Former right-handed softball pitcher who amassed one of the most impressive resumes in college softball history, winning 112 games and posting a 0.88 ERA during her career at Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi.
She began her college career in 2002, winning 25 games and recording 266 strikeouts in her first season.
She was signed by the National Pro Fastpitch team Connecticut Brakettes in 2005 and was named the league's best pitcher in 2006.
She grew up in Phoenix, Arizona.
Jennie Finch was one of the most dominant college softball pitchers from 1999 to 2002, graduating the year Pauly entered collegiate ball and began to establish herself.