Unless it has USB audio interface built in, no. Also better to lose the Audacity, it is buggy and inefficient workflow.
I have lost Audacity somewhat...I'm now using Hi-Q Recorder for my mic work and Audacity to edit the sound files that come from it. That seems to be working with the audio setup built in to my laptop (Acer Aspire One 722 with Conexant HD Audio Card).
All I need now is about 50 or 60 bucks to get a mixer somewhere...