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Cali Farquharson
Player Profile:
Cali Farquharson 1262725
Position: Forward
Height: 5'7"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.
High School: Shadow Mountain
Major: Biological Sciences
Experience: 3 Letters

Feature Story: Farquharson impacting ASU soccer in freshman year (The State Press/Sept. 25, 2012)

Feature Story: Cali Farquharson, ASU soccer ready for NCAA opener (The Arizona Republic/Nov. 8, 2012)

CAREER NOTES

• Concluded her Sun Devil career No. 2 on the school’s all-time list in career goals (44) and career points (102) and tied for second in career game winning goals (13). Is also the only Sun Devil soccer player to account for double-digit goal totals all four years of her career – 10/10/14/10.

• Holds the school record for most consecutive games scoring a goal (8).

• Played in 74 career games (72 starts).

• Led the team in goals and points all four years of her career.

• Earned NSCAA All-Region honors three times and All-Pac-12 honors three times.

2015

• Earned First-Team NSCAA All-Region and First-Team All-Pac-12 recognition following a season in which she led the team in goals (10) and points (24) despite missing 4.5 games due to injury.

• Earned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention notice and was one of 10 finalists for the Senior CLASS Award.

• Scored four goals in ASU’s first four games – one in season opener vs. Portland State (Aug. 21), two vs. UNLV (Aug. 28) and one vs. Pepperdine (Sept. 11).

• Scored her fifth goal in the first half of ASU’s sixth game of the season at Oklahoma State (Sept. 18). Did not play in the second half of the game after injuring her hamstring. The injury would keep her out of ASU’s next four games – at Oklahoma (Sept. 20), vs. Washington State (Sept. 27), vs. Stanford (Oct. 2) and vs. Cal (Oct. 4).

• Assisted on Jessica Raybe’s game-tying goal at UCLA (Oct. 11).

• Scored five goals in ASU’s last four games of the season. 

• Was responsible for the only goal of the game (via penalty kick) in ASU’s 1-0 win over Oregon on Senior Day (Oct. 25).

• Added her seventh goal of the season at Utah (Oct. 30).

• Concluded her career in dramatic fashion, posting the third hat-trick of her career in ASU’s 4-1 win at Arizona (Nov. 6). The three goals gave her 10 for the season making her the first Sun Devil to post a double-digit goal total all four years of her career.

2014

• Earned First-Team NSCAA All-Regional and First-Team All-Pac-12 recognition in addition to being named a Second-Team Scholar All-America by the NSCAA.

• Was named to Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team.

• Concluded her junior season as ASU’s leader in goals (14) and points (32) for the third consecutive season. 

• Finished tied for first in the Pac-12 in goals per game (0.67) and third in points per game (1.52). 

• Was named the Pac-12 Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week on Sept. 15 after she scored five goals in ASU’s wins over New Mexico State (two goals) and Nevada (three goals) at the Cats Classic in Tucson. The three goals vs. Nevada, which came in the span of less than six minutes (5:46), represented the second time she tied the single-game school record for goals. 

• Earned Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week honors a second time after scoring her ninth goal in ASU’s 1-1 tie vs. No. 1 UCLA (Sept. 26). • Farquharson had two goals in both ASU’s 2-0 win at USC (Oct. 17) and its 2-1 win at Utah (Nov. 2), the ninth & 10th multi-goal games of her career.

• Was limited due to injury in ASU’s NCAA contests vs. Northern Arizona and Kentucky.

2013

• Earned Second-Team All-Pac-12 and Second-Team NSCAA All-Region honors.

• Was named to Pac-12 All-Academic First Team.

• For the second straight season, Farquharson led the team in goals (10 – tied for the second-highest, single-season total in program history) and points (22).

• Finished second in the Pac-12 in goals per game, third in points per game (1.16) and tied for fifth in GW goals (4).

• Scored at least one goal in the first five and six of the first seven games of the season, including back-to-back two-goal games at Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 1) and vs. Illinois (Sept. 8).

• Was named to the Sun Devil Classic All-Tournament team following a weekend in which she produced three goals and one assist in ASU’s wins over Illinois (Sept. 6) and Kansas (Sept. 8). Farquharson scored two goals, including the game winner in the 107th minute of ASU’s 4-3, double-overtime win over Illinois on Sept. 6. 

• One week later she was named to the Cats Classic All-Tournament Team after scoring two goals in ASU’s win over Southern Utah (Sept. 15). It marked the fifth time in her career that she has scored multiple goals in a game.

• Scored the game-winning goal in ASU’s 2-1, come-from-behind, double-overtime win over Utah (Nov. 3).

2012

• Proved to be a difference maker as she finished first on the team in both goals (10 – tied for fifth in the Pac-12) and points (24 –  fifth in the Pac-12) on her way to earning Pac-12 All-Freshman honors and the team’s Newcomer of the Year award.

• Her 10 goals tied for the seventh-highest single-season total by a Sun Devil while her 24 points were the 10th-highest single-season total in program history. 

• Scored the first two goals of her career in ASU's 4-0 win at NAU (Aug. 24).

• Added her third goal of the season in ASU's 2-2 tie at Kansas (Sept. 2).

• In ASU’s 5-4 double OT win over USC on Sept. 28, Farquharson tied the single-game school record with three goals (also tied the single-game high by a Pac-12 player in 2012), while her eight points (three goals, two assists) against USC set a new single-game school record and were the most by any Pac-12 player in 2012.

• Played a major role in ASU’s 4-0-1 unbeaten run at the end of the regular season, which propelled the Sun Devils into the NCAA Tournament. Scored goals in three of the last four games of the regular season, including the game-winning goal in back-to-back 2-1 wins over Colorado (scored with 22 seconds left in double overtime) and Arizona (scored with 1:53 left in regulation).

• Concluded the season by scoring a goal in ASU’s 3-1 loss to Baylor in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

• Three of her four assists on the season set up game-winning goals – Devin Marshall’s goal in ASU’s 1-0 win over Pepperdine (Sept. 9), Tommi Goodman’s goal in ASU’s 5-4 double OT win over USC (Sept. 28) and Kaitlyn Pavlovich’s goal in ASU’s 2-1 win at Oregon (Oct. 21).

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB

• A 2012 graduate of Shadow Mountain High School (Phoenix, Ariz).

• Was Shadow Mountain's team MVP her freshman season and leading goal scorer her junior season.

• Was named to the East Valley Tribune's all-Division II second team in 2012.

• Played club soccer for SC Del Sol '94 team.

• Was named to ECNL All-Event Team in both Temecula and Phoenix.

PERSONAL

• Major is Biological Sciences.

• Parents are Ian and Paula Farquharson. 

• Has two brothers: Ryan and Conor.

• Enjoys reading, spending time on the beach and utilizing various apps on her smartphone.

• Born December 17, 1993 in Yakota, Japan.

• Full name is Cali Farquharson.

 

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