Hometown: Phoenix, AZ
Age: 25 (12/17/1993)
College: Arizona State University
The Washington Spirit drafted Cali Farquharson with the 12th overall pick in the 2016 NWSL College Draft. In 2016, the rookie played in 16 games, 8 starts, totaling 561 minutes. After returning from injury, she played in 10 games, totaling 352 minutes during her second professional season in 2017.
2017: Played in 10 games, totaling 352 minutes….posted a team high 77% passing accuracy among forwards… 2016: Played in 16 games, 8 starts, totaling 561 minutes
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
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…Scored five goals in ASU’s last four games of the season…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)…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)…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.