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).
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 ... saw action in six games for Cardinal women in 2011.
High School: A 2010 Academic All-American ... 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.
High School: Major is undeclared, but interested in economics and Spanish ... 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 ... enjoys surfing, reading and watching sports.