Parks' Career Stats
• WomensLacrosse.com Player of the Week (May 2)
• WomensLax.com Player of the Week (May 2)
• Inside Lacrosse Player of the Week (May 2)
• DartmouthSports.com Female Athlete of the Week (May 4)
Continued her streak of appearing in every game in her career with appearances in all 16 contests, including 14 starts ... Joined the 100-point club with a goal and an assist on consecutive possesions against Harvard on April 29 ... Scored arguably Dartmouth's biggest goal of the season with the overtime winner against No. 1 Maryland on May 1 with eight seconds remaining in the extra period ... That OT goal against the Terps was third of the game for Parks ... She had previously scored three goals the week before against Princeton (April 23) in a 15-10 Dartmouth win ... Adding an assist against the Tigers, Parks set a new season-best mark with four points ... Opened the season with three assists against cross-state rival UNH on Feb. 26 ... Had three or more points in a game on five occasions, including against Oregon (March 23) as she scored once and added two assists ... Recognized with several individual accolades from lacrosse media outlets for her play against Harvard and No. 1 Maryland.
• All-Ivy Second Team
• WomensLacrosse.com Honor Roll (April 5)
One of the most feared attackers in the game as a sophomore ... One of five players to start all 16 games, she ranked second on the team in scoring with 42 points on 32 goals and 10 assists ... Contributed a point in ever game this season and has a scoring streak of 20 games ... Was a remarkable shooter, scoring on 78 percent of her shot attempts and putting 90 percent on goal (all but four shots all season) ... Scored a big second-half goal in the Ivy Championship loss at #6 Penn, May 2 ... Scored two goals in the Ivy Semifinal win over Cornell, April 30 ... Recorded a three-goal hat trick in the win at Harvard on April 21 ... Tallied two goals and three draws in the win at Cornell, April 10 ... Scored three goals and three assists in the victory over Siena, also grabbing two draw controls, April 6 ... Scored four goals each in wins over Brown, April 3 and #18 Boston University, March 31 ... Powered Dartmouth past #6 Syracuse on the road with four goals, two assists, three ground balls on March 24 ... Scored two goals in the win at #8 Notre Dame on March 7.
Freshman (2009): One of just five players and the only freshman to start all 16 games ... Tallied 33 points and led the team with 31 draw controls ... Asserted herself against #4 Duke, grabbing five draw controls and scoring a goal, May 3 ... Tallied three points and a draw in the Ivy win over Columbia on April 26 ... Scored three goals in the victory over Brown, March 28 ... Exploded for five goals and four draw controls in the win over Fairfield on March 24 ... Added three goals, four draws and two ground balls in the overtime loss to #2 Maryland, March 18 ... Had her first multi-goal game with four at UMass, March 4 ... Made her first collegiate appearance and start at Vermont, dishing out three assists on Feb. 24.
Before Dartmouth: Standout lacrosse and field hockey athlete at Centennial ... US Lacrosse First Team All-American in 2007 and honorable mention in 2008 ... Two-time first team all-county and second team all-metro honoree ... Team captain for Centennial's Maryland Regional Championship team her senior year ... Won the same title with field hockey as a senior ... Two-time Baltimore Sun Player of the Year and first team all-county and all-metro as a junior and senior.
Personal: Daughter of Michael and Mary Parks ... Born on a military base in Munich, Germany ... National Honor Society member ... Older sister, Chelsea, played lacrosse at North Carolina ... History major.