She came to the University of Arizona as the reigning European women's amateur champion, as a freshman she was ranked in the top five nationally and was named All-Pac-10 and All-American. She went on to become an All-American selection her next three years, the UofA's first four time All-American in women's golf. She finished 13th at the 1988 Pac-10 Championships third at the 1989 Pac-10 Championships and second at the 1990 Pac-10 Championships. She received the 1990 Pac-10 medal as the UofA's outstanding female student athlete. She went on to receive a master's degree in golf course architecture from Kansas State.