Played on eight consecutive AAU National Championship teams (1962-1969) with Nashville Business College, never losing a championship during her tenure with the NBC squad
Helped the USA claim a gold medal in the 1963 Pan American Games in Sao Paulo, Brazil, averaging 9.6 ppg as the team’s second-leading scorer
Was a member of the USA’s World
Championship Team that competed in Lima, Peru, in 1964
Selected as the United States’ beauty queen representative at the 1964 World Championship, placing second in the contest
Represented the United States in a variety of other international competitions during the 1960s, traveling through Europe (Germany, France, and three former Soviet republics) and Mexico as well as playing against the Russian National Team during a tour of the U.S.
Played on Porter High School’s (Maryville, Tenn.) 1959 state championship team, scoring the final field goal, which provided the winning margin in the state finals