Carey Faber

Soquel, Calif.

High School:
Soquel HS '08



Art Studio

2011: Played in 29 games for 262 minutes... Scored 16 goals with career-high 19 assists... Tallied 11 steals, 5 drawn exclusions (4 kickouts, 1 five-meter) and 4 steals... Twice scored 2 goals: at Cal State Bakersfield (3/26) and in Big West semifinal vs. UC Irvine (4/30)... Also had 2 steals and assist vs. Roadrunners... Notched 2 steals and 2 assists vs. Fresno Pacific (3/14)... Enjoyed five 2-assist games.

2010: Appeared in all 33 games... Scored 31 goals with 17 assists in just 410 minutes, again leading team in points per 32 minutes (3.75)... Shot 13-for-33 on 6-on-5 situations, 4-for-4 on five-meter chances... Posted 10 steals, 12 drawn exclusions and 3 field blocks... Tallied first collegiate hat trick vs. Harvard (3/15), then matched it two weeks later vs. UC San Diego (3/27)... Shot 8-for-17 during Roadrunner Invitational (3/27-3/28).

2009: Played in 32 games for 250 minutes... Ranked as team's most productive regular on a per-minute basis, scoring 20 goals and 13 assists for 4.22 points per 32 minutes... In comparison, senior Lindsay Kiyama averaged 4.10 (85 points in 664 minutes)... Also had 16 steals and 3 field blocks... Hit 4 of 5 five-meter penalty shots... Shot 2-for-2 with 2 assists and a steal vs. Concordia (2/14), one of six 2-goal performances.

SOQUEL HS '08: Earned Cal/Hawaii All-America, first-team Central Coast Section and Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League MVP honors as a senior... Played for USWP zone team... Helped team to three 20-win seasons and four SCCAL titles... Captured first-team All-SCCAL and SCCAL Junior of the Year distinction in 2006... Added All-CCS honorable mention that year... Scored 95 goals as a junior, 107 as a senior... Played club ball for Soquel Wax-em.

PERSONAL: Born in Watsonville, Calif.... Majoring in art studio... Parents are Richard & Colleen Faber... Twin brother Elliot also starred in water polo at Soquel HS... Career highlight was scoring 107 goals as a senior... If she won $1 million, she would help her parents finish remodeling the house.