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One of the most exciting and talented women's basketball players in school history, she was the third all-time leading scorer in school history with 1,779 points and a career average of 16.0 points per game.

Named second team All-America as a senior in 1986 when she averaged 21.1, the best single-season scoring average in school history, and led North Dakota State to a national runner-up finish in the NCAA Division II championships.

Holder of 21 school records when she departed, she currently holds seven marks including season points (696), season field goals (294), career field goals (773), season field-goal attempts (554), most career double-figure scoring games (89) and most season double-figure scoring games (31 in 1985-86) in addition to the season scoring average mark.

She scored 18 points in the 1986 national championship game and was named to the all-tournament team.  She was the 1986 regional MVP and earned all-district honors that season.  A two-time All-North Central Conference selection in 1985 and 1986, she set four league career marks.

She was drafted by the Texas Twisters of the National Women's Basketball Association in 1986 and played for that team before going to Copenhagen, Denmark, to play for the SISU Danish National team.

She received her bachelor's degree in elementary education from Minnesota State-Moorhead and has taught and coached for 13 years.  She is currently teaching in the Mahnomen/Naytahwaush School District in Minnesota.

A native of Fosston, Minn., she played volleyball and basketball in high school, lettering six seasons in basketball, earning all-state honors as a junior and senior, and tallying a Fosston career-record 2,200 points.