During her tenure with the Lynx, Wells went 152-70 (.685), including a 73-15 (.829) mark in conference play. She led Rhodes to 10 conference (SCAC and SAA) regular season titles, eight conference tournament championships and four NCAA Tournament appearances. She was named the conference coach of the year four times and the NFHCA Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year twice.
In 12 years, Wells coached 51 all-conference selections, 12 conference players of the year, 45 NFHCA All-Great Lakes and six NFHCA All-America honorees. Her teams won 10 or more games in 11 of her 12 seasons, including a school-record 17 wins in 2010.
Wells is a 2003 graduate of Rhodes, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She was a four-year member of the field hockey and softball teams, captained both teams as a senior and served on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee. Wells was an all-conference and NFHCA Academic Squad selection in her career.
After graduation, Wells returned to her alma mater and served as an assistant coach for both the field hockey and softball programs. She was named the head field hockey coach in 2005 and in 2011 added Coordinator of Facilities for Athletics to her duties. Wells has also served as the Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) since 2014.