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#1 Alex Barnett
Position: Forward
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
Hometown: St. Louis, Mo.
High School: Cardinal Ritter HS

A strong candidate for Ivy League Player of the Year, Barnett has shooting range that extends beyond the three-point arc ... at his best slashing to the hoop ... excellent rebounder and defender.

Career Highs
Points
Field Goals
FG Attempts
Three-Pointers
3FG Attempts
Free Throws
FT Attempts
Off. Rebounds
Def. Rebounds
Rebounds
Assists
Turnovers
Blocks
Steals
Minutes
32 at Vermont, 12/2/08
12 at Vermont, 12/2/08
27 at Cornell, 2/14/09
6 at Vermont, 12/2/08
10 vs. Princeton, 1/30/09
10 vs. Air Force, 12/28/08
11 vs. Penn, 1/31/09
7 vs. New Hampshire, 1/16/07
11 twice, last vs. Yale, 3/7/08
15 vs. VMI, 11/10/07
6 three times, last vs. Harvard, 1/10/09
6 at Providence, 11/18/08
7 at George Washington, 11/14/06
5 vs. Penn, 2/24/07
42 vs. Brown, 2/9/09

2007-08: Second team All-Ivy League ... fourth in the conference in scoring (15.6) while leading the loop on the boards (7.3) ... also ranked among the top six in the league in free throw percentage and blocked shots ... converted 32 of his last 34 free throws (.941) ... led the team in scoring 17 times, including nine straight ... topped the squad in 16 categories, including three-point percentage, assists, blocks and steals ... registered six double-doubles ... scored in double figures in 22 straight games with a career-high 25 in the one-point win over Vermont ... also hauled down 11 rebounds and blocked six shots versus the Catamounts ... had seven 20-point games ...put up 19 points and 15 rebounds in the victory over VMI ... torched the nets at Colgate, hitting 8-of-9 from the floor for 20 points ... dished out personal-best six assists while scoring a modest 10 against Daniel Webster ... drained a career-high four trifectas at Army, scoring 20 against the Black Knights ... named Ivy Player of the Week after dropping 21 points on 9-of-17 shooting in win over Harvard ... came up big at New Hampshire despite his shots not falling for most of the game, tying the game in the final seconds to force overtime, and recorded another double-double with 13 points and 12 boards ... found the range in the next game, going 3-of-3 from downtown and 9-of-14 overall versus Maryland-Eastern Shore, finishing with 21 points ... his 16 points, nine rebounds and five assists against Princeton were instrumental in snapping seven-game slide ... finished with a flourish with 18 points and a pair of treys, seven rebounds, six assists and three blocks in the season finale against Brown.

2006-07:
Honorable mention All-Ivy League ... fourth in the Ivies in rebounding ... led Dartmouth in rebounding and was second in scoring ... won Dartmouth’s Rudy LaRusso ’59 Award as team’s most improved player and was honored as Dartmouth’s leading rebounder ... had three double-doubles in a row and missed having four straight by a single point ... had four double-doubles total ... scored in double figures 17 times in 26 games, including 10 in a row at one point and 12 of final 15 ... had five games with double-figure rebounds ... made 10-of-15 shots while scoring season-high 23 points in the dramatic win at Princeton ... feasted on Harvard with 19 points and 10 rebounds in the first game with the Crimson and 22 points and 11 rebounds against the same team six days later ... led Dartmouth with 39 blocked shots and was second on the squad with 30 steals without fouling out of a game ... was tagged with four fouls just three times ... his 902 minutes on the floor led the team by almost 200.

2005-06:
Posted three games in double figures with 13 points at Harvard, and 10 each at Brown and in season finale against Cornell ... slam dunk with 11.5 seconds left pulled Green within one point of Big Red in tough loss ... had season-high six rebounds against Yale and Radford ... named to Ivy League All-Potential Freshman Team by Basketball-U.com.

High School:
Averaged 19.8 points, 11.5 rebounds and three blocks as a high school senior ... posted 24 points, 22 rebounds and six blocks in one game ... had 40 points and 20 rebounds in another ... named to the Missouri All-State first team ... played in a small school program that previously produced former Georgetown standout Jahidi White and Arizona grad Loren Woods ... scored 10 points in the Missouri-Illinois Riverwar All-Star game ... ranked first in his class at Cardinal Ritter.

Personal:
Full name is Alexander Barnett ... majoring in sociology... born Nov. 21, 1986 ... son of Stacy and Gretta ... has one brother, Zachery, who played ball at Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

Barnett's Career Statistics
Year GP-GS FG-A FG% 3FG-A 3FG% FT-A FT% Reb RPG A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg
05-06 26-3 38-90 .422 10-31 .323 8-11 .727 36 1.4 15 15 5 12 94 3.6
06-07 27-26 133-315 .422 12-62 .194 40-57 .702 162 6.0 38 50 39 30 318 11.8
07-08 27-27 170-380 .447 22-61 .361 58-71 .817 196 7.3 59 50 33 33 420 15.6
08-09 28-28 194-439 .442 54-132 .409 100-122 .820 156 5.6 54 63 33 36 542 19.4
Totals 108-84 535-1224 .437 98-286 .343 206-261 .789 550 5.1
166 178 110 111
1374 12.7



DID YOU KNOW? The first time Alex Barnett dunked he was only 5-foot-10 and in the eighth grade

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