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2007 Hall of Fame Inductee

Pam Rogers (Swimming and Diving, 1983-96)
Rogers was the first head coach of the women’s swimming & diving program, winning five Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference titles. She was responsible for the addition of the men’s program, which also won five conference titles. She was the first woman in the sport of swimming and diving to be the head coach of a combined men’s and women’s Division I team. The 1994 team finished 29th at the NCAA Championships. She coached 39 women’s conference champions in individual events and 47 Golden Eagle Scholar Athletes. She was a four-time All-American, a two-time national champion and an alternate for the U.S. Olympic Team in 1976.

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