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2 - Madeline Barnes
Madeline Barnes
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr
Hometown: Kenmore, WA
High School: Lakeside
College: Scripps
Position: G
Major: Classics/Pre-med

2012-2013 (Jr.): Appeared in and started in all 25 games...Averaged team-high 15.1 points and 1.6 steals in 30.4 minutes per game. All-SCIAC 2nd Team.

2011-2012 (So.): Appeared in all 26 of the Athenas' 26 games, making 13 starts… Averaged 8.6 pts and 2.6 rebounds in 23.7 mins per game… Scored game high 18 pts vs. Arizona Christian (12/10/11) and 15 pts vs. University of Redland (2/11/12)… Scored game high 7 rebounds vs. Nebraska Wesleyan (12/29/11).

2010-2011 (Fr.): Appeared in all 27 of the Athenas' 27 games, making 4 starts… Averaged 8.0 pts and 3.3 rebounds in 22.4 mins per game... scored season/game high 24 pts vs. Cal Tech (2/19/11) … Scored game high 12 pts vs. Bethany Lutheran and (11/19/10) 18 pts vs. Pomona-Pitzer (2/22/11).

High School: Was a 2010 graduate of Lakeside High School located in Seattle, Washington. Played 3 years varsity basketball … Junior year Captain, 3rd Team All Metro… Senior year State Athlete of the week, 2nd Team All Metro, Team MVP, Captain… 2007-2008: Metro Champions, ranked 2nd in District, 8th in State… 2008-2009: ranked 4th in State…4 year letter winner in Lacrosse… 2008, 2009, 2010 Lacrosse State Champions… 2010 Academic All-American… 2010 2nd Team All State, Co-MVP of State Championship Game.

Personal: Born in Seattle, Washington...Daughter of Linda and Doug Barnes…Has two sisters: Cindy Kramer and Crystina Barnes…Classics and Pre-Med major... Spent a month during high school living in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains… most thrilling sports moment was going undefeated and winning the state championship in Lacrosse senior year…High school teammates with fellow CMS basketball player Kyra Ray…Chose CMS because of the great academic possibilities and the athletic competitiveness.

Favorites: Food: Macaroni and Cheese; TV Show: How I Met Your Mother; Book: Slaughter House Five (by Kurt Vonnegut); Things outside of basketball: Baking, cooking, and reading (non-school material).