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21 Barrett O'Neill
Barrett  O'Neill

Ashland, Mass.

High School:
The Dexter School

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 205



• Did not play

• Made 10 appearances - six out of bullpen and four in midweek starts
• Worked perfect eighth inning at JMU (3/6)
• Made first start vs. Marist (3/14); worked 5.0 innings to earn first win (2R, ER, 7H, 0 BB, 4K)
• Earned second straight midweek win against VMI (3/21), tossing 5.0 innings of two-run baseball
• Struck out two of four batters he faced in eighth inning against JMU (4/4)
• Earned first ACC action against Duke (4/21), tossing scoreless ninth inning to seal the win

• Hit .525 with six home runs and 26 RBI in 2011
• Named First Team All-Star in 2009
• Named Tri-Valley League MVP and First-Team All-Star for hockey in 2009
• Played at Ashland HS for coaches Steve O'Neill and Scott Soderbeg before playing for Coach Dan Donato at Dexter School
• Played hockey and baseball at both Ashland HS and the Dexter School
• Member of National Honor Society

• Full name is Barrett James O'Neill
• Parents are Stephen and Melissa O'Neill
• Has one sister, Britnee
• Father played hockey at Providence College and with the NHL's Vancouver Canucks (1980-81)
• Uncle played baseball for the San Diego Padres organization (1978-81)



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