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Javorn Farrell

  • Player
  • Number: 0 (wore 10 in 2009-10, 2010-11)
  • Position: G/F
  • Height: 6' 5“
  • Weight: 215 lbs.
  • Hometown: Woodbridge, VA
  • High School: Riverdale Baptist H.S. (MD)
  • Prep School: none
  • Transfer From: none
  • Birthdate: November 11, 1990

At UMass

Roster photo 2012-13

2012-13 Senior year

2011-12 Junior year

Roster photo 2011-12

Analysis

  • After the Utah game (11/25), game 6 on the season, Farrell was averaging 10.8 points per game, and had been a starter in all games.
  • In game 7, against C of C (11/26), he began a 5-game streak with only 1 made basket. His average in that stretch was only 3.8 ppg, and his season average dipped to 7.6 ppg.
  • Over the rest of the season, his scoring output went up and down, with 4 games in double-figures, but also had 5 games with no points.
  • Average at the end of the season finished at 6.3 ppg.

Game-by-game stats

2010-11 Sophomore year

Roster photo 2010-11

  • Played in final 28 games, with 8.5 points and 4.1 rebounds after missing first two games of year with ankle injury.
  • Double-figures in 10 games: including final two regular-season games, four in a row (1/15-1/26) and four of his first five games of year.
  • Over four-game span from Jan. 15-26, averaged 14.0 points per game and shooting 56 percent from the floor.
  • Tallied 11 points, all in the second half, at Fordham (3/5) for second game in a row in double-figures.
  • After eight games in single-figures tallied 13 points along with seven rebounds and four steals vs. Temple (3/2).
  • Grabbed career-high tying 10 rebounds at Saint Joseph's (2/5), also scored seven points and added four assists.
  • Tallied 16 points and grabbed seven rebounds in win at St. Bonaventure (1/26).
  • Second-best scoring game (16) along with six rebounds and four assists vs. Richmond (1/22).
  • Scored all 11 points in the second half of win at Charlotte (1/19). Also grabbed season-best seven rebounds.
  • Best game in six weeks with 13 points and career-high five assists vs. La Salle (1/15).
  • Emphatic one-handed highlight dunk on a breakway at Xavier (1/12), finished with four points and four assists.
  • Game-clinching 3-point play with 48 seconds left to beat Dayton (1/9), finished with nine points in win.
  • Rebounded from a few touygh games with nine points and six rebounds vs. Boston University (12/31).
  • Scored six points, grabbed five rebounds and handed our four assists vs. Maine (12/8).
  • Career-game with 25 points with highs in field goals (9), attempts (15), free throws (6) at Quinnipiac (12/1).
  • Double-figures in first three games he played this season with 10 points vs. AIC (11/24). Also four rebounds.
  • Fourth-career game in double-figures with 10 points, along with three steals vs. TCU (11/22). Named Game MVP.
  • Career-high 15 points vs. New Mexico State (11/20) in Hall of Fame Tip-Off in 18 minutes in season debut.
  • Sat out first two games vs. Rider (11/12) and Sacred Heart (11/17) with an ankle injury.

Video: Sophomore bio from UMass Athletics

2009-10 Freshman year

Roster photo 2009-10

Pre-season report from Head Coach Derek Kellogg: “We are excited to get a player and a person with the character of Javorn Farrell to join our program. Not only is he an unbelievable student and a great kid, he is going to be a great asset to our basketball program. I love his versatility as a player as he can play the four through the one position. He's a tough, physical hard-nosed player and is ready to come in and help us right away. It is going to be a learning process for him like any young kid as he will have to learn how hard you have to play with the level of practice and the level of the games. I'm thrilled to have him coming to UMass. He comes here after playing for a great high schoolcoach in Lou Wilson and a tremendous program at Riverdale Baptist. Javorn played for an outstanding nationally-renown AAU program, the DC Assault run by Curtis Malone. To get Javorn to sign early here with UMass and join our program is a great testament to the coaching staff and the University.”

