35 Pam Dreyer
35 Pam Dreyer
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Eagle River, AK
High School: Chugiak
Position: Goaltender
2001-2002: Dreyer had an outstanding season last year...After suffering from mononucleosis, and missing seven straight games, she returned to lead the Bears to the ECAC Championship and Frozen Four...Named Most Outstanding Player in ECAC Championship...Earned Second Team All-ECAC...Finished season with .938 save percentage and a 1.55 goals against average...Earned New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star honors.

2000-2001: Dreyer made an impressive impact during her sophomore campaign... Finished first in the nation with a .941 save % and tied for first with seven shutouts...Dreyer was second in the nation with a 1.61 gaa...She was a Second Team All-Ivy and Honorable Mention All-ECAC selection...Also named to the All-Tournament Team after her performance against Dartmouth in the semifinals, where she recorded 56 saves.

1999-2000: Dreyer served as a backup to keeper Ali Brewer '00, and saw limited action in her rookie campaign, playing in four games and allowing no goals.

Before Brown: Voted Chugiak High School MVP by teammates in 1999 ... All-State Honorable Mention, Anchorage Daily News Athlete of the Week in 1999 ... Selected to play in senior All-Star Game in 1999 ... Goalie of Midget Tier II team (boys) that finished third in the national tournament ... Finished 1998 Midget season with a 2.14 gaa, .916 save %, and 7 shutouts ... In 1997, she played a year ahead finishing the Midget Tier II season with a 1.42 gaa, .912 save %, and 6 shutouts ... Attended the Olympic Development Camp from 1997-1999 ... All Tournament Goalie and Tournament Champion at Bonnie Cusack Tournament in 1997 and 1998 ... Four-year member of the Honor Roll and three-year member of the National Honor Society at Chugiak ... Selected as a Graduate Assistant by teachers in high school ... Also a standout soccer player.

Personal: Pamela Kristine Dreyer is the daughter of Robert and Margo Dreyer of Eagle River, AK ... Has two siblings, Amanda, and Sara...Concentrating in Human Biology.