U. of San Diego, 2006-07
Averaged 73.42 for 24 rounds of action... Named First Team All-West Coast Conference after finishing in a tie for 9th at 225 (79-74-72)... Just prior to the WCC's he placed 6th at the Pacific Coast Intercollegiates with a three-round total of 205 (68-69-68)... Opened the school year with a tie for 12th at the Del Walker Intercollegiate in mid-September with a 215 total (71-73-71).
U. of San Diego, 2005-06
Impressive first year with two top ten finishes... Placed 9th at the UCR Braveheart International (rounds of 75-72-73) and 10th at the USD hosted Callaway Invitational (rounds of 72-73-78)... Posted a stroke average of 74.39 with a low round of 68... Played in the NCAA Tournament where he shot a low round of 71.
Completed an outstanding prep career by winning the Oregon State 4A State Championship as a senior... Four-year varsity letter-winner and North Medford High School's No. 1 player for three consecutive seasons... Southern Oregon Conference (SOC) champion as both a freshman and senior... Finished 2nd at SOC tournament play as a junior... Led North Medford to a pair of top 5 team finishes in state tournament competition... Placed 28th overall at the 2003 Callaway Junior World Championships... Won the 2004 International Junior Golf Tour (IJGT) 16-19 Mizuno Mid-Season Championship at Arizona's Gold Canyon Resort... Also claimed top medal honors at an IJGT event held at Chardonnay Golf Club in Napa, California.
Born on February 11, 1987 in Medford, Oregon... Son of John and Shelly Barry... Enjoys hunting and fishing... Also lettered in basketball in high school... Chose USD for its great weather, scenery and coaches... Majoring in Communications.
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