Kelly Barry
Kelly  Barry


Elmhurst, Ill.

High School:
York H.S.


Women's Tennis - Photos of the Season

Women's Tennis - Photos of the Season

Barry's Career Results
Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 Fall Total 1 2 3 Fall Total
09-10 -- 3-1 12-11 -- -- -- 9-3 24-15 -- 2-0 6-1 1-2 9-3
10-11 8-6 8-6 2-5 2-5

Sophomore (2010-11) - In fall action, Barry recorded a team-high eight wins including three straight to close the season at the ITA 2nd Chance Tournament. She tallied an 8-6 fall singles record and won two doubles matches against California University of Pennsylvania and UW-Milwaukee with Gillian Hush. Barry also paired with Olga Fischer and Chelsea Utting.

Freshman (2009-10) - Barry recorded the second-most wins on the team in her debut season with a 24-15 overall singles record. In dual play, she recorded a 15-12 mark, all from the No. 2 and 3 positions. In doubles play, she saw a limited role during the spring season, tallying an 8-1 dual record with five different partners. The freshman also captured two doubles wins during the BIG EAST Tournament with Christina Ruiz. In the fall season, she advanced to the main draw of the ITA Midwest Regional, defeating players from Akron and Michigan State. Barry earned her first letter.

Prior to Marquette - Barry was a four-year varsity player at York Community High School. She earned most valuable player honors for the Dukes during her last three years on the squad, as she led the squad to the sectional championship as a sophomore, junior and senior. Her junior season, she tallied a career-best 34 singles wins and advanced to the quarterfinals of the state tournament. Barry departed York as the winningest singles player in school history with a 113-25 career record, and led the program all-time with the most points accumulated in the state tournament. In 2007, she advanced to the semifinals of the G16 national tournament.

Personal - Barry was born May 31, 1991, daughter of Robert and Lois Barry. She will be majoring in biology or environmental studies.


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