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.