Luis Barraza
Luis  Barraza


Santa Teresa, N.M.

High School:
Santa Teresa

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190


Honors and Awards:

BIG EAST All-Academic (2015-16)

2017: Played in 11 games in net for the Golden Eagles collecting just over 1,000 minutes, starting in 10 of those competitions. Posted 48 saves with .716 save percentage ... Career high saves against New Mexico, with 10 saves (Sept. 4) ... Made six saves at No. 11 Virginia (Sept. 12) ... Picked up five saves in a win over Seton Hall (Sept. 23) ... Recorded his first clean sheet of the season with three saves in the double overtime win against St. John's (Oct. 14).

Started 11 out of 12 games appeared in ... Compiled a 5-8-2 record with a 1.60 goals against average and a .747 save percentage ... Ranked first in the BIG EAST and 27th nationally in saves per game (4.67 saves per game) ... Collected four saves and earned his firHst win of the season on the road against UIC (Sept. 2) ... Recorded seven saves against St. John's and earned his fifth career shutout (Sept. 17) ... Named BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week (Sept. 19) ... Collected two saves against Villanova (Sept. 24) ... Tallied six saves at No. 6 Creighton (Oct. 15) ... Notched season-best nine saves in a 4-1 win against Xavier (Oct. 22) ... Recorded seven saves at No. 15 Butler (Oct. 29).

Started all 15 matches he appeared in … Won the team’s 2015 Rookie of the Year award … Made his first collegiate start in the season-opening 1-0 overtime loss to Oregon State (Aug. 28), where he made eight saves … Earned his first career victory with three saves in a win over Portland (Aug. 30) … Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Aug. 31) with 11 saves in his first two career starts … Registered his first career shutout with five saves in a 1-0 win over Omaha (Sept. 11) … Totaled four shutouts on the season, including back-to-back 1-0 clean sheets against Wisconsin (Oct. 7) and Seton Hall (Oct. 10) … Named BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week (Oct. 12) for his two-shutout week where he made eight combined saves … Ranked No. 33 on TopDrawerSoccer.com’s Top-100 Freshmen list.

Prior to Marquette: A three-year starter for Real Salt Lake-Arizona of the MLS Development Academy, appearing in 74 games, while starting 68 ... He won the U-15/16 U.S. Soccer Development Academy championship as a the starting goalkeeper for Real Salt Lake in 2013, but spent most of his time as the starting goalkeeper for the U-18 squad since the age of 16 ... In 2015, he led the U-18 squad to a 34-3-4 record and an appearance in the Academy national championship en route to a runner-up finish ... 

Personal: Born Nov. 8, 1996 ... Son of Luis and Mirna Barraza ... Has one sister, Daniela, who is a member of the women's soccer team at New Mexico State ... Intended major is undeclared.




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