Mary was the first All-American women's tennis player from F&M, putting a relatively young program among the elite in the country in 1982. Playing only half her freshman season, Mary was able to compile an 8-3 record. She played as an independent as a sophomore, then returned to collegiate competition as a junior, going undefeated as the No.1 singles player in the spring season and qualified for the Middle Atlantic Conference singles final.
Her overall record that year was 15-1. As a senior, Mary went 9-1 in the spring, won the MAC singles title and advanced to the NCAA Division III singles championships quarterfinal round. Mary finished with a 39-7 career record in dual matches and a 48-9 overall slate. She achieved her outstanding record playing exclusively at the No.1 singles position, where her opposition was always the other team?s top player. Mary graduate with a B.A. degree in geology. She is a Lancaster resident and host of WGAL TV-8's "Susquehanna People."