Dartmouth senior guard Brendan Barry out for season with injury

Dartmouth senior guard Brendan Barry is out for the season due to injury. Barry has averaged 13.2 points, 3.2 rebounds and three assists per game in his three seasons at Dartmouth, establishing himself as one of the league’s best three-point shooters as well as an effective ball distributor. (Dartmouth Athletics)

Dartmouth senior guard Brendan Barry is out for the 2019-20 season due to injury, according to Dartmouth Athletics.

Barry’s plans following this season have not been determined and a decision about his future won’t be made until well after the season, per Dartmouth Athletics.

Barry has been a major focal point of Dartmouth’s offense the past two seasons, ranking second on the team and 11th in the Ivy League last season at 13.2 points per game. He also was a pivotal ball distributor for the Big Green, boasting the conference’s highest assist-to-turnover ratio for the second straight season as a junior.

But Barry is perhaps most well-known for his three-point shooting and has posted one of the top two highest three-point percentages across the league in all three of his seasons at Dartmouth, shooting 44.5% for his career.

Barry also led the Ivy League last season in minutes played after finishing second in that category as a sophomore, underscoring how significant of a loss Barry’s sidelining for the 2019-20 season will be.

 

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