2013: 107 sets played, 183 kills (1.71/set), 84 blocks (.79/set) ... collected five kills and four total blocks at Chicago State (11/16) ... finished with seven kills, three service aces, and five total blocks at Idaho (11/8) ... earned 5 blocks against Kansas City (10/19) ... earned 11 kills against Grand Canyon (10/14) ... earned 10 kills against Idaho (10/11) ... earned 13 kills against Grand Canyon (10/2) ... earned 16 kills against Utah Valley (9/28) ... earned 6 kills and 4 blocks against Oregon (9/10)
2012: Academic All-WAC ... 109 sets played, 134 kills (1.23/set), 30 digs (0.28/set), 74 total blocks (0.68/set) ... Notched seven kills, two assists, one dig and and two block assists in start versus Louisiana Tech (11/10) ... made 10 kills, two service aces, two digs and five block assists in start versus UT Arlington (11/8) ... earned nine kills, one assists and one block assist in start at Idaho (11/3) ... recorded 10 kills and one dig in start at New Mexico State (10/29) ... earned three kills and one dig in start at UTSA (10/27) ... notched five kills and four block assists in start at Texas State (10/25) ... earned two kills, one assist and one dig in start versus Utah State (10/20) ... tallied two service aces and one block assist in start versus San Jose State (10/18 )... earned 7 kills, two digs and two block assists in start at UT Arlington (10/13) ... tallied four kills, two assists, two digs and three block assists in start during five-set match at Louisiana Tech (10/11) ... earned five kills, three digs and five block assists in start during 5 sets game vs Idaho (10/5) ... notched five kills, two digs and one block assist in start versus Texas State (9/29) ... earned three kills, one service assist, three digs and one block assist in start versus UTSA (9/27) ... notched four blocks and three kills in start at San Jose State (9/22) ... provided five blocks and three kills in start at Utah State (9/20) ... tallied seven kills and three blocks in start versus Denver (9/15) ... earned 16 kills, eight blocks, and two digs in start versus New Mexico State (9/13) ... notched three blocks, one kill, and one dig in start, five-set win versus Boise State (9/11) ... earned four blocks, two kills, and one dig in start versus Long Beach State (9/8) ... notched one kill and one block in start at #7 Washington (9/6) ... blocked one shot in start against Alabama State (9/1) ... earned one kill in start at Washington State (8/31) ... earned seven kills, three blocks, one ace, and one dig in start against Weber State (8/31) ... tallied four kills and three blocks In start at Wyoming (8/25) ... notched two blocks and one kill in start against San Francisco (8/25) ... earned eight kills and one ace in start versus Eastern Washington (8/24) ... tallied seven kills and six blocks in start versus Presbyterian (8/24)
2011: Farley played in 26 matches and was second on the team with 71 total blocks ... she was also fourth in kills with 108, and also tallied 27 digs and 11 aces ... tallied four kills in start at Saint Mary's (11/26) ... started at Pacific (11/25), notching four kills and two blocks ... started versus Portland State (11/10), tallying four digs and one block ... tallied eight kills, four digs, three blocks, and one assist in start versus Cal State Bakersfield (11/5) ... earned six kills, two digs, two blocks, and one ace in start, win versus Cal State Bakersfield (11/4) ... notched six kills and three blocks in start at Northern Colorado (10/29) ... earned four blocks, three kills, and one dig in start at UC Irvine (10/27) ... started at Sacramento State (10/21), notching three blocks, two digs, one ace, and one kill ... tallied three kills and a block in start at Nevada (10/20) ... earned six kills, three blocks, and one ace in start at Montana State (10/16) ... started at #23 Colorado State (10/6), earning five kills ... notched 13 kills, five blocks, and two digs in start, win at Boise State (10/4) ... earned six kills and five assisted blocks at UC Davis (9/17) ... blocked five attacks and tacked on three kills and two digs in start against Hofstra (9/17) ... earned four blocks and three kills in 3-0 win over Air Force (9/16) ... tallied 10 total blocks, a season high, while tacking on six kills and four digs in start, five-set win over Gonzaga (9/14) ... started versus Fresno State (9/10), pegging four kills, two blocks, and one ace ... tallied four kills and two blocks in start at Washington (9/8) ... notched five kills, a .571 hitting percentage, and four assisted blocks in start at Portland (9/6) ... came off the bench and tallied one assisted block at Oregon State (9/5) ... saw action off bench against Loyola Marymount (9/4), tallying three kills, two aces, and a dig ... started against CSU Bakersfield (9/4) and notched four kills and two digs ... tallied two kills, two total blocks, and one dig in start at Oregon (9/2) ... started at Portland State (8/31), tallying five kills, three digs, three total blocks, and one ace ... earned first start of the year versus Washington State (8/27), tallying five total blocks, four kills and four digs ... saw action as a sub at middle hitter versus Santa Clara (8/26).
2010: Farley played in 28 matches her first year at Seattle University. She was fourth on the team with 73 blocks, and fifth in kills (117) and service aces (13). She had a season high eight blocks at Santa Clara (Sept. 26), and had nine kills in a match twice, at Gonzaga (Sept. 18) and at Stetson (Oct. 23).
Central Catholic HS: Farley helped the Rams reach the playoffs in three straight seasons, finishing third in the state in both 2007 and 2008 before winning the state championship in 2009. She was a two-time all-league honoree as well as a second team all-state selection in 2009. Away from the court, she was a member of the National Honor Society, serving as the club's treasurer in 2009-10.
Club Volleyball: Farley played for the Rose City Volleyball Club from 2006 to 2008 before joining the Portland Volleyball Club from 2008 to 2010. In 2009, she competed in the Junior Olympics in Miami and was also part of the squad that won the Columbia Empire Volleyball Association regional championship.
Personal: Born Sept. 29, 1991, Farley is the oldest daughter of Chris and Cecilia Farley and has a younger sister named Avery. She is majoring in biology with plans to take the pre-veterinary track on her way to becoming an equine veterinarian. Since she was five years old, she has participated in competitive show jumping up and down the West Coast.