Woodard was the Cowgirls highest finisher tying for 14th
Blunt Claims Second-Straight top-15 finish
Blunt Pacing Cowgirls at 153 (+9)
Third-Annual Tournament Held in Palm Desert
Stancato, Kershisnik post top-25 finish
2014-15 (Sophomore): Barrie proved to be a leader for the Cowgirls during the 2014-15 season, as she played in every event for UW. She participated in 32 rounds recording the second-best stroke average on the team with 77.8. She led the team in scoring four times throughout the season, while also notching two top-25 finishes. Barrie carded her lowest tournament score of 224 (+8) at the Grand Canyon Invitational, as well as, her best career round of 72 (E) in the first round. The Grand Canyon Invitational was also her best finish of her career, as she tied for seventh. She finished the season at the Mountain West Championships as the second-highest finisher for Wyoming, where she tied for 36th with a three-round score card of 239 (+23). Barrie was also named to the spring 2015 Academic All-MW team.
2013-14 (Freshman): Barrie made an impact on the Cowgirls in her first season with the program. She played 18 rounds with a scoring average of 80.8. Her best finish came as an individual at the Cowgirl Desert intercollegiate finishing tied for 25th in the 107-golfer field with a career-low score of 230 (+14). Barrie also played well at the Cowgirl Classic with a score of 232 (+16), tying for 39th place. She competed in the Mountain West Championship finishing 44th at 255 (+39). She recorded a season-best scores of 75 (+3) in the first round of the Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate and Wyoming Cowgirl Classic.
High School: The second Canadian on the current Cowgirl roster, Mackenzie Barrie posted a standout summer of golf in 2012 with a scoring average of 76.2 strokes. She tied for 31st at 316 (+12) at the British Columbia Women's Amateur Championship, before going on to place 12th at the British Columbia Junior Girls Championship at 309 (+9). She also placed second at her Zone Championship. Barrie was a member of the British Columbia team in the North Pacific Team Matches in 2013. In the classroom, she was a member of the Honor Roll all four years and graduated with a 3.94 grade-point average. As a senior, she was named the Athlete of the Year and Top All-Round Student.
Personal: Mackenzie was born Nov. 15 in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. She is the daughter of Jamie and Tracey Barrie and has one brother, Conor. She plans to major in kinesiology and health promotion while at UW.