Multi-talented sportswoman, she was a leader and a coach/administrator in pre- AIAW/NCAA days for female student-athletes. She competed for the UA in badminton, volleyball, basketball and field hockey. She also was a talented club softball player, winning the 1967 and 1968 state championships. She was the WRA president in 1968-69, graduated "with distinction" in three years while excelling in sports on and off campus and in tournament play, and she went on to an outstanding career in coaching and public-school administration. She taught physical education at Cholla High School in Tucson from 1969-1987, coached women's basketball at Pima Community College from 1978-79. At time of induction, she was the Assistant Director of Interscholastics for Tucson Unified School District, a member of the Tucson Women's Sports Foundation Executive Board, and is a leader in women's sports organizations locally, regionally and nationally.