|Competitor for the United States|
|Gold||1981 World University Games Bucharest, Romania||Team Competition|
|Gold||1983 Edmonton||Team competition|
|Gold||1984 Jones Cup Taipei, Taiwan||Team Competition|
|Gold||1984 Los Angeles||Team competition|
|World University Games|
She played college basketball at Oregon State University from 1979-1981. She was All-Conference three years, and was an All-American her senior year, leading the nation in field goal percentage at .750. She still holds Oregon State's career records for points (2,243), rebounds (901) and field goal percentage (.692).
Menken-Schaud was chosen to represent the USA on the USA Basketball team at the 1981 World University games, held in Bucharest, Romania and coached by Kay Yow. After winning the opening game, the USA was challenged by China, who held a halftime lead. The USA came back to win by two points, helped by 26 points from Denise Curry. The USA also was challenged by Canada, who led at halftime, but the USA won by three points 79–76. The USA beat host team Romania, behind 23 points from Menken-Schaud, to set up a match with undefeated Russia for the gold medal. The Russian team was too strong, and won the gold, leaving the USA with the silver medal. Menken-Schaud averaged 10.4 points per game.
Menken-Schaudt played on the 1983 World University games team, coached by Jill Hutchison. She averaged 11 points per games, and had a 25 point contribution in the semi-final against Yugoslavia, a game the USA won by only a single point. She helped the team go on to the win the gold medal.
In 1984, the USA sent its National team to the 1984 William Jones Cup competition in Taipei, Taiwan, for pre-Olympic practice. The team easily beat each of the eight teams they played, winning by an average of just under 50 points per game. Menken-Schaudt averaged 4.1 points per game.
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