She played for Spain at the 2015 and 2016 European Ladies' Team Championship, where the team finished third and second respectively. She won the 2018 European Ladies Amateur Championship held at the Penati Golf Resort in Slovakia, finishing a stroke ahead of Esther Henseleit. In the third round, she set a course record of 63. She qualified for the 2018 U. S. Women's Open, where she missed the cut. In 2018, she reached Stage II of the LPGA Q-School, which is to be played in mid-October.