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Camryn Barry
Camryn  Barry


Westlake Village, Calif.

High School:
Briar Woods (Va.)




McHugh Wins B1G Gold in Mile

Nittany Lions place eighth


McHugh Breaks WS&D 500 Free Record at B1Gs

Nittany Lions send three to finals


WS&D Sixth After B1G Opening Relays

NCAA B-cut in 800 free relay highlights night


S&D Men Conclude UNC-Navy Meet

Freshmen standout in first meet of New Year


S&D Women Earn Split At UNC-Navy Meet

Freshmen standout in first meet of New Year


2018 Women's B1G Swimming & Diving - Day 1

2018 Women's B1G Swimming & Diving - Day 1

High School
Four-year letterwinner swimming at two different high schools … Swam as an underclassman at Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. for head coach Ron Blanc and as an upperclassman at Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Va. for head coach Eric Bateman … Won Virginia state championship in the 100 freestyle as a junior and senior … Set school and Virginia High School 5A state record in the 100 free of 50.7 seconds … Named second-team All-Met as a junior and senior … 2015-16 Loudoun County Swimmer of the Year … Team MVP as a senior … Also swam for Nations Capital Swim Club … Helped Santa Margarita Catholic H.S. to state titles as a freshman and sophomore … Earned school’s Marine Award of Academic and Athletic Excellence … Member of National Honors Society … President of Charity League chapter.

Full name is Camryn Grace Barry… Born April 14, 1999 in Henderson, Nevada … Parents are Joe and Chris Barry … Has a younger sister, Lauren, and younger twin brothers, Sam and Nick … Father, Joe, played football at USC and is now the linebackers and assistant head coach for the Los Angeles Rams … Intends to major in business and is considering law school … Enjoys drawing and painting.

Why Penn State?
“I chose PSU because I knew that it was going to make me better in every single aspect of my life. I fell in love with the team and coaches and felt right at home the second I stepped on this campus. It’s literally my home away from home. We are given every single resource to be the best possible versions of ourselves here, and I cannot wait to see what I can do here. Penn State is a very special place and I feel blessed every single day that I have had the opportunity to be a student athlete here.”


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