2006-07 Game-by-Game Stats
When injuries depleted the Cincinnati roster in early January of the 2005-06 season, Connor Barwin answered the call for "a few good men" and he was that for the Bearcats over the final two months of the season. A tight end on the football team, Barwin used his football strength to establish defensive position and his tenacity to battle for every rebound and loose ball.
Joined team as a walk-on Jan. 11 and saw action in all 18 games, averaging 9.9 minutes per game.
Played a career-high 24 minutes and set another personal best with nine rebounds vs. South Carolina in the NIT (3/23/06).
Tallied two points and matched a career high with four rebounds in 12 minutes of action vs. Minnesota (3/21/06).
Saw 13 minutes of action vs. Syracuse in the BIG EAST Tournament (3/8/06).
Grabbed three rebounds in 12 minutes of action vs. No. 2 Villanova (2/23/06).
Tallied a field goal and grabbed three rebounds in 11 minutes of action vs. Syracuse (2/15/06).
Scored a career-high six points, also collecting two rebounds and blocking a shot, in a career-best 19 minutes vs. Pittsburgh (2/12/06).
Collected two rebounds in four minutes in win over Louisville (2/6/06).
Garnered three rebounds and a blocked shot vs. Louisville (1/25/06).
Recorded career highs of four points, four rebounds in 12 minutes vs. Rutgers (1/22/06).
Grabbed three rebounds and dished out an assist vs. Xavier (1/19/06).
Saw his first action vs. Syracuse on Jan. 14, scoring two points, grabbing a rebound, and recording a steal in eight minutes.
Earned a letter on the Bearcat football team this past fall.
Played in all 11 games as a first-year freshman in 2005.
Showed he was a capable receiver as a backup tight end.
Averaged 18.0 yards on eight catches.
Caught a TD pass in win over Connecticut.
Caught a pair of passes for 72 yards vs. Penn State.
Two-time all-league selection in basketball at University of Detroit Jesuit High, helping school to a league title as a freshman and a district championship his sophomore year.
First team all-state selection in football as a senior, also earning all-league, all-Catholic and all-district honors.
Recipient of the team's offensive and defensive MVP awards.
Rated as the No. 17 player in Michigan by the Detroit Free Press.
Selected for the East-West All-Star Game.
Earned Second Honors academically.
Born Oct. 15, 1986 in Southfield, Mich...son of Tom Barwin and Margaret Bailey...has three older brothers...undecided about academic major.