A competitive individual who possesses a good work ethic and attitude . . . Fundamentally-sound . . . Continues to work hard on improving his skill level . . . Capable backup backstop . . . Provides quality depth to the Bulldogs’ netminding corps . . . A former walk-on.
Didn’t receive any game action . . . Earned a varsity letter.
Appeared in 26 games for the Grand Rapids (Mich.) Junior Owls of the Central States Hockey League (CSHL) in the 2005-06 season . . . Posted a 3.36 goals-against average and a .916 save percentage to go with 12-12-0 mark in net for head coach Mike Flanagan’s squad . . . Ranked 22nd best among the league’s goals-against average leaders last winter . . . Registered 925 saves with 85 goals allowed in 1,517 minutes of action for the 2005-06 campaign . . . Selected to the 2005 Junior B All-Star Team and was also named a Most Valuable Player in various tournaments . . . Spent six weeks in 2005 playing for the USA Developmental Team in Ann Arbor, Mich. . . . A 2005 graduate of Caledonia (Mich.) High School.
Son of Jerry and Chris Barber . . . Born 2/22/87 in Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . His parents are the president and vice-president of a software company . . . Has one brother and sister, both older . . . His brother, Jeremy, played Division I hockey at Robert Morris University in the 2005-06 season . . . Enjoys golf and water sports . . . FSU Letters: One . . . Catches: Left . . . Marketing major.