19  Anthony Barberio
Anthony Barberio

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bellmore, N.Y.

High School:
Calhoun

Last College:
Hofstra University

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Position:
M/F

Birthdate:
09/19/1982


2004:
Named to the America East All-Tournament Team . . . scored the game-tying goal to send the match into penalty kicks vs. Vermont in the America East first round (11/6) . . . tallied the game-winning goal and an assist vs. Northeastern (11/3) to help the Seawolves clinch a spot in the America East Tournament . . . netted his third goal in four games vs. Boston University (10/9) . . . named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week (10/3) . . . posted his second game-winning goal in as many matches and added an assist vs. UMBC (10/3) . . . netted the game-winning goal in his first appearance of the season vs. Adelphi (9/29).

2003:
Started all 18 games for the Seawolves . . . led the team with five goals and finished second with 10 points . . . scored his first goal of this season off a penalty kick in a 1-1 tie with Sacred Heart (10/24) . . . scored the only goal in loss against Philadelphia(10/30) . . . registered the game-winning goal against Hartford (10/18) . . . scored both goals for Stony Brook in 3-2 loss vs. New Hampshire (10/25).

2002:
Played in 16 games, earning 14 starts . . . led the team with three goals on 36 shots . . . scored first goal as a Seawolf against Stetson (9/13) . . . tallied the equalizer in a 2-1 loss at Hartford (10/5) . . . scored Stony Brook's only goal against Albany (10/26).

2000-01:
Spent two years at local rival Hofstra University . . . played 20 games, starting nine, as a freshman . . . totaled a goal and three assists.

High School:
Three-time All-County selection for Calhoun High School in Merrick, N.Y. . . . also received All-Conference honors . . . tallied 29 goals and 34 assists during his high school career.

Personal:
Anthony Louie Barberio . . . born Sept. 19, 1982, in Bellmore, N.Y. . . son of Laura and Luigi Barberio . . . brother of Jerome, Maria, Cecilia and Andrés . . . international business major.