Erin Partaker
Erin Partaker


Glenview, Ill.

High School:
Glenbrook South



2000-01: Finished her career as UIC?s all-time most accurate three-point shooter, knocking down 39% of her career trifectas?appeared in 28 games, starting 14?averaged 5.2 points and 2.4 rebounds while netting 31 treys as a senior?ranked second in the MCC in three-point accuracy (39%)? tallied a season-high 12 points, knocking in a career-best tying four treys, at Valparaiso on Dec. 16?also tallied a team-best six boards in the contest?netted 10 points and dished out a season-high three assists at Morgan State on Jan. 4?tied her season best with six boards at Troy State on Dec. 28? ?was a perfect 3-for-3 from behind the three-point arc, tallying nine points in UIC?s loss at Bradley on Nov. 30?was 2-for-2 from behind the arc, finishing with six points in the Flames? 65-63 MCC quarterfinal win over Cleveland State?wrapped up her four-year stint as a Flame ranked seventh on the career three-point list with 97 treys.

1999-2000: One of four Flames to appear in all 29 games, getting the starting nod in four contests?set single-season highs averaging 5.4 points and 2.1 rebounds per game as a junior?continued her precision as a three-point shooter, knocking down 28 treys while shooting 39 percent from behind the arc?remained on top of the UIC record books for career three-point percentage (.395)? named to the UIC Home Run Inn Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team after tying her career high of 15 points in the championship game versus Troy State? in the opening round against Delaware St., she tabbed a then season-high 10 points and handed out a career-best four assists...earned her third start of the season on Jan. 29 at UWGB, corralling a career-high eight rebounds while playing a career-best 38 minutes?scored 11 points, on 3-of-4 three-point shooting, at St. John?s on Dec. 14.

1998-99: Averaged 4.9 ppg and 1.7 rpg playing in all 27 games, getting the starting nod in 10 contests...scored in double-figures five times during the season...tallied a career-high 15 points, on 4-of-6 shooting from behind the three-point line, versus Butler...was the Flames' leader three-point field goal percentage (.367)...ranks 10th on the UIC all-time three-point field goal list with 38...scored 13 points, on perfect 5-of-5 shooting from the field, in UIC's MCC Championship quarterfinal game versus Detroit...tied a career-best with three assists, to go along with 13 points, against Brigham Young in the Pepsi Shootout...grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in the season opener at Northern Iowa...dropped in 10 points off the bench versus Detroit on Feb. 20...scored 12 points off the bench against DePaul on Dec. 28...had a career-best four steals at home versus Loyola College on Dec. 21.

1997-98: Saw action in 21 games, making 11 starts...sat out the first six games of the year with mononucleosis...came off the bench at Toledo to score a team-high 11 points, the first tallies of her collegiate career...converted three attempts from beyond the arc at Toledo...shot 90.9% from the foul line...made her first start at Butler and responded with seven points in a season-high 27 minutes of play...came off the bench at Wright Sate to score a team-best 10 points...shot 11-for-20 (55%) from three-point territory as a starter...contributed nine points at Detroit.

HIGH SCHOOL: Glenbrook South posted a 104-18 record in Partaker's four years as a member of the varsity squad...three-year starter...averaged 10.2 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 2.0 steals per game as a senior...finished her career in eighth place on the GBS scoring list with 827 points and ninth with 385 rebounds...two-time all-conference selection...member of the Pioneer Press All-Area Team as a senior...played on three conference and regional championship teams, a sectional championship team and the 1994 state championship team...former Flame Sara Petersen was her teammate on the state championship club in 1994...also an all-conference soccer player...for her career, shot 49% from the field, 44% from three-point range and 70% from the foul in 1996-97 campaign.