|Previous College:||Northeastern 2014|
Paige Burnett is in her fourth year with the women's soccer program in 2019.
Working with the Crimson goaltenders, Harvard tallied its third Ivy title in four seasons in 2016 with an unbeaten conference record (5-0-2). Harvard allowed just three goals in conference games, and senior netminder Lizzie Durack was an all-conference honoree. Playing two strong goaltenders in 2017, Burnett was instrumental in developing Danielle Etzel and Kat Hess, who combined for six shutouts. Etzel capped the season with a 16-save performance and a national player of the week award. The Harvard goalkeepers combined for six shutouts in 2018, while posting one of the top save percentages in the Ivy League.
Burnett was a four-year starter in front of the net at Northeastern University, where she was a two-time Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) champion and 2014 first team All-CAA selection. After setting the Northeastern single-season records for shutouts (16) and goals-against average (0.377) in 2014, Burnett was also recognized on the All-Mid Atlantic and NSCAA Scholar All-East Region first teams.
A native of Placentia, California, Burnett played professionally for the Boston Breakers of the National Women's Soccer League in 2015, spending time with both the full and reserve teams. This past fall she served at the goalkeeper coach for Simmons College, where she helped the Sharks to a nine-win season, including an 8-3 mark in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference.