S. River's Patterson goes to Towson

February 11, 1994|By Roch Eric Kubatko

South River senior Pam Patterson, a second-team All-Metro volleyball player last fall, has signed a national letter of intent to attend Towson State.

Patterson, a 6-foot outside hitter, also considered Coastal Carolina, Youngstown State and Robert Morris.

"The coaches are really nice and they really care about where the program is headed," she said. "Also, Towson is a good distance from my home. My family's real close, and I want them to be able to come and watch me."

A four-year starter, Patterson was an All-Anne Arundel County selection the past two seasons. She accumulated 200 kills as a junior and had 232 this season (3.7 a game), helping the Seahawks into the Class 2A state tournament. She also served at 92-percent efficiency.

As a center on the basketball team, Patterson leads South River in scoring at 18.3 points a game, and in rebounding at 11.0.

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