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#9 Hannah Farr
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'4"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hillsborough, Calif.
High School: St. Ignatius Prep
Major: Science, technology & society
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* All-America *

At Stanford:

After the 2014 season, Farr ranks among Stanford's career leaders in draw controls (106, eighth) and points (87, 15th).

As a Junior:

• MPSF Player of the Year.
• Became the fifth Stanford player to  earn All-America honors, having been named to the IWLCA All-America second team.
• First team IWLCA All-West Region.
• All-MPSF first-team.
• Named to the MPSF All-Tournament team.
• MPSF Offensive player of the week.
• Named to Tewaaraton Award watch list.
• Appeared in and started 19 games.
• Second on the team in points with 44.
• Second on the team in goals with 31, including a team-high four game-winning goals and a team-high 12 free-position goals.
• Second on the team in assists with 13.
• Recovered 33 ground balls and led the team in draw controls with 41, the ninth-highest total for a season in school history.
• Her 21 free-position shots ranks 13th for a season.
• Second on the team in shots with 70, and shots on goal with 51 (.729 sog %).
• Caused 13 turnovers.
• Scored goals in 13 consecutive games spanning from 2013 through the first three of the 2014 season.
• Recorded nine shots against Colorado (April 6) and six shots on goal against California (April 24).
• Grabbed a season-high six ground balls against Towson (March 7).
• Recorded six draw controls against Oregon (April 11).
• Helped clinch 11-9 season-opening victory by keeping possession for over a minute, before scoring the clinching goal with 3:25 left.
• Scored as time ran out in the first overtime half, on a free-position shot, to win at No. 11 Towson, 8-7.
• Named to the MPSF All-Academic team.

As a Sophomore in 2013:

Earned first team All-MPSF honors.
• Named MPSF Tournament Most Outstanding Player.
• Led Stanford with four game-winning goals and third on the team with 33 draw controls.
• Scored two goals - including the game-winner - picked up a draw control and a ground ball in Stanford's first NCAA Tournament victory over Notre Dame (May 10).
• Led the team with four ground balls and scored a goal in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Northwestern (May 12).
• Tallied three points (2-1), picked up two ground balls and two draw controls against Denver in the MPSF Tournament final (May 4).
• Scored four goals on five shots, picked up two draw controls and two ground balls in the MPSF Tournament semifinal against Cal (May 2).
• Tallied four points on three goals and an assist, and picked up two draw controls against UC Davis (April 25).
• Scored a hat trick, distributed an assist and picked up a ground ball against San Diego State (April 21).
• Scored twice, distributed two assists, picked up two ground balls two draw controls and cause three turnovers against Oregon (April 19).
• Picked up a team-best five draw controls, notched two points (1-1) and picked up two ground balls against No. 4 Northwestern (April 14).
• Scored a team-high four goals and added an assist to tie for a team-best five points against Fresno State (April 2).
• Tied for the most draw controls with four against Fresno State.
• Notched two goals, picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover against No. 19 James Madison (March 30).
• Scored twice and added an assist against Vanderbilt (March 26).
• Picked up three draw controls and two ground balls, and earned two points on a goal and an assist against Temple (March 10).
• Notched four points on two goals and two assists against USC (March 8).
• Tallied one goal, one assist, two ground balls and caused two turnovers against No. 13 Ohio State.
• Picked up a team-high five draw controls in season opener against No.9 Notre Dame (Feb. 16).
• Started all 20 matches.

As a Freshman in 2012:

• First team All-MPSF selection.
• Participated in all 18 games as a freshman, including 14 starts.
• Finished tied for third on the team in points with 27, scoring 23 goals and adding four assists.
• Tallied two game-winning goals.
• Finished second on the team in draw controls with 32.
• Scooped up 23 ground balls and caused 12 turnovers.

At Stanford:

• Also plays on the women's soccer team for Stanford.
• Helped the Cardinal to the 2011 NCAA title.
• Broke into starting lineup full-time as a senior at right outside back and helped the Cardinal to its sixth NCAA College Cup appearance in seven seasons.

High School:

• A 2010 Academic All-America.
• Led St. Ignatius to a national ranking of 25th in 2011 by Lacrosse Magazine.
• Also played soccer for St. Ignatius and first team All-WCAL and the newcomer and sophomore of the year in the conference.
• Ran cross country for one season.


• Major is science, technology, and society.
• Interested in a profession as a reporter for ESPN.
• Daughter of Brian and Sally Farr.
• One older brother, Jack and a younger brother, Will.
• Mother, Sally ran cross country and track at Stanford.
• Has two uncles and an aunt that played varsity sports at UCLA.

Career statistics:

 Yr. GP GS G A Pts Sh GB DC CT
2012 18 14 23 4 27 51 23 32 12
2013 20 20 33 13 46 72 21 33 11
2014 19 19 31 13 44 70 33 41 13
Totals 57 53 87 30 117 193 77 106 36