2007: After an exceptional year received the prestigious Virginia K. Frank award for the most outstanding female athlete at Colorado State. She earned All-American honors in long jump during both the indoor and outdoor seasons, placing fifth and sixth respectively, also raising her school records to over 21'. She captured both MWC championship long jump titles as well as placing seventh at the USA Championship, where she was selected to compete for Team USA at the Pan Am Games, held in Rio de Janeiro. She ran an NCAA provisional qualifying time in the 60 while earning all-conference and is now ranked third all-time in school history in the 100 with a time of 11.69. She also earned academic all conference honors.
2006: Redshirted the outdoor season. Finished 14th at the NCAA championship in the 60 meters. Ran a personal best and set the school record with a 7.31 in the prelims of the MWC championship and finished second. Also won the MWC title in the long jump and broke her own school record with a leap of 20-4.5.
2005: Ran the fourth-fastest time in school history en route to a second-place finish in the 100 at the MWC championship. Broke the school long jump record twice and earned all-conference honors, placing second. Qualified for the NCAA regionals and placed in the top 11 in both events. At the MWC indoor championship, finished second in both the 60 meters and the long jump, earning all-conference in both.
2004: Broke the school record in the long jump, then finished second at the MWC championship. During the indoor season, finished second in the long jump and fifth in the 60 meters at the conference championship.