Bryce Barnes
Bryce Barnes

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Virginia Beach, Va.

High School:
Kempsville (USMAPS)

Weight:
197



05/13/2014

Army Recruiting Class Receives National Attention

Army Wrestling Class Of 2014 Ranked 22nd By The Open Mat

04/21/2014

Brian Harvey Places Second At FILA Junior Nationals

Army Sophomore Takes Second In Competitive Field

03/12/2014

Three Black Knights Headed To NCAA Championships

Barnes, Hancock and Harvey To Represent Army In Oklahoma City

03/09/2014

Army Produces Five Place Winners At EIWA Championships

Harvey Leads Army With A Fifth-Place Showing

03/08/2014

Five Black Knights Advance At EIWA Championships

Barnes Clinches Second NCAA Championship Bid

2012-13: Compiled a 25-20 overall record with four major decisions and two technical falls ... wrestled the entire season at 197 pounds ... finished second on the team with 25 victories ... ranked third on the team with five pins ... placed second at the Oklahoma-Gold Classic (Nov. 10) and the All-Academy Championships (Feb. 2) ... earned six consecutive wins from Jan. 11 to Jan. 27 ... took fourth at the EIWA Championships (March 8-9) ... one of four Black Knights to qualify for NCAAs.

HIGH SCHOOL/PREP SCHOOL: Won the Virginia state championship as a senior at Kempsville High School ... also placed sixth as a sophomore and seventh as a junior ... took 11th at the 2011 Beast of the East tournament ... spent a year at the United States Military Academy Prep School ... won an individual title at the NCWA Mid-East Championships ... overcame knee injuries as a sophomore and junior to win the state title as a senior.

PERSONAL: Bryce Marshall Lee Barnes was born Nov. 18, 1992 in Chesapeake, Va. ... son of Lee and Denise Barnes ... has two sisters, Macie and Brittney ... hobbies include playing the guitar, watching movies and reading ... majoring in Systems Engineering.

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