An NCAA first-team All-American pitcher (1992), she complied a 62-13 record over two season (1991-1992) and recorded 334 strikeouts. She was all-region and All-Pac-10 both years. Before transferring to Arizona, she earned All-Southland Conference and all-region honors at the University of Texas-Arlington and led the nation with 294 strikeouts in 1988. She led Arizona's 1991 softball team to the school's first NCAA championship, pitching a four-hitter in the title game, a 5-1 victory over UCLA. In the College World Series, she allowed only one run in 32 innings, pitched and hit .385. Her overall college softball pitching record was 116-49. At the time of her induction, she ranked as the No. 1 Wildcat pitcher in ERA with a career average of 0.44, an almost unassailable record in light of the college game's adoption of a livelier ball in 1993.