the Wolverines to an NJCAA national championship in the 2000 season.
McCall is the daughter of David and Susan Fagan of American Fork. She has her own home in American Fork, and works in Orthopedic Trauma and Joint Replacement at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City.