Farrah Sullivan

Farrah  Sullivan


Waynesboro, Miss.

High School:
Wayne County




Academic Accolades

More than 200 UCF student-athletes named to AAC All-Academic Team


Good To Be A Knight

Knights pulled in three of the American Athletic Conference's major awards and earned a program-best eight all-conference selections.


Field of Dreams

Farrah Sullivan will open the 2014 softball season on the 1-year anniversary of her father's passing.


Softball Dominates Fall Schedule

Knights take four straight


13 Softball Players Named NFCA Division I Scholar-Athletes

The Knights had the 20th best team GPA in the nation.


UCF Softball vs. Fordham

The Knights picked up a 2-1 victory on Sunday against Fordham at the UCF Knights Invitational

  • An EVERYDAY CHAMPION - Field of Dreams
  • 2015 American Athletic Conference First Team/li>
  • 2014 American Athletic Conference Player of the Year and All-Conference First Team
  • 2014 The American All-Tournament Team
  • 2013 NFCA Division-I Scholar Athlete
  • 2012 All-Conference USA Second Team
  • 2012 Conference USA All-Freshman Team
  • C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal (2012)
  • C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll (2012)
  • All-American Athletic Conference First Team
  • UCF Spring Fling All-Tournament Team
  • Drew a career-best three walks against Michigan State (3/8) and Memphis (4/18)
  • Was the only Knight with double-figure multi-RBI games (10) this season
  • Posted 14 multi-hit games as a senior
  • Set a single game record with eight at-bats in a 2-1 win over Tulsa in 16 innings (4/3)
  • Drove in a season-best four runs against Fairfield (3/13), going 2-for-2 with two runs scored
  • Recorded a career-best 11 stolen bases in 12 attempts
  • Hit the 23rd home run of her career against FSU (5/16) in the Tallahassee Regional
  • Ranks in the top ten all-time at UCF for batting average (.304), slugging percentage (.472), on base percentage (.392), hits (193), doubles (38), home runs (38), RBIs (136), total bases (300), walks (82) and stolen bases (24)
  • 2014 - JUNIOR SEASON
    • American Athletic Conference Player of the Year
    • All-American Athletic Conference First Team
    • 2014 The American All-Tournament Team
    • The American Player of the Week (4/28)
    • Two-time American Honor Roll (2/10, 3/17)
    • Recorded the walk-off, game-winning hit, her second of the game, against LIU-Brooklyn on the one-year anniversary of a life changing moment
    • Tallied a pair of hits including a double vs. Southern Illinois (3/11)
    • Drove in three runs on two hits including a double vs. Yale (3/12)
    • Went 3-for-3 with two runs driven in and scored against FIU (3/13)
    • Blasted a solo homer for the only run scored in the 1-0 win over Memphis (3/22)
    • Registered a pair of hits and three RBI against Memphis (3/23)
    • Connected on a two-run homer and RBI single vs. Rutgers (4/5)
    • Belted the would-be game-winning homer in the sixth during a 1-0 win at Stetson (4/9)
    • Had a 16-game reached-base streak snapped at Bethune-Cookman (4/16) following a sac fly.
    • Tied school record with 4-for-4 performance to open the Houston series (4/26) with one RBI
    • Went 2-for-3 in game two vs. the Cougars (4/26) and drove in three runs with two doubles
    • A 3-for-4 performance was tallied in the series finale vs. Houston (4/27) with two more doubles
    • Posted two more multi-hit games in the UConn (5/3) doubleheader and drove in two runs with a double
    • Recorded a two-run double to close the regular season at UConn (5/4)
    • Blasted a pair of homers for second time in career against UConn (5/8) to open the AAC Tournament
    • Helped the Knights advance to the Gainesville Regional final with a two-run homer vs. Florida A&M and a three-run round tripper vs. Stetson on elimination Saturday (5/17).
    • Registered a base hit in all four games of the Gainesville Regional
    • Made 46 starts for the Knights at third base
    • Led the Knights in batting average (.281), hits (39), slugging percentage (.439), homeruns (6), stolen bases percentage (1.000) and assists (80)
    • Was a perfect 3-for-3 with a season-high two runs and three hits against Florida A&M (2/17)
    • Recorded two hits, two RBI and a homerun against Houston (3/16) and Memphis (4/13)
    • Registered a season-best four RBI versus Buffalo (2/17) and UTEP (4/7)
    • Had solo homers in six contests as as sophomore, including UCF's victories vs. Buffalo (2/17), at Houston (3/16), vs. UTEP (4/7), at Memphis 4/13) and at Bethune-Cookman (4/17)
    • 2012 All-Conference USA Second Team
    • 2012 Conference USA All-Freshman Team
    • Earned the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal
    • Named to the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll
    • Made 57 starts for the Knights with 47 starts at third base and 10 starts at first base
    • Set a new program records for freshman with 13 doubles and 35 RBI
    • Finished 2nd on the team in batting average (.292), hits (50) and home runs (6)
    • Was a perfect 3-for-3 with a home run and two RBI on Senior Weekend vs. Houston (4/28)
    • Had a monster doubleheader performance at UTEP by going 5-for-11 with three home runs, two doubles, five runs and nine RBI (4/6)
    • Recorded three hits and two RBI vs. Eastern Michigan (2/25)
    • Smashed a solo homer against No. 12 UCLA in San Diego (2/18)
    • Went 3-for-4 with a home run and three RBI vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/11)
    • Picked up first career hit and first career RBI vs. Florida A&M (2/10)
    Prior to UCF:
    • Was a four-year letterwinner in softball at Wayne County High School
    • Received the Clutch Player award as a freshman
    • Was named to first team all-district as a freshman
    • Earned the Best Defensive Player award as a sophomore
    • Was named to first team all-district as a sophomore
    • Hit .414 with one home run, one triple, 18 doubles, and 27 runs scored as a junior
    • Earned the Best Offensive Player in district award as a junior
    • Was named team MVP as a senior after hitting .502 with seven home runs, three triples, 14 doubles, and 49 runs scored
    • Played softball for head coach Eric Neel
    • Born in Laurel, Miss.
    • Daughter of Randy and Sandra Sullivan
    • Major is sport & exercise science


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