Last updated on June 4, 2014
2014 (Senior): Made 14 starts in her final season ... saw 577 minutes in cage ... totaled 97 saves and four caused turnovers ... finished tied for first on the team with 22 groundballs ... began the year posting a career-high 16 saves against Wagner on February, 17, which ranks tied for second in the Fresno State single games record books ... a captain on this year's squad, she then set a new Fresno State single-game record with eight groundballs against Marist on Mar 2 ... finished third in the MPSF with 6.93 saves per game with a 38.3 save percentage.
2013 (Junior): In her junior season, Barnaba played in 10 games and started one ... recorded 34 saves and 58 goals against ... had a season-best seven saves against Albany and San Diego State ... picked up five groundballs ... had two caused turnovers.
2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 10 games and started two games ... recorded 61 saves and has 91 goals against ... had a 1-1 record while in goal ... played 350:21 minutes with a goals against average of 15.58 ... won 12 ground balls and faced 185 shots ... recorded a season-best 14 saves against Saint Mary's.
2011 (Freshman): Played in 11 games and started in four ... had 46 saves as a goalkeeper.
High School: Lettered four years in lacrosse as a goalkeeper ... recorded 250 saves in her four years while leading her team to a combined record of 75-6 ... In 2008 the team finished with a perfect 21-0 record and won the IAAM A conference championship ... in 2008 the team was No. 1 in Maryland and the nation ... named to the 2009 Baltimore Metro Team.
Personal: Born June 18, 1992 in Baltimore, Md. ... parents are Michael Barnaba and Jane Barnaba ... has two sisters, Lauren and Lindsey ... favorite athlete is Ray Lewis because he was such a positive influence on his team and he had great work ethic ... biggest athletic thrill was getting our first win on our home field ... involved in the Big Hero Little Hero program ... admires her family because of their support ... also recruited by Longwood and Gettysburg ... chose Fresno State because of the desire to be a part of a new program.
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