2004 (JUNIOR): Finished fifth on the team with 179 kills on the season ... her .159 hitting percentage in 105 games on the season was also good enough for fifth among all Pirates ... One of four Pirates with at least 20 assists on the season ... Finished third on the club with 192 digs ... Ranked second among all servers with 24 services aces, collecting a season-high five versus DePaul (11/12) ... tied a career-high 19 kills and 45 attempts at N.C. State (9/14) ... also set a career-high mark for digs collecting 19 against DePaul ... Reached double-digit digs on six different occasions including five of the final 13 matches ... her four blocks versus High Point (9/3) set a personal career-high ... two double-doubles on the season came versus Furman (17 kills, 13 digs) and DePaul (17 kills, 19 digs) ... recorded double-digit kills six times.
2003 (SOPHOMORE): Fourth on the team in kills (229) and second in digs (208) ... posted career-high in kills (19) at N.C. A&T (9/30) and digs (15) against Eastern Michigan (9/20) ... recorded a career-high seven service aces at Campbell (9/15/03) ... posted double-figure kills in 11 matches and double-figure digs in eight matches ... played in 93 games and led the team in service aces (40) ... also added three double-doubles on the season ... named City Hotel & Bistro Tournament Most Valuable Player after ... hit a career-best .733 against Campbell (9/15) putting down 11 kills ... finished C-USA play with 81 kills and 73 digs which also ranked fourth on the team.
2002 (FRESHMAN): Ranked third on the team in kills (228) and tied for second in digs (225) ... posted career-high in kills (19) at N.C. A&T (9/30) and digs (15) against Eastern Michigan (9/20) ... posted season-highs in kills (17) and digs (14) for first career double-double at UNC Greensboro (9/27) ... posted double-figure kills in eight matches and double-figure digs in six matches ... played in 108 games and tied for second on the team in service aces (38) ... also added double-double with 10 kills and 12 digs against Campbell (10/29).
NAPERVILLE CENTRAL HS: Enjoyed a successful prep career under the guidance of Naperville Central Head Coach Amy Van Eckeren ... recorded 185 kills, 160 digs, and 40 service aces throughout her high school career ... led the Redhawks to the DuPage Valley Conference Championships and the Illinois Sectional Championship ... named to the Naperville All-City Team, and tabbed a DuPage Valley All-Conference selection.
PERSONAL: Majoring in physical activity and fitness ... full name is Pamela Ann Ferris ... daughter of Jim and Jennifer Ferris ... has one sibling, Jimmy ... born July 2, 1984.
FERRIS' CAREER STATISTICS