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23 Will Barrow
Will  Barrow


Baldwin, N.Y.

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WORTH NOTING: Voted the fastest player in the nation by his peers in an Inside Lacrosse poll last season ... has a chance to emerge as one of the leading defensive midfielders in the country according to the coaching staff.

AT VIRGINIA: 2006--Appeared in every game ... scored seven goals and added two assists ... shared the team lead with a career-high two goals against VMI ... had three ground balls vs. Syracuse and Mount St. Mary's ... tallied twice against North Carolina ... scored in the quarterfinals of the playoffs vs. Georgetown. 2005--One of three freshmen to play in every game ... 20 ground balls were second among team's rookies ... had a career-high four ground balls in his debut vs. Drexel ... scored a goal and an assist against Albany in the NCAA Tournament.

HIGH SCHOOL: Standout in both lacrosse and football ... earned three letters in lacrosse ... honorable mention All-American as a senior when he scored 40 goals ... team captain and MVP as a senior ... All-Long Island ... all-county ... played in the 2003 Empire State Games ... three-year starter at wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner on the football team ... team captain and MVP as a senior ... MVP of the Empire Challenge all-star football game following his senior season ... All-Long Island ... all-state as a junior ... twice all-county ... won the Dragon Award as a junior as Nassau County's best wide receiver ... set a school record with 22 interceptions ... named his school's best athlete ... National Honor Society member.

PERSONAL: Son of Rita and George Barrow ... born 5-14-86 in Queens, N.Y. ... has a younger brother, Trevor, and a younger sister, Sabrina ... sociology major.


2005 15 20 7 1 1 2 1-0:30
2006 17 16 22 7 2 9 4-5:00
Career 32 36 29 8 3 11 5-5:30


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