Georgetown return home to host Longwood at Cooper Field on Sunday
Hoyas and Lancers to meet for the 14th time
Hoyas have won five of their last seven contests at Cooper Field
Twenty-two Georgetown alumnae gathered at Multi-Sport Field on Sunday, April 14, to take on the current players.
2006: Started every game for Georgetown ... Tied for the team-lead with two others with 11 points ... Second on the squad with four goals ... In a three-way tie for the lead in assists (3) ... Second on the team with a .722 shot-on-goal percentage ... Tallied her first assist in GU's first win of the season, a 3-0 shutout of St. Francis (Pa.) ... Recorded her first goal of the season in a heartbreaking 3-2 loss to Towson on September 13 ... Recorded a vital unassisted goal in a 4-3 win over Bucknell on September 23 and scored another two unassisted goals on the year, at UMBC and against Davidson ... Recorded her first point in BIG EAST Conference play with an assist against Rutgers.
2005: Started all 17 games for the Hoyas ... Led in all offensive categories: goals (6), assists (5), points (17), game-winning goals (1) ... Ended the season with a .562 shot-on-goal percentage ... Recipient of the 2005 Coaches' Award.
High School: A three-sport athlete in field hockey, soccer and track & field ... Received the 2004 C. Markland Kelly Award for investment in Bryn Mawr's athletic program, sportsmanship and potential...2004 Division A Champions ... 2004 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) Division A all-star ... All-State second team ... All-Metro second team...Recipient of the Norma Simmons Scholarship for support and commitment to athletics at Bryn Mawr ... Member of the Baltimore Girls' School Leadership Coalition 2003-05 ... Recipient of the Caryatid Award her senior year ... Made the Honor Roll all four years.
Personal: Born on July 26, 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland ... Daughter of Blair Farrand and Monica Graham ... Brother, Andrew, attends Georgetown ('07).
Farrand's Career Statistics