Worth was a lacrosse standout at F&M having twice been named
a first team All-American and All-Middle Atlantic Conference (1991
and 1992) on stellar teams that made NCAA Championship Tournament
appearances in each of her four years.
At the time of her graduation, Worth ranked sixth in career points (138), ninth in career goals (80), and was tied with Tina Stathis for second in career assists (58). She remains in the top 25 in points and assists, and top 35 in goals. Her 38 assists as a senior had been the second most helpful season on record and still ranks in the top ten
Her junior year, Worth led the team to an undefeated regular season with a 14-0 record and the MAC Championship. The squad was selected for the NCAA Division III lacrosse championships, winning its first game before falling in the semifinals, the first setback of the season. Worth scored 36 goals and assisted on 20 more for the 15-1 Diplomats. At the end of the year she was named to the Pennsylvania Region IWLCA All-Star team and was accorded IWLCA first team All-American honors.
During her senior season, Worth again was the team's leader recording a career-high 42-goals, 38 assists for 80 points. F&M finished with a 12-3 season record and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals. At the end of the season she was named to the MAC East All-Star team and was again named USWLA first team All-American honors. As a sophomore, her Diplomats posted a record of 11-5 and won the MAC-East Championship. The team was selected for the NCAA Division III Playoffs, advancing to the quarterfinals.