Pamela Findlay
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    Pamela Findlay

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Glenview, IL

    High School:
    Glenbrook South

    Height:
    5-11

    Position:
    G/F

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    Notable: Enters her senior season with 644 career points, ranking 29th all-time at the Academy ... set Academy record with .897 free three percentage in 2006-07 ... ranks seventh all-time at the Academy with 81 career three-pointers ... CoSIDA Academic All-District in 2007.

    2006-07: Played and started in all 29 games ... one of two Falcons to average more than 30 minutes per game ... team's second-leading scorer at 8.3 points per game ... led the team in free throw percentage (.897), making 52 of 58 attempts ... also led the team with 63 assists and 31 steals ... ranked second on the team in rebounds (4.9), three pointers (20), free throws made (50) ... reached double-figures scoring 13 times ... scored a career-best 20 points against Yale on 8-of-11 shooting ... recorded two double-doubles, one against Butler (11 pts, 12 rebs.) and one against Yale (20 pts, 10 reb.) ... also had a career-high seven assists against Butler ... shot .391 (84-215) from the field and .270 (20-74) from three-point range ... CoSIDA Academic All-District ... team defensive MVP ... also earned the team's Falcon award ... named to the All-Air Force Classic team ... earned third-consecutive Mountain West academic all-conference and MWC scholar athlete awards.

    2005-06: Played and started in all 28 games ... only Falcon to average more than 30 minutes per game ... team's second-leading scorer at 9.5 points per contest ... also averaged 4.5 rebounds per game ... ranked second on team in blocked shots (13), third in steals (29) and fourth in assists (39) ... shot .455 (102-224) from the field and .424 (36-85) from three-point range, tying her own mark for best single-season three-point field goal percentage in Air Force's Division I history ... reached double-figures in scoring on 14 occasions ... recorded 17 points while knocking down 5-of-8 shots from three-point range in victory over Utah Valley State ... led Falcons with 11 points and three steals in win over Bucknell ... scored 15 points with six rebounds and three steals in win at Utah State ... scored then-career-best 18 points in road victory over Montana State ...helped lead a balanced Air Force offense in rout of Western State, finishing with 10 points ... was 4-of-5 from three-point range in road game against TCU, finishing with 17 points and six rebounds ... scored just five points in win at Colorado State, but recorded career-highs with eight rebounds and six assists ... the Falcons' top player in road loss to Wyoming, finishing with 13 points, seven rebounds, a block and a steal ... scored 13 points with seven rebounds and five assists in regular-season finale victory over Colorado State ... second-team academic all-district selection ... named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete for second-straight season.

    2004-05: Played in all 28 games ... one of six Falcons to average more than 15 minutes per contest ... team's fifth-leading scorer with 4.9 points per game ... also added 67 rebounds, 22 assists, 18 steals and nine blocks ... best three-point shooter on the team, hitting 25-of-59 (.424) from long range ... led Falcons with 14 points in win over UC Davis, hitting 6-of-9 field goals ... notched a season-best 15 points against Albany, knocking down three baskets from long range, while also adding five rebounds ... grabbed a career-high seven boards in the victory over Navy, while also adding six points ... reached double-figures for the third time in the home game versus New Mexico, scoring 10 points, while also recording a team-high six rebounds ... played a career-high 25 minutes at home versus UNLV, finishing with 11 points, two rebounds and a career-best two blocks ... led the team with 14 points in the regular-season finale at Colorado State.

    High School: Four-year letterwinner in basketball for coach Steve Wessenstein ... three-time all-conference and all-area selection ... earned all-state recognition in junior and senior seasons ... three-time team MVP ... also lettered four years in track and cross country ... earned all-conference honors in both sports during senior year ... recipient of the Outstanding Senior Award, Biology award, Chemistry award and Physics award ... ranked eighth in class of 650 ... member of Cum Laude Society and National Honor Society ... a Glenbrook Scholar ... won the outstanding publications award for the school yearbook.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 20, the Trolls ... born Jan. 30, 1986 ... parents are Rick and Jill Findlay ... siblings are Patrick (29) and Preston (26) ... plans to become a doctor ... enjoys running and playing the clarinet ... was one of just 25 cadets in the entire Academy to earn a 4.0 GPA during the Fall semester. ... on the Superintendent's and Commandant's list four times ... on the Dean's list every semester ... completed Operation's Air Force at Barksdale AFB, La., this past summer ... is active in her squadron as the community service representative ... favorite NBA team is the San Antonio Spurs and favorite WNBA team is the Minnesota Lynx ... favorite players are Manu Ginobili and Seimone Augustus ... credits her parents and brothers as having the biggest influence on her sports career.

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