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Andi Farrah
Andi  Farrah

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Pickerington, Ohio

High School:
Pickerington Central

Height:
5-6

Position:
OF

09/24/2017

Ohio State Sweeps Doubleheader with Wright State

Six Buckeyes batted at least .400 against the Raiders

09/24/2017

Ohio State Sweeps Doubleheader with Wright State

Six Buckeyes batted at least .400 against the Raiders

03/26/2017

Buckeyes Complete Big Ten-Opening Sweep of Maryland

Ohio State scores a season-high 22 runs on 19 hits

03/12/2017

Hursh, McCombs, Ray Combine to Blank Delaware State, Mercer

Buckeyes run winning streak to three straight

02/01/2017

2017 Season Preview

Buckeyes hoping to build on last year's NCAA Tournament berth

CAREER HONORS
• OSU Scholar-Athlete

AS A FRESHMAN (2017)
• Played in 33 games and scored 11 runs.
• The Buckeyes were 10-1 in games in which she scored a run.
• Stole six base, fourth most on the team.
• Starter at DP vs. Georgia and Central Florida. Recorded her first collegiate hit vs. Georgia.
• Played left field vs. Maryland (3/26) and center vs. Wright State (3/29).

PRIOR TO OHIO STATE
• 2016 first team All-Ohio.
• Played her first two years of high school softball at North Canton Hoover before transferring to Pickerington Central.
• Two-time member of the Columbus Dispatch All-Metro team.
• In 2015, hit over .500 and broke Pickerington Central’s single-season record for hits.
• Member of the OHSAA Division I state champions in 2013 and 2014, batting over .500 each season.
• As a freshman, had three hits in the state championship game and helped Hoover finish 34-0.
• In 2014, was member of the 50-50-50 club (50+ hits, 50+ runs, 50+ RBI).
• Plays club ball for the Ohio Lasers.
• Won an ASA national championship in 2014 with current Buckeye Emily Clark.
• Lists her greatest sports thrill as winning a state championship and national championship in the same year.

PERSONAL
• Mother is Debbie Flaherty and step-father is JP Flaherty.
• Has two older sisters – Nikki and Ally. Ally plays softball at Ashland University.
• Member of the National Honors Society.
• Would like to pursue a career in the medical field following graduation.

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