Pam Waller joined the University of Florida athletic training staff in October 2004, when she was named the Director of Women's Health.
Waller spent the previous two years at the University of Kentucky, where she was an assistant athletic trainer working primarily with the UK women's basketball program. Waller also oversaw the training needs for the men's and women's golf and rifle at UK.
Waller, formerly the assistant athletic trainer at the University of Houston, served as the women's basketball athletic trainer at UH under Coach Joe Curl from 1999-2002. Waller also worked with UH's swimming and diving, volleyball, men's and women's track and field, softball and football.
A native of Nashville, Tenn., Waller graduated from Cumberland University in 1998 with a bachelors degree in physical education with an emphasis in sports medicine. She was a four-year letter winner in softball at Cumberland while also serving as a student athletic trainer.
Waller later completed post-graduate work at Houston, where she received a master's degree in sports administration in 2002.
Waller is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA).
Pam Waller at a Glance
Responsibilities: Oversees all of the women's athletics health issues, in addition to working directly with the women's basketball team.
Joined UF Staff: October 2004
Education: Cumberland University - B.S. in Physical Education, 1998; University of Houston - Master's in Sports Administration, 2002
Prior to UF: Assistant athletic trainer at the University of Kentucky, working directly with the women's basketball team
Hometown: Nashville, Tenn.