Football’s Ryan Barry plays in National Bowl Game

Football’s Ryan Barry plays in National Bowl Game

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Saint Anselm College senior offensive lineman Ryan Barry participated in the National Bowl All-Star game held at Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium on Dec. 6.

Barry was featured in an article in the Eagle Tribune on Sunday, Jan. 22.

Ryan Barry played in 43 games during his time on the Hilltop, including 33 starts, and was a two-time All-Northeast-10 Conference Second Team selection. This past season, Barry was part of an offensive line that led the way for a rushing attack that surpassed 1,000 yards and scored 13 touchdowns.

"Ryan Barry has been an anchor at offensive line for the Hawks," said head coach Joe Adam. "He was a captain of our 2016 team and has been a great player for the past four years. This accolade speaks to his level of play here in the NE10."

The National Bowl Game is an annual post-season college football all-star game consisting of top players from Non-FBS schools. It showcases All-American and All Conference seniors from around the Nation that travel to the game from over 30 states representing over 400+ Division 2,3, and FCS schools. The National Bowl is the elite and only current post-season all star game to focus on players below D1/FBS that get the opportunity to play in front of several NFL and CFL scouts.

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