3 - Alexander Barlow
Alexander Barlow
Height: 5-11
Weight: 187
Year: Junior
Hometown: Springboro, Ohio
High School: Moeller
Position: G

Barlow Career Stats

*2013-14 BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year
*2013-14 Capital One Academic All-District V
* Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll
*Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll

Quick Hits:
•Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll twice in 2013-14.
•Hit a one-handed floater with 0:02.6 left in overtime to lift Butler to an 88-86 victory over top-ranked Indiana in 2012-13.  Shot was a finalist for Geico Play of the Year.
•Two-sport standout in basketball and baseball at Moeller High School.
•Earned a spot on Butler’s 2011-12 roster as a walk-on.

2013-14 Highlights:
Starter in all 31 games...led the team in assists and steals...had 10 points at Ball State...scored 12 points and added team-highs of three assists and three steals against Oklahoma State...recorded career-highs for three-point field goals (3) and rebounds (10) in a career-high 44 minutes against LSU...posted a career-high five steals against Purdue...named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after scoring a career-high 16 points and adding eight rebounds and four steals in Butler’s win at Evansville...had team highs of nine rebounds and five assists against Villanova...shared the team lead with eight rebounds at Seton Hall...matched his career-high with three three-point field goals against Xavier...hit three three-point field goals and scored 13 points at home against Creighton...scored 11 points on the road at St. John’s...scored nine points and had a career-high eight assists at home against Providence...led the Bulldogs with career-highs of 19 points and five steals at DePaul...posted eight rebounds and four assists in final regular season game against Seton Hall...named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for performance against DePaul and Seton Hall.

2012-13 Highlights:
Played in 35 Butler games, including 23 as a starter...led the Bulldogs in steals and finished third on the squad in assists...had a career-high seven rebounds and three assists in 17 minutes against Elon...came off the bench and sparked the Bulldogs with five points, three assists, three steals and a strong defensive effort  in the Bulldogs’ win over Ball State...had four rebounds and three assists against IUPUI in his first collegiate start...recorded four assists at Northwestern...scored a career-high six points and hit one of the biggest shots in Butler basketball history to lift the Bulldogs to an overtime victory over top-ranked Indiana...matched his career scoring-high with six points at Vanderbilt...pulled down three rebounds and had four assists and a career-high three steals at Saint Joseph’s...matched his career-high with six points and added three rebounds and three assists at Dayton...had five points, five rebounds and four assists against Richmond...scored five points, grabbed four rebounds and had a career-high six assists against #8 Gonzaga...shared the team lead in assists with five at La Salle...hit a career-best two three-point field goals and matched his career-highs with six points and seven rebounds against Duquesne...came off the bench to spark the Bulldogs with a career-high four steals at Massachusetts...shared the team rebounding lead with five in 19 minutes against Xavier...helped spark the Bulldogs with career-highs of 10 points and four steals against Bucknell in the second round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship...had four points, two rebounds and a career-high three blocked shots against Marquette in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

2011-12 Highlights:
Saw five minutes of action in Butler’s exhibition win over Franklin...played briefly at Evansville, against Savannah State and at Detroit...recorded first career steal at Indiana...came off the bench with a career-high four rebounds and three assists in four minutes against Oakland City...scored first collegiate points with a basket in the closing minutes of Butler’s Horizon League Tournament victory over Milwaukee...came off the bench with career-highs of four points, four rebounds and three steals in 21 minutes against Delaware in the College Basketball Invitational...matched his career-high with four rebounds in 19 minutes at Penn in the quarterfinals of the CBI...had a career-high four assists and matched his career-highs with three steals and a blocked shot in 20 minutes against Pittsburgh in the semifinals of the CBI.

High School:  Three-year varsity team member on the basketball squad at Moeller High School...earned honorable mention All-Ohio recognition as a senior...named first team All-Greater Catholic League South in 2010-11...second team All-GCL as a junior...named GCL South Defensive Player of the Year as a junior...earned honorable mention All-Southwest District honors in 2009-10...averaged 8.9 points, 5.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 2.5 steals in final high school season...shot 56% from the field and 41.2% from beyond the three-point arc in 2010-11...ranked fourth in the GCL in steals and fifth in assists as a senior...scored a career-high 21 points against Northmont as a senior and against Mentor as a junior...hit nine of 12 shots, including three of five from beyond the three-point arc, in the win over Northmont...posted a career-high 10 rebounds against Chaminade Julienne in 2009-10 and against St. Xavier in 2008-09...had a career-best 10 assists against Aiken as a junior...recorded first career double-double with 17 points and 10 assists in the game against Aiken...had a career-high six steals in three different games during his high school career...helped Moeller to a 22-3 record, a co-championship in the GCL and sectional and district titles as a senior...second team All-State shortstop on the baseball team at Moeller...led the GCL in hitting with a .532 average as a junior...named first team All-GCL and first team All-City in 2010...helped Moeller to a 29-2 record and the state semifinals as a junior...tied the Moeller single season record for stolen bases with 26 (in 26 attempts) as a senior...earned second team All-GCL honors in 2011...High School Coach:  Carl Kremer.