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Rebecca Barry
Player Profile:

Game-By-Game Statistics
2014
2013
2012
2011

UPDATED CAREER STATS

Career Highlights
• Three-time NFHCA All-American (2014 - Third Team, 2013 - Third Team, 2012 - Second Team)
• 2014 A-10 Offensive Player of the Year
• 2012 Second-Team All-American by womensfieldhockey.com
• Two-time NFHCA First-Team All-South Region (2012 & 2013)
• Four-time First-Team All-Atlantic 10 (2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011)
• Two-time VaSID First-Team All-State (2012 & 2011)
• Four-time Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team (2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011)
• 2011 Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year
• 2011 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team

International Experience

• Ireland A National Team
• Ireland U-18 National Team
• Ireland U-18 Captain
• Ireland U-17 Junior Olympic National Team
• Ireland U-16 National Team 

2014-15 (Senior)
• Longstreth NFHCA All-America Third Team
• Synapse Sports All-America Third Team
• NFHCA All-Region First Team
• Named A-10 Offensive Player of the Year
• Placed on the A-10 All-Championship team
• Finished her career starting all 22 games
• Led the team with 15 goals, four assists and 34 points with six game winners
• Earned A-10 All-Conference First Team honors for the fourth-straight year
• Hit the game-winner to win the A-10 Championship against UMass
• Notched a goal and an assist in the A-10 Semifinals against Saint Francis
• Name A-10 Player of the Week for the second time for her efforts against Davidson
• Set a career-high five goals in the win against Davidson, leading both teams with all eight shots on goal
• Led the team with two shots against Lock Haven
• Took two shots and scored a stroke at Drexel
• Named A-10 Player of the Week for her efforts against SLU
• Led both squads with four goals, 11 shots and seven on goal in the 5-0 win over Saint Louis
• Took a shot on goal against No. 3 Virginia
• Fired two shots on goal at La Salle
• Took a shot and recorded an assist in the win at Saint Joseph's
• Led both teams with a goal, six shots and three on frame in the win over Ohio  
• Fired a shot on goal in the win against UMass
• Took a shot on goal against No. 12 Wake Forest
• Led both teams with five shots and notched the game-winner at VCU in overtime
• Took two shots against No. 19 Michigan State
• Notched a goal and two assists off a game-high five shots in the overtime win at Kent State
• Led the team with four shots and one on goal at James Madison
• Took two shots with one on goal at Delaware
• Took a shot on goal in the win against William & Mary
• Found the back of the cage in the season opening win at No. 19 American
• Led the squad with a game-high three shots, two on goal against the Eagles
• 2014 A-10 Preseason All-Conference selection

2013-14 (Junior)
• Earned NFHCA First-Team All-South Region honors
• Named to the First Team All-Atlantic 10 and All-Tournament teams
• Finished the season with a team-high 16 goals, eight assists, four game-winners and 69 shots 
• Fired a shot in the A-10 Championship against UMass
• Led the team with a goal and an assist in the semifinals of the A-10 Tournament against Lock Haven
• Fired four shots and picked up an assist in the win over Saint Joseph's
• Recorded her second hat trick of the season against La Salle
• Led both teams with six shots and a goal in the win at Saint Louis
• Named A-10 Field Hockey Co-Player of the Week for her efforts against the Rams
• Recorded her third-career hat trick in the 6-1 win over VCU
• Led both teams with seven shots, a goal and three assists in the win against Appalachian State
• Took a shot against No. 15 Wake Forest
• Led both squads with six shots, three on goal and a goal in the win against Longwood
• Named A-10 Co-Player of the Week for her efforts at Hofstra and Columbia
• Led both squads with the first two Spider goals in the 3-1 win over Columbia
• Registered a goal and an assist in the 4-0 win at Hofstra
• Led the Spiders with five shots and three on goal against James Madison
• Scored against Davidson and led both squads with six shots and four on goal
• Found the back of the cage at No. 5 Virginia and led the team with four shots and two on goal
• Led both squads with five shots and three on goal at Temple
• Assisted the Spiders' lone goal against American 

2012-13 (Sophomore)
• Second-Team All-American by womensfieldhockey.com
• NFHCA First-Team All-South Region
• First-Team All-Atlantic 10 for the second-straight season
• VaSID First-Team All-State
• Goal against Temple was on ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays Of The Day, peaking at No. 4
• Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team for second-straight year
• Named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week twice
• Led Spiders and was second in the Atlantic 10 in both points (45) and goals (18)
• Ranked 13th in the nation in both points per game (2.14) and goals per game (0.86)
• Team-high 45 points ranks sixth on Richmond's single-season list and 18 goals ties for eighth on the school's single-season list
• Seventh in the Atlantic 10 in assists (9)
• Led the A-10 in game-winning goals (9)
• Scored nine goals in a four-game stretch late in the season
• Had seven multi-goal games, including four-straight and six in eight games in one stretch
• Scored season-high three goals in A-10 semifinal win over VCU

2011-12 (Freshman)
• First-Team All-Atlantic 10
• Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year
• Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team
• Atlantic 10 Championship All-Tournament Team in helping the Spiders to the title
• First-Team VaSID All-State
• Played in and started all 23 games in her first collegiate season
• Recorded 10 goals and three assists on the season for a total of 23 points
• Had two defensive saves
• Scored a goal in her first collegiate game, a 5-0 win over Saint Francis
• Scored the Spiders' only goal against Ohio State on Sept. 3
• Recorded a season high three goals for a 3-0 Spider victory against Pacific
• Had the Spiders' only goal in Philadelphia against Temple on Oct. 14
• Scored two goals against Saint Joseph's for a 6-3 victory
• Scored a goal in the regular-season finale win over La Salle on Oct. 30
• Recorded assists against nationally ranked Princeton (Sept. 11), Saint Louis (Oct. 7), and La Salle (Oct. 30)

High School
• Captain of the Irish U-18 team at the European Championship in Utrecht, Holland
• Led her country to a fourth place finish
• Vice Captain of the Irish U-18 team that won the Home Nations competition in Cork, Ireland
• She was also the vice-captain for the Munster U-18 team at the 2010 interprovincial
• Attended Laurel Hill Calaiste where she played under Eimear Cregan, Keely Cantrell and Fenagh Smith

Personal
• Daughter of Lucy and Tony Barry
• Born on April 7, 1993
• Has three brothers Ger, Tony and Mathew

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