2004: Has started seven of her 39 career games played...appeared in 12 games in 2004, while starting five...played an important part of Pittsburgh's midfield...named a Big East Academic All-Star for the second time.
2003: Played a key role in the Panthers' offense off the bench as she appeared in 15 contests...recorded her first career assist against Georgetown (Sept. 26)...finished the season with three shots...named a 2003-04 Big East Academic All-Star.
2002: Played in 12 contests for the Panthers...registered one start on the year in a 3-0 victory against Lehigh (Sept. 8).
HIGH SCHOOL: Led The Paideia School to two straight GSAA A/AA state championships in 2000 and 2001...named second-team all-county in 2000 by the Atlanta Journal Constitution...earned honorable mention status as a junior in 2001...her teams at The Paideia School were a combined 60-9 in her three years of competition...played on Tophat Gold club team from 1995-2002 and a team captain for five years...led Tophat to a second-place finish in the state championships in 2001 and 2002...played on The Paideia School's basketball team...earned internship award and the Coca-Cola Leadership Award as a junior...served as secretary and president of student government.
PERSONAL: Born April 26, 1984...daughter of Mac and Ginna McFarling...has two sisters...rehabilitation science major.
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