- 2015 NCAA All-Tournament Team
- 2015 Tewaaraton Watch List
- 2014-15 U.S. National Team member
- 2014 IWLCA First Team All-American
- 2014 IWLCA First Team All-Region
- 2014 Tewaaraton Watch List
- 2014 First Team All-ACC
- 2012 IWLCA Second Team All-Region
- 2012 Synapse Sport All-Rookie Team
As a Senior in 2015: Started in 21 games at midfield ... recorded 32 goals and 32 assists ... scored a hat trick and picked up three draw controls against North Carolina (2/22) … recorded five points (3G, 2A), two ground balls and two caused turnovers vs. Florida (3/14) … tallied two goals and two assists vs. JMU (3/21) … notched four points (3G, 1A) vs. Northwestern (3/26) ... scored a season-high five goals and recorded two ground balls, three draw controls and one caused turnover against Princeton (4/8) … tallied four goals against UMass (5/10) ... notched two goals and three assists against Northwestern (5/17) ... team captain.
As a Junior in 2014: IWLCA First Team All-American...Tewaaraton nominee...First Team All-ACC...ACC Championship All-Tournament team... NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team…started in all 24 games for the Terps…posted a career-high six goals against Towson (3/26)…scored at least one goal in all but two games for the Terps…notched four scores on four different occasions...posted a hat trick in nine games... caused two turnovers against North Carolina (4/9)...notched four goals against Virginia in the ACC semifinals (4/25) and posted a hat trick against Penn (5/11), Duke (5/15) and Northwestern (5/23) in the NCAA tournament...registered team-high 94 points and 33 assists in 2014.
As a Sophomore in 2013: One of Maryland's most consistent midfielders....saw action in all 23 games...tallied 25 goals and 20 assists in 2013...notched an assist in season opener against Richmond (2/10)... tallied one goal and two assists to help defeat Syracuse 19-11 (2/17)... earned one goal and one assist to help top Duke 15-6 (2/24)... earned a goal and two assists against Virginia (3/1) and UMBC (3/5)... notched a goal and three assists against Penn State (3/9)... earned two goals, an assist and three ground balls against Boston College (3/16)... picked up three ground balls against Stony Brook (3/17)... notched a goal and caused a turnover against William & Mary (3/20)... added a goal and an assist against James Madison (3/23)... earned a hat trick against Towson (3/26)... notched two goals to help top Penn 15-10 (3/30)...also recorded 31 ground balls, 13 draw controls and 11 caused turnovers.
As a Freshman in 2012: IWLCA Second Team All-South Region...Synapse Sport All-Rookie Team...started all 23 games for Maryland ... recorded three goals and an assist against UMass (5/12) in her first NCAA tournament action...notched two goals and an assist against William & Mary (2/12) ... tallied three goals, an assist and four draw controls in a win against Delaware (2/16) ... added three goals and one ground ball against Duke (2/25) ... scored three goals against No. 6 Virginia (3/2) ... recorded a career-high four goals against Boston College (3/17)...dished two assists against Stony Brook (3/20)...tallied seven draw controls in her first two matches as a Terp...scored four goals against Virginia Tech (4/14)...recorded three or more goals in seven games...notched hat trick and added three draw controls against Georgetown (4/25)
Prep: Member of U.S. U19 National team...team earned gold medal at 2011 FIL World Cup...three-sport star at Farmingdale High School...All-American in lacrosse...four-time All-State and All-County...Dalers were three-time state champions...Nassau County Conference Player of the Year in basketball as a senior and NYS top 50...four-time all-county in both soccer and basketball...competed for Long Island Yellow Jackets from 2005-11.
Personal: Born March 28, 1993... daughter of Terry and Valerie McPartland...has six siblings; Brian, Stacey, Michael, Jamie, Courtney, and Tommy...received distinguished awards in the National Honor Society in 2010 and 2011 and made Deans List her final three years in high school... favorite pregame meal is pasta... came to Maryland because she "loved the coaches and the team, as well as the campus and its location"...major is kinesiology.