Three Make First Team
Seven seniors to be honored pregame.
JUNIOR (2011): Named to the All-Pac-12 Second Team ... With seven career goals and six career assists, finished the season as the active Oregon State leader in points with 20 ... Came in at No. 92 on TopDrawerSoccer.com's Men's National Top 100 rankings after the season ... Made 16 starts and played in 17 total games ... Tallied 10 total points on four goals and two assists ... Finished second on the team in points and tied for the team lead in goals ... Notched all but one of his goals in Pac-12 contests, scoring marks against UMKC, San Diego State and California (2) ... Assisted on scores in games against Portland and Sacramento State ... Put three of his four shots on goal against San Diego State on Oct. 7 (L, 3-1).
SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in all 17 games and started 14 ... Had three goals and four assists on the season for 10 points ... Had 15 shots with nine on goal ... Had the game-winning goal against San Diego State in the conference opener ... Also had goals against Northern Illinois and Gonzaga ... Assists came against Northern Illinois, Gonzaga, San Diego State and California ... Played 1,141 minutes on the season, the sixth most on the team.
UNLV: Played in 19 games and started 12 ... Recorded two goals and four assists for eight points ... Had 18 shots with eight on goal ... Recorded one game-winning goal.
ODP: Member of the Oregon and Region IV ODP team since.
CLUB: Member of the ESU Eagles club team... Led team to three runner-up state finishes and the state championship in 2007.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Reynolds High School in Troutdale in 2005 ... Attended Centennial High School from 2006 through 2008 ... Named second team all-state as a senior ... Earned first team all-conference honors three times ... Selected team's Most Valuable Player two times ... Named all-state honorable mention as a freshman ... Graduated with a 3.5 GPA.
PERSONAL: Son of Roberto Farfan and Marisela Huerta ... Father is a distribution center manager ... Has one sister, Lency, and one younger brother, Marco ... Biggest athletic thrill to date was winning the PDL National Championship with the Portland Timbers ... Chose Oregon State because it's "closer to home and to have a true college life experience" ... Majoring in Business.