AS A SENIOR (2014)
Played and started in 17 games...finished the season with 30 goals, four assists, five ground balls, and 11 draw controls...registered three goals in the home-opener win over New Hampshire (2/20)...tallied two goals against No. 2 Syracuse (2/26)...notched three points on two goals and an assist at UConn (3/1)...led the team with three goals at USC (3/6)...recorded three points at San Diego State (3/7)...notched one goal and two assists against then No. 1 North Carolina (3/22)...tied for a game-high three goals against Holy Cross (4/2)...registered a season-high four goals in a 20-9 win over Virginia Tech (4/12)...scored two goals against Vermont (4/16)...netted two tallies in the ACC Quarterfinal game against North Carolina (4/24)...scored two goals in the Eagles' First Round NCAA Tournament victory over Bryant (5/9)...led all players with five points on four goals and an assist in the NCAA Quarterfinals at Syracuse (5/17).
AS A JUNIOR (2013)
Played in 19 games ... made 16 starts ... finished the season with 20 goals, seven assists, 21 draw controls, and 10 ground balls ... scored a season-high four goals in the win over Vermont (4/12) ... posted two goals and an assist vs. Syracuse (3/27) ... registered a goal and four draw controls against BU (3/20) ... recorded a goal and two assists at Virginia Tech (3/9) ... set a career high with five draw controls vs. Vanderbilt (2/20) ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012):
Saw action in all 18 games ... tallied 12 points (8 goals, 4 assists), six ground balls, six draw controls and two caused turnovers ... scored one goal in the season finale against UNH (5/1) ... tallied one goal and one ground ball against California (4/14) ... had one assist, one ground ball and one draw control at Duke (4/7) ... scored a pair of goals against Vermont (4/4) ... notched one goal, one assist, and two caused turnovers at Harvard (3/21) ... controlled three draws at Maryland (3/17) ... scored one goal at Albany (3/14) ... tallied her first goals of the season with a pair of scores, in addition to one assist at Connecticut (3/3) ... recorded first point of the season with an assist against Hofstra (2/25) ... received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... earned All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll accolades.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011):
Started all 19 games ... finished third on the team with 38 goals on 66 shots and had eight assists for 48 points, good for third on the team ... recorded eight ground balls, one draw control and four caused turnovers ... earned WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week honors for the week ending March 7 scoring seven goals in wins over Yale (3/2) and Holy Cross (3/7) ... scored five goals and had two assists in her BC debut against Hofstra (2/16) ... received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... earned All-ACC Academic Team honors.
Earned First-Team All-American honors in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... named the 2010 Boston Globe Player of the Year ... recorded the most career goals scored in school history ... chosen as a Boston Globe All-Scholastic, a Boston Herald All-Scholastic, and a Metrowest Daily News Super Team player in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... named Bay State League MVP in 2009 and 2010 ... recognized as an EMASS All Star and Bay State Conference All Star in 2008, 2009 and 2010 ... tri-captain for Framingham High School in 2010 ... selected as her team's 2010 MVP ... a National Honor Society member and World Language Honor Society member.
Moira Barry ... daughter of Ed and Joanne Barry ... has one brother, Mark ... enrolled in College of Arts and Sciences.
Points: 7, at Hofstra (2/16/11)
Goals: 5, at Hofstra (2/16/11)
Assists: 2, (4x) last at Virginia Tech (3/9/13)
Ground balls: 2, (3x) last vs. Dartmouth (5/10/13)
Draw controls: 5, vs. Vanderbilt (2/20/13)
Caused turnovers: 2, at Harvard (3/21/12)
BARRY'S CAREER STATISTICS