• Member of seven ASA Women's Major National Championship teams (1990-92, 1996-99)
• Nine-time ASA First-Team All-American (1990-93, 1995-99)
• Four-time Bertha Tickey pitching award winner at the ASA Major National (1992, 1997-99)
• Six-time MVP at the ASA Women’s Major National (1991-92, 1996-99)
• ASA Sports Woman of the Year in 1991 and 1992
2002 • Selected to the USA Softball National Training Team
2001 • Finalist for the Women’s Sports Foundation’s Flo Hyman Memorial Award
2000 • USOC Athlete of the Month for July
• Finalist for the Women’s Sports Foundation’s Sportswoman of the Year Award
• Finalist for the James E. Sullivan Memorial Award, annually presented to the country’s top amateur athlete
• Pitched five consecutive perfect games on pre-Olympic tour, a feat believed to be unmatched in softball history. Finished the tour with seven perfect games - inlcuding one contest where she struck out all 21 batters she faced - a 12-0 record and 0.00 ERA. She recorded 188 strikeouts and allowed just eight hits and two walks in 79.1 innings. At the plate, posted team-high .464 batting average (58-for-125), with 41 runs scored, 11 doubles, nine home runs and 52 RBI.
1999 • Gold medalist at the National Team Festival in Fresno, CA. Led the festival with 33 strikeouts in 21 innings.
1997 • Led the East squad to the gold medal at the USA Softball National Team Festival in Midland, MI. She led all pitchers with a 3-0 record and 37 strikeouts. At the plate, she hit .381 average with one home run and two RBI.
1995 • Member of the gold medal-winning North team at the U.S. Olympic Festival
1994 • Competed in the U.S. Olympic Festival in St.
• USA Softball Leadership Award winner
1992 • Runner-up for the Babe Zaharias Female Athlete of the Year Award
1991 • Gold medalist in the U.S. Olympic Festival in Los Angeles, CA
• Birthday: February 22, 1971
• Assistant coach at UCLA
• Member of the Board of Trustees of the Women’s Sports Foundation