During her stellar UA career she was a two time All-Pacific Region, and a two time All-Pac 10 Conference honoree, and a two-time All-American, and in her senior year she easrned All-College World Series honors. She played a key role in Arizona's "no hitter" legacty as the catcher whose career spanned 14 no-hitters from 1990-1993. Considered one of the best defensive catchers in the game during her career, in 1990, her freshman year, she set a record that still stands- a perfect fielding percentage in 240 chances. In 1,115 plays, over four years, she made only six errors, a .995 fielding percentage that ranks number one in UA history. At the time of her induction she sat atop the UA record list in career and season fielding average and third in career putouts (1276), ninth in season putouts, fourth in career games played, and in the top ten in career doubles (29), career triples (9), career home runs (13), career RBI's (114), career stolen bases (49), and career walks (89).