At Delcastle, she set the state indoor record of 56.19 in 1990, a record that still stands. It was the nation’s fastest time to that point that winter. She repeated as indoor 400 champion in 1991, and added another title in 300. Outdoors she was a division 1 champion in the 200 and 400 in 1991, with the state’s best time in each. She finished fourth in the 400 in the New Balance Indoor Nationals in 1990. She was the 1991 State MVP.
At West Virginia University, she was Atlantic 10 indoor champion in the 500 in 1995 (1:14.35), a performance that is still the third fastest time in WVU history; and anchored the Mountaineers’ A-10 indoor championship team in the 4×400 (3:41.74) at the same meet, a performance that is still the second fastest indoor time in West Virginia history. She ran the third leg on 4×200 (1:36.94) that was second-best in school history, still fifth in school annals.