Years Played


Year Inducted


Undoubtedly one of the top "big game" players in Division II women’s basketball history...Two-time NCAA national and regional tournament MVP in 1991 and 1993 and all-tournament in 1992...Listed 35th on Sports Illustrated’s "50 Greatest Sports Figures in North Dakota" in January 2000...Two-time Division II All-American, three-time All-North Central Conference first team, and Academic All-NCC in 1993...Led NDSU to its first national title in 1991, second place in 1992, and a national title in 1993...The Bison won NCC championships in 1992 and 1993 and went 115-13 during her career...Scored 1,558 points over 126 games for a career 12.4 scoring average...Notched two triple-doubles...Had 18 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists vs. Portland State in the 1992 NCAA semifinals...Scored 21 points with 12 rebounds and 10 assists against West Texas A&M earlier that year...Among NDSU’s career leaders in games played, rebounds, assists, steals, field goals and free throws made and attempted...Was an assistant coach at Wisconsin-River Falls, St. Louis Park (Minn.) High School and Cooper (Minn.) High School.