Pamela Feggans
Pamela Feggans
Year Inducted: 2012
Sports Played or Coached: Women's Golf, 2003-05

Pamela Feggans, a native of Scotland, enjoyed a superb three-year career with the women’s golf team. A three-time first-team All-America selection and All-SSC selection (2003-2004-2005), Feggans placed second twice and third once in three trips to the NCAA Division II Championship. As a team, the Moccasins finished second in 2003 and 2004 and were third in 2005. In 2005 she was the National Golf Coaches Association Division II Co-Player of the Year, as well as the SSC Women’s Golfer of the Year. She led the Moccasins in stroke average all three years and her career stroke average of 76.28 is the third-best in school history. She holds the school record for the lowest four-round tournament score - a one-over-par 293 at the 2005 Division II Championship. She currently plays professionally in Europe.