Pamela Barton
Pamela Barton
Year: 2000
Team: Basketball and Softball

Barton was active in Basketball from 1990-1994 and in softball from 1991-1993 and has notable accomplishments in both sports. During her four-year basketball career at the College the name Pamela Barton was almost synonymous with the work basketball. Pam was a tri-captain of the College’s Women’s Basketball Team and became the first Lady Mohawk to score 1,000 points. If that is not enough of an accomplishment, she is also the all-time leading scorer with 1,321 points. In 1993-94 she scored an outstanding 450 points, averaging 17.3 points per game. Along with this honor, Pam was voted MVP in 1990-91, 1991-92 and 1993-94. A three-time MASCAC All-Star, she played in the New England Women’s Basketball Association’s Senior Classic Basketball Game at Brandies University. She was also a softball co-captain and was given the Unsung Hero Award. During her college career, Pam also managed to remain on the Dean’s list and was in Who’s Who of American Colleges and Universities.