Career Highlights: Earned All-America honorable mention honors by The Associated Press as a senior. Finished career ranked second all-time in assists (662) and third all-time in three-pointers made (244) at Seton Hall. Also finished seventh in career points (1,861) and became the school’s all-time leader in minutes played (4,296) during his final game. Averaged 13.0 points and 5.7 assists in three games at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.
Senior (2003-04): Named First Team All-Big East. Mountain Dew Three-Point Contestant at the 2004 Final Four in San Antonio. Tallied 19 points and six assists in Seton Hall’s 80-76 comeback win over Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. A First Team All-District 3 selection and Midseason Wooden Award Top 30 candidate.
Junior (2002-03): All-Big East Conference Second Team and All-Metropolitan First Team selection. Led Seton Hall in scoring (16.7 ppg), assists (5.3 ppg), free throw percentage (.836) and three-point percentage (.368). Scored 20 points or more 10 times and led the Pirates in scoring 17 times. Recorded 17 points, six rebounds and five assists against Rhode Island in the NIT. Posted a career-best 30 points, while adding eight assists, against St. Peter’s.
Sophomore (2001-02): The Pirates’ starting point guard in all 30 games. An All-District selection by the NABC and USBWA. Finished with team bests in scoring (16.9 ppg), rebounding (5.1 apg) and minutes (34.5 mpg). Led Seton Hall in scoring 12 times and scored double figures in all but two games. Starting point guard for the USA Basketball squad that won bronze at the 2001 World University Games in Beijing.
Freshman (2000-01): Starting point guard in all 31 games. All-Metropolitan Third Team selection. Handed out 13 assists against St. Peter’s, the highest single-game total since 1985-86.
Strengths: A true point guard. Makes good decisions with the ball and has the ability to penetrate into the lane for the shot or pass. Can be a major disruption on defense with his superior quickness.
Personal: Pirate legend Richie Regan gave Barrett permission to wear No. 12 at Seton Hall, although jersey was previously retired. Barrett presented his jersey, framed, back to the Regan family (Richie passed away on Dec. 24, 2002) on senior night. Majored in communications.