|| Jennifer Farenbaugh
Farenbaugh at Stanford - 2003: Started all 21 games and tallied 32 shots ... scored two goals and added one assist ... tied for fourth on the team in scoring with five points ... scored the game-winning goals against Harvard and Washington ... an honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic selection.
2002: Named honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... recorded one goal and seven shots in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament against Cal Poly ... finished the year ranked third on the team in scoring with 18 points on seven goals and four assists ... played in 18 games, starting 10, with her first career start coming against Montana ... ranked as the team's top freshman scorer with seven goals ... netted her first collegiate goal with the game-winner against Texas A&M ... collected two goals against Arizona ... notched the game-winner against Washington ... tallied one goal and two assists against Montana ... finished the season with 38 shots, 18 on goal.
Prep: Honored as a 2002 Parade Magazine and NSCAA All-American ... named a Sports Magazine Second-Team All-America Student in 2002 ... a member of the U-19 National Team Pool ... named Louisville High School MVP ... posted 35 goals during her senior campaign to top the school's record books for goals in a single season ... earned first-team all-CIF-SS Division IV accolades ... selected to the Los Angeles Times first-team all-region squad ... named the Mission League Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... named CIF-SS Division IV Offensive Player of the Year as a junior ... selected as the 2001 Daily News All-Region Player of the Year ... captained her high school team during junior and senior seasons.
Personal: Born Sept. 8, 1984 ... daughter of Mike and Kathy Farenbaugh ... her high school jersey was retired after her senior year and now hangs in the athletic center ... father, Mike, pitched for the Arizona baseball team ... sister, Nicole, played soccer at Cal State Northridge ... brother, Steve, plays soccer at Claremont-McKenna College ... competed with the U-21 National Team in 2003 ... majoring in human biology.
Farenbaugh's Year-by-Year Statistics