As a Utah State junior, she set a school record with 36 full games and pulled out 159, the third-highest in school history, while recording 18 shutouts, the second-highest in the history of the school. In sophomore she threw two hits.
She is one of only two pitchers in school history to win 20 games in two different seasons and she still ranks second all-time at school with 68 wins, 93 full games. , 40 shutouts, 780 innings pitched and seven saves, ranks third with 117 appearances and fourth with 382 strikeouts, an ERA of 0.90. Offensively, she is still tied for fourth in school history with 639 at-bat (639), fifth with 212 games played and sixth with 28 sacrifices.
From 1994 to 2006, she was on three ASA National Championship teams, winning titles with the Sacramento Lynch Mob (1994), the San Jose Strikers (2000) and the Gold Rush of Burlingame (2006). She has been an ASA All-American four times. In 1993, she played in the National Fastpitch Association and was part of the first team to tour the west, promoting the professional game.
She was drafted by Women’s Professional Fastpitch in October 1995 and traveled the country as a member of the All-Star team, visiting various minor league stadiums to show what the professional game could look like to potential investors. She was drafted by Orlando from the Women’s Professional Softball League in 1997, but declined the offer. She retired from competitive softball in 2008.