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#10 Christian Barreiro
Position: Midfield/Forward
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Baltimore, Md.
High School: Calvert Hall College

Career Games Played/Started: 71/69
Career Stats: 20 goals, 18 assists, 58 points

2011: Second-team NSCAA All-Region ... First-team All-Ivy ... Academic All-Ivy ... Led team in goals (7), assists (7) and points (21) ... Tied for Ivy lead in assists and tied for second in points ... Started all 17 matches ... Had points in 12 of 17 matches ... Opened season with a goal and an assist at La Salle (9/2), connecting on a penalty kick ... Notched an assist against Saint Joseph's (9/4) ... Scored on a penalty kick against Georgetown (9/16) ... Picked up an assist at Villanova (9/18) ... Scored game-winner against Stony Brook (9/24) ... Tallied an assist against Long Island (9/25) ... Scored a goal in four straight games (10/8-10/22), starting with the game-winning goal in the 89th minute at Columbia (10/8) .. Also had goals at Lehigh (10/11) and at home against Dartmouth (10/15) and Yale (10/22) ... Notched an assist against Princeton (11/5) ... Picked up two assists in season finale at Harvard (11/12) ... Invited to 2012 MLS Player Combine.

2010:
Third-team NSCAA All-Northeast Region … First-team All-Ivy … Philadelphia Soccer 6 Player of the Week (11/22) … Appeared in all 19 matches, starting each one … One of two players on team to start each match … Led Penn, tied for Ivy League lead in assists with seven… Finished fourth in the Ancient Eight with 17 points … Had points in 11 of 19 matches … Began season with a three-match scoring streak (9/3-9/10) with goals in first two matches, finding the back of the net at Saint Joseph’s (9/3) and against La Salle (9/5) and adding an assist against George Mason (9/10) … Put together a three-point night with a goal and an assist at Yale (10/23) … That game was part of a three-match scoring streak, sandwiched between assists at Dartmouth (10/16) and against Penn State (10/26) … Notched an assist at Princeton (11/6), beginning a third three-match scoring run … Scored Penn’s lone goal against Harvard (11/13) … Scored game-winner in NCAA Championships’ first-round win over Bucknell, sending the Quakers to the second round with an overtime golden goal.

2009: Played in all 17 games, starting 16 ... Philadelphia Soccer Six All-Star ... Led Penn with 15 points, tied for team lead with six goals ... Second on the team with three assists ... Had two-goal games against San Diego (9/13) and Lehigh (10/6) ... Earned co-Philadelphia Soccer Six Player of the Week after his Lehigh performance ... Also scored against Navy (9/20) and in Ivy tie with Cornell (10/3) ... Had assists against Seton Hall (9/4), Temple (9/23) and Princeton (11/7) ... Finished with team-high 39 shots, including 16 on goal.

2008: Started all 18 games, one of just two freshmen to do so ... First freshman since Mike Klein, Alex Grendi and Ryan Porch in 2005 to earn a regular starting spot in his first season ... Scored first collegiate goal against DePaul (9/7) ... Scored again vs. Villanova (10/1) ... Had an assist at Cornell (10/4) ... Named to Ivy League weekly honor roll (10/6) ... Won the 2009 USYSA national championship with Baltimore Casa Mia Bays club team.

High School: Offered youth team positions with European clubs Middlesbrough FC (England) and Celtic FC (Scotland) ... Two-time U.S. Youth National Team Pool (2004, 05) ... Region I ODP, 2004-07 ... Traveled with Region I to England, Scotland and Spain ... Maryland ODP 2002-07 ... 2007 ODP National Champion ... 2006 and 2007 ODP Regional Champion ... Traveled with Maryland ODP to Sao Paulo, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina ... 2007 adidas ESP and adidas Disney interregional all-star team selection ... Traveled to Barcelona, Spain ... 2005 Super Y National Team member ... Played for the Baltimore Casa Mia Bays club team ... With Casa Mia Bays: 2008 U.S. Soccer Development Academy Champion ... Maryland State Cup Champions (2006, 2007) ... 2006 Region I Champions ... 2006 USYSA National Champions ... Played three seasons at Calvert Hall College ...Captain as a senior ... 2007 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-America, NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America, NSCAA All-Academic Team, CHC Scholar Athlete ... Three-time selection for all-county, all-conference, all-metro and first team all-state ... All-Examiner selection senior year ... NSCAA/adidas All-South and Pressbox Player of the Week as a junior ... 2005 CHC Scholar Athlete as a sophomore ... Played at Perry Hall High School as a freshman ... 2004 County Champions ... Led team in scoring every season (career stats: 40g, 27a, 107 points) ... Had 4.0 at Calvert Hall ... McMullen Scholar ... Regis Tutor ... Two-time CHC Scholar Athlete Award winner ... NSCAA adidas all-academic award team member ... National Honor Society ... President of Spanish Honor Society Cardinal Cisneros Chapter ... Member of Spanish Club ... De La Salle Scholarship and Men of Calvert Hall Scholarship award winner ... Glen Meadows retirement home volunteer ... Founded VIDA ALEGRE, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the impoverished. 

Personal: Son of Sheri and Mauricio Barreiro ... Has one sister, Alessandra ... Father played Division I soccer at West Chester State College ... Played with fellow Quakers, Thomas Brandt and Jake Levin, with the Casa Mia Bays ... Enrolled in Wharton.

Why Penn? "My high school, Calvert Hall College, emphasized and engrained in me the necessary qualities of 'Faith, Intellect & Integrity,' and Penn will allow me to continue to honor and fulfill these personal goals and qualities, both academically and on the field. My vow to Penn soccer and myself is to give Penn everything that I have every day so that the Penn community can be proud of our team."


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