Schenke was a three-time All-American and named Netminder of the Year by the Centennial Conference in each of her four seasons. In her first year in goal for the Diplomats, she recorded a 95 percent save percentage and was awarded second-team All-America honors. As a junior and a first-team All-American, Schenke set individual records with 63 saves in a game against Bloomsburg and saves in a season with 419. The single-game saves record broke her own record mark of 42, set as a freshman. She started in 51 straight games before missing the final game of the 1993 season due to an injury. As a senior, Schenke once again earned All-America accolades, as she started in all 17 games and recorded a 90.9% save percentage, allowing only 2.03 goals per game. She ended her career with 24 career shutouts.