updated 1/5/2007 3:19:37 PM ET 2007-01-05T20:19:37

A woman who went by “RoccerMom” on MySpace.com and listed nightclubs among her interests pleaded guilty Friday to manslaughter in a drunken car crash that killed her 15-year-old daughter’s friend after the three went out clubbing.

Under a plea deal, Ann Marie Ciarcia is to be sentenced to no more than two to six years in prison.

Ciarcia, 47, tearfully admitted that her blood alcohol level was nearly twice the legal limit when she drove the wrong way on the Saw Mill Parkway and slammed into another car Sept. 18. The driver of that car was seriously injured and 16-year-old Emily Cornish, who was in the back seat of Ciarcia’s car, died.

Ciarcia, daughter Alexa and Cornish had been returning home to Yorktown Heights after a night at the Continental Club in Manhattan.

In addition to second-degree manslaughter, Ciarcia pleaded guilty to vehicular assault and driving while intoxicated. Sentencing was set for March 23.

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