  • Earned a reputation as a gritty, tough defensive player early on in first college season.
  • Played in 29 games (starting 13 times), averaged 4.6 points and 3.6 rebounds in 17.5 minutes.
  • Started his last 12 games played in a row.
  • Played great defense in A-10 First Round win at Charlotte (3/9). Had five points, four rebounds and four assists in win.
  • Equaled career-high with 12 points, making career-best five field goals in dramatic win over Rhode Island (3/6).
  • In career-best 34 minutes at Rhode Island (2/6) had a stat-stuffer with six points, eight rebounds, four assists.
  • Career-high 12 points including career-best 5-of-6 on free throws in start vs. Xavier (2/3).
  • Great all-around effort vs. Charlotte (1/30). Four points, four steals, three rebounds and three steals.
  • Second-career start at Saint Joseph's (1/27), had one field goal in win.
  • Grabbed eight rebounds along with five points at #19/21 Temple (1/16).
  • In career-high 27 minutes, scored seven points and added five rebounds at Richmond (1/13).
  • Sat out two two A-10 games vs. Fordham (1/6) and La Salle (1/10) with a groin/hip injury.
  • First-career game with double-figure rebounds, grabbing 10 boards in just 11 minutes vs. Grambling State (12/11), also had six points.
  • Eight points in the second half at Seton Hall (12/7) making both 3-point attempts.
  • First-career slam dunk was part of four points in 11 minutes at Holy Cross (12/5).
  • Tallied six points and three rebounds in 13 minutes vs. #2 Michigan State (11/28) in Legends Classic.
  • In just eight minutes, scored five points and grabbed three offensive rebounds vs. St. Francis (11/24).
  • Scored two points, grabbed four rebounds and handed out two assists vs. Arkansas-Fort Smith (11/21) in Legends.
  • Made college debut at UCF (11/13), played 15 minutes and scored nine points while grabbing five rebounds.

Video: Freshman bio from UMass Athletics

Statistics

Current stats available from UMass or StatSheet

Total 3-Pointers Rebounds
SeasonGPGSMinAvgFGFGA%FGFGA%FTFTA%OffDefTotAvgPFFOATOBlkStPtsAvg
2009-10291350817.550134.373616.3752639.66731731043.685642338261324.6
2010-11281671325.586235.366112.0836692.71741731144.188465616232398.5
2011-1236977521.578208.3752163.3334868.7063860982.785188677392256.3
Career9338199621.5214577.3712891.308140199.7041102063163.42581119516121885966.4

Expanded stats from StatSheet

Career Highs

Points25 - at Quinnipiac (12/1/2010)
Field Goals9 - at Quinnipiac (12/1/2010)
Field Goals Att.15 - at Quinnipiac (12/1/2010)
3-Point FG3 - vs Duquesne (3/6/2012)
3-Point FG Att.5 - vs NJIT (11/17/2011)
Free Throws6 - 3 times, last vs Davidson (12/22/2011)
Free Throw Att.8 - vs New Mexico State (11/20/2010)
Rebounds10 - twice, last at Saint Joseph's (2/5/2011)
Assists9 - vs Duquesne (3/6/2012)
Blocks2 - three times, last vs La Salle (2/18/2012)
Steals4 - twice, last vs Temple (3/2/2011)
Minutes38 - twice, last at Mississippi State (3/13/2012)

Career Honors

  • Game MVP Of TCU Game at Tip-Off Classic (11/22/2010)

Trivia

Courtesy: UMass Athletics

  • My ideal day: Chillin
  • If I could be any animal, I would be: A black squirrel
  • Why UMass?: DK and teammates
  • I am most proud of the grade I got in: Theater 100
  • I hope to do this before I graduate: Win A-10s and make it to at least the Sweet 16 in NCAAs
  • Best pregame meal: KFC #6
  • Player you pattern your game after: Dwayne Wade
  • Why do you wear your jersey number?: Oscar Robertson and my brother
  • Three words I would use to describe myself as a basketball player: Tough, fearless, hungry
  • What advice would you give to the freshmen?: Don't be to critical on yourself
  • Can't go on a road trip without: Money!
  • What is your first basketball memory?: 5 years old playing with the Wildcats
  • When I was five, I thought I would be: NBA Player
  • Most challenging thing about college so far: Laundry
  • My teammates would describe me as: Crazy
  • My first thought when I went to college was: “Momma I made it”
  • TV show I want to be on: The Game
  • Who first taught you to shoot a basketball?: Don't remember
  • What is your favorite food from the DC?: Regular pancakes
  • Favorite pair of shoes: Pradas
  • What I would do first if I was President: Put an end to Illuminati
  • Favorite sport other than basketball: Baseball and Football
  • Favorite movie from the past year: Shutter Island and Inception
  • Where I would spend $1,000 first: Already spent it
  • What does basketball mean to you?: LIFE!
  • Favorite part of practice and game day: Practice-competition, Game day-Victory

Pre-UMass

High School

  • Played at Riverdale Baptist School
  • As a sophomore, Farrell was named Honorable Mention All-Met by the Washington Post in 2007 while he played for Bishop Ireton
  • Junior year averaged 12.0 points and 3.0 rebounds per game
  • Named to the NACA 2008 Boys Division | All-Tournament Team in Dayton, Ohio
  • Played in AAU basketball with the DC Assault
  • In the CSTV Next Generation rankings, Farrell was listed as the No. 43 prospect in the nation

Personal

  • Javorn Farrell
  • Born Nov. 11, 1990
  • Son of Ingrid and Steve Farrell
  • Major: Communications

Post-UMass

Professional

  • Feb 2015 - Playing in Denmark for Aalborg10)

University of Texas - Pan American

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