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Sean Farnham

For the past 10 seasons Sean Farnham has been a lead analyst for college basketball on ESPN. He has covered game analysis for the SEC, BIG Ten, ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 & WCC. Three years ago Sean moved to more of a studio role appearing regularly at Halftimes of games, SportsCenter, GetUp! and First Take. 

 

Over the course of his 20 year TV/Radio career Sean has also worked for CBS Sports Network, and Fox Sports Net. On the Radio side hosted National radio programs on Sirus/XM, ESPN Radio, Fox Sports Radio, and ESPN 710 LA. During this time he took home two LA Based Emmy's for his work at Fox Sports West.

 

After graduating from UCLA, Farnham was an assistant coach at Pepperdine University under the guidance of Jan van Breda Kolff. The Waves finished with a 22-9 record and advanced to the NIT second round.

 

Farnham was a student-athlete at UCLA where he was a freshman on the 1997 Pac-10 Championship team that advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. He was named UCLA’s Freshman of the Year in 1997, Most Improved Player in 1999 and was the 1999-2000 co-captain with Earl Watson. In his final two seasons at UCLA, the Bruins were 16-2 in games Farnham started (14-0 in the regular season, both losses came in the NCAA Championship). Farnham was also the Chairman of the Bruins Athletic Council, and represented UCLA at the Pac-10 leadership forum

both of his final two years on campus.

 

Sean has found ways to use his platform to raise awareness particularly in the fight vs Cancer. He currently sits on the national council of Coaches v Cancer (one of only 2 non-coaches to hold a seat). He is an ambassador for TRF.org the Imagine Dragons pediatric cancer foundation as well as partaking in numerous VFoundation events through ESPN. In 2019 Sean was honored with Coaches vs Cancer National award, the Dave Loos MVP Award for support and dedication in the fight against cancer.

 

Sean currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

For the past 10 seasons Sean Farnham has been a lead analyst for college basketball on ESPN. He has covered game analysis for the SEC, BIG Ten, ACC, Big 12, Pac-12 & WCC. Three years ago Sean moved to more of a studio role appearing regularly at Halftimes of games, SportsCenter, GetUp! and First Take. 

 

Over the course of his 20 year TV/Radio career Sean has also worked for CBS Sports Network, and Fox Sports Net. On the Radio side hosted National radio programs on Sirus/XM, ESPN Radio, Fox Sports Radio, and ESPN 710 LA. During this time he took home two LA Based Emmy's for his work at Fox Sports West.

 

After graduating from UCLA, Farnham was an assistant coach at Pepperdine University under the guidance of Jan van Breda Kolff. The Waves finished with a 22-9 record and advanced to the NIT second round.

 

Farnham was a student-athlete at UCLA where he was a freshman on the 1997 Pac-10 Championship team that advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight. He was named UCLA’s Freshman of the Year in 1997, Most Improved Player in 1999 and was the 1999-2000 co-captain with Earl Watson. In his final two seasons at UCLA, the Bruins were 16-2 in games Farnham started (14-0 in the regular season, both losses came in the NCAA Championship). Farnham was also the Chairman of the Bruins Athletic Council, and represented UCLA at the Pac-10 leadership forum

both of his final two years on campus.

 

Sean has found ways to use his platform to raise awareness particularly in the fight vs Cancer. He currently sits on the national council of Coaches v Cancer (one of only 2 non-coaches to hold a seat). He is an ambassador for TRF.org the Imagine Dragons pediatric cancer foundation as well as partaking in numerous VFoundation events through ESPN. In 2019 Sean was honored with Coaches vs Cancer National award, the Dave Loos MVP Award for support and dedication in the fight against cancer.

 

Sean currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

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