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Kyle Barrie
Kyle Barrie


Narberth, PA

High School:
The Haverford School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200



2013 Johns Hopkins Men's Lacrosse Season-Ending Notebook

Blue Jays Post 9-5 Record, Produce Schmeisser Award Winner and Five All-Americans

Did You Know: Kyle Barrie needs 34 goals to become just the seventh player in school history to score 120 or more career goals.

This Season: Will start on attack for the fourth straight season • Preseason First Team All-American by Inside Lacrosse/Face-Off Yearbook.

Statistically Speaking: Enters final season with 19 career goals in the NCAA Tournament, just six shy of the JHU career record • Has career totals of 86 goals and 39 assists for 125 points • Tied with Matt Panetta (1988-91) for 20th on JHU's career goal-scoring list • Only five JHU players have scored more than Barrie's 86 goals through three seasons.

2004: Second Team STX/USILA All-American • Tied for third on the team in scoring with 26 goals and 11 assists for 37 points • Finished third on the team with five extra-man goals • Scored a team-high four goals in the win over Hofstra and added three in the regular-season victory over Syracuse • Fueled JHU's 14-10 win over Maryland in the 100th meeting between the two schools as he scored three goals and added one assist in the victory • Tallied twice in the first 1:29 of the game as JHU sprinted to a 9-1 lead and never looked back • Scored three or more goals five times on the year and had a season-high six points in a 17-6 win over Albany • Recorded the 100th point of his career in the win over Albany.

2003: First Team STX USILA All-American and earned a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament Team • Only sophomore to earn First Team All-America honors • First JHU attackman to earn First Team All-America honors since Dan Denihan in 2000 and the first sophomore attackman at JHU to earn top honors since Brian Piccola in 1993 • Led the Blue Jays in scoring with 37 goals and 20 assists for 57 points despite missing a game-and-a-half • Ended the season ranked seventh in the nation in points per game (3.80) and 10th in goals per game (2.47) • Finished as JHU's second-leading scorer in the NCAA Tournament with 10 goals and three assists for 13 points • Scored four goals and added one assist vs. Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals and had three goals vs. Army in the first round • 10 NCAA Tournament goals are tied for the fourth-highest single-tournament total in school history • Scored a career-high nine points in JHU's 17-3 win over Navy as he tied his career-high with five goals and added a personal best four assists • Named the Warrior/Inside Lacrosse Men's Division I Player-of-the-Week after a five-goal, three assist effort in the win over Duke • Scored a team-high 10 extra-man goals to lead a JHU extra-man unit that finished first in the nation.

2002: Finished tied for third on the team in scoring with 23 goals and eight assists for 31 points • 23 goals ranked third on the team and eight assists ranked fifth • Finished the season on a roll with back-to-back three-goal efforts against UMass in the NCAA Quarterfinals and against Princeton in the NCAA Semifinals • First freshman at JHU to score three or more goals in back-to-back NCAA Tournament games since Brian Piccola in 1992 • Tallied two or more points in 10 of last 11 games and two or more goals in each of the last four games • Became the second freshman in school history to score a game-winning goal in overtime when he scored 2:15 into sudden death overtime to beat Maryland, 9-8 • Posted a hat trick in all four games in which JHU scored 12 or more goals.

At The Haverford School: Helped lead team to one state championship and four league titles • Tallied 73 goals and added 25 assists for 98 points as a senior • Garnered All-America and All-League honors while being named the Delaware County Player of the Year • Also participated in football.

Personal: Given name is Kyle A. Barrie • The son of Hugh and Marianna Barrie • Born October 11, 1982 • Sociology major.

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