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McFarlane's career in New Britain helped build the women's soccer program into one of the most successful in conference history. She won a pair of NEC tournament titles, and three regular season crowns, in her four seasons. She was a four-time First Team All-Conference selection. McFarlane was named the NEC Player of the Year in 1997. She still holds the school record for single season points (49), single season goals (23), career points (114) and career goals (51). She capped her career with the Blue Devils by earning the coveted Gail Rutz Award, given to the top senior female student-athlete at CCSU each year.