At AB, we pride ourselves in developing well rounded student athletes whose quest for excellence is displayed proudly in their past, present
and future. Pam Brockmeier-Armstrong fills that description perfectly. Pam was a rare three-sport captain in swimming, basketball and tennis and was universally respected by her teammates, classmates and the opposition. Pam hits the triple-triple meter by achieving Dual County League All-Star status in the three sports she participated in. The AB Swim Team's Pam swam on won DCL and State Sectional Championships from 1987 through 1990 and went undefeated in dual meets for those 4 seasons. Pam was a Lowell Sun All Star.
Pam's basketball career saw her span two and a half seasons of varsity ball and as aforementioned gained Dual County League All Star status. Basketball kept Pam in shape for tennis where she played four years on the courts where she lead her teams to a 41-7 record spanning those season. Pam was again named a DCL All Star and Lowell Sun All Star her senior year.
Pam attended Dartmouth College where she graduated with a B.A. from the Thayer School of Engineering in 1995 and a B.E. in Environmental Engineering in 1996. Pam swam on the Woman's Swim Team for two seasons competing in the backstroke. Pam was President of The Dartmouth Outdoor Club which encompasses cycling, snowboarding, rock climbing and hiking. It is the largest outdoor club of its kind in the country. Her love of the outdoors is reflected by her participation in: biking The Death Ride Tour of The California Alps, The Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon, Ralph's Half Ironman in California and The Relay, a 190 mile relay road race.
Pam was active in the business world upon graduation and was a teacher and coach from 2000-2009. Pam now proudly has the most important job in America, a Mom to her active sons who participate in every sport imaginable. Wonder where they got that from? Pam and her husband Adam (a member of The Boy's Swim Team(ab) being honored tonight) live in Newburyport, MA with their sons James and Aaron.
In Pam's words, "my experiences in the pool and on the courts at AB didn't just prepare me for an active, engaged and rewarding high school experience, those experiences has carried on into adulthood."