AT GW: Named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week on 3/13/03...leading the 2003 team with four home runs, Barry has 21 for his career and needs just one more to become GW's 10th best home run hitter...is tied for the eighth spot on GW's all-time stolen bases list with 42...is a perfect six-for-six this year in stolen bases...a tri-captain for the second straight year...played in 61 games and started 59 last season...will move to center field in 2003 after spending most of last year at second base...In 2002 had the second most steals on the team with 18...fourth on the team in at-bats with 219...fifth on the team with 87 total bases on 59 hits...blasted seven home runs in 2002...2001 tri-captain...tied for third on the team with eight home runs in 2001 despite missing time with a broken hand...tied for second on the team with 16 stolen bases...fourth on the team with 11 doubles and 46 runs scored...played in 24 games as a freshman...started in 16...hit .271 with 16 hits in 54 at bats...played for the Columbus All-Americans in the Great Lakes Collegiate League (GLCL) in the summer of 2000...played for the Cortland Apples of the National Collegiate Baseball League (NCBL) for two summers.
HIGH SCHOOL: Batted .490 in his senior year at Canisius H.S....named first team All-Catholic his junior and senior seasons...second team All-Western New York...MVP for Canisius in his senior year...as a sophomore, his squad won the Georgetown Cup as champions of the Catholic League.
PERSONAL: Born December 3, 1980 in Orchard Park, NY...son of John and Deborah Barry...has three older siblings, Trista (29), John (27) and Laura (24)...enjoys traveling, basketball and volleyball...sociology major.
Year AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
2000 .271 24 59 17 16 3 0 2 7 3 16 2
2001 .315 52 168 46 53 11 0 8 33 24 35 16
2002 .269 61 219 41 59 7 0 7 35 17 57 18
Career .287 137 446 104 128 21 0 17 75 44 108 36
Baseball Begins Lengthy Road Swing at Virginia on Tuesday
LEADING OFF: The George Washington baseball team returns to action with a non-conference visit to Virginia on Tuesday night. First pitch from Davenport Field...
Baseball Splits Saturday Doubleheader with Richmond
ARLINGTON, Va. - After Sunday's inclement weather forecast forced a schedule change to the weekend series, the George Washington baseball team split Saturday...
Baseball Topped in Series Opener by Richmod
ARLINGTON, Va - The George Washington baseball team fell in the series opener against Richmond, 6-4, on Friday afternoon at Tucker Field at Barcroft Park.
Baseball Resumes A-10 Play by Hosting Richmond
LEADING OFF: The George Washington baseball team returns to Atlantic 10 conference play this weekend when it welcomes Richmond to Tucker Field at Barcroft...
Baseball Falls at UMBC, 7-5
BALTIMORE - The George Washington baseball team fell for just the second time in the last 14 games in a 7-5 loss at UMBC on Wednesday afternoon at Alumni Field.
Pasteur Claims Third Straight A-10 Player of the Week
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - George Washington baseball senior third basemen Isaiah Pasteur has been named the Atlantic 10 Co-Player of the Week while sophomore...
Baseball Completes Sweep of NCCU
ARLINGTON, Va. -- The GW baseball team closed its final non-conference weekend series of the regular season in dominant fashion, taking a 19-7 win over...
Baseball Sweeps Doubleheader from NCCU
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Behind a powerful offensive effort in game one and a splendid outing from junior right-handed pitcher Elliott Raimo in game two, the GW...