|Olympic medal record|
|Gold||1984 Los Angeles||Basketball|
|Competitor for United States|
|World University Games|
|Gold||1983 Edmonton, Canada||Team Competition|
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-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 for the USA team.
She was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 1993 and currently lives in Philomath, Oregon with her husband Ken and her two children.
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- "TWELVTH WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES -- 1983". USA Basketball. Retrieved 03 May 2013.
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