Stanford: Has made an impression with the Stanford coaching staff with his quickness and aggressive style of play ... Julius is extremely athletic at the point-guard position and look for him to play a pivotal role in the team's success this year.
2001-02 Season (Junior): Voted Most Improved Player ... Moved into the starting lineup seven games into the season ... Scored a career-high 27 points (8-for-12 from the floor, 4-for-7 from three-point territory) along with five assists and three steals against California (1/4/02) in the Pac-10 season opener ... Scored 23 points along with four rebounds and four assists at UCLA (1/24/02) ... Helped spearhead the Cardinal to victory with 19 points (7-for-9 from the floor) along with four assists against Michigan State (12/29/01) at the Pete Newell Challenge ... Against UCLA (2/23/02), scored 17 points along with five assists and four steals ... Started his first collegiate game against Portland State (12/19/01) and responded with 16 points (4-for-8 from three-point territory), three assists, two rebounds and a steal ... Named to the all-tournament team at the Stanford Invitational ... Scored 16 points, grabbed four rebounds and dished out four assists at Washington (2/14/02) ... Collected 16 points (4-for-5 from three-point territory) at Arizona State (3/2/02) ... Tallied 15 points, five assists, two rebounds and a block against Washington (1/19/02) ... Scored 13 points against Texas (12/1/01), and followed that up with eleven points (5-for-5 from the floor) against Long Beach State (12/15/01) ... Averaged 10.9 ppg, third-best on the Cardinal varsity ... Led the Cardinal in free throw percentage (.814, 48-for-59).
2000-01 (Sophomore): Looked impressive playing both the point and off-guard positions ... Named Most Improved Player hy his teammates ... Averaged 14.6 minutes of play per game, and averaged 4.4 ppg ... Played double-digits in minutes played off the bench in 26 of 34 games ... Played perhaps his best game of the season against NCAA champion Duke (12/21/00) ... Playing the point-guard position, scored nine points, grabbed three rebounds, dished out two assists and blocked a shot in 17 minutes against the Blue Devils ... Helped upstart the Cardinal against Oregon State (1/11/01) with a season-high 15 points (6-for-9 from the floor, 3-for-5 from three-point territory) in 23 minutes ... Scored eleven points (4-for-4 from the free throw line) against Old Dominion (11/23/00) at the Puerto Rico Shootout ... Chalked up ten points against Fordham (12/29/00) in the opening round of the Cable Car Classic ... Tallied ten points (4-for-6 from the floor) in 20 minutes of play against Sacred Heart (12/18/00) ... Dished out a season-high five assists in the season opener against San Francisco State (11/19/00).
1999-00 Season (Freshman): Played double digits in minutes played in nine games ... Chalked up a season-high seven points and four assists in 12 minutes of play at Washington State (2/24/00) ... Turned in seven points and six assists in 18 minutes against New Hampshire (12/29/99) ... Scored seven points and grabbed two rebounds in eleven minutes in his collegiate debut against Duke (11/11/99) ... Played in 24 games.
High School: Enjoyed an excellent senior season at Rowland High School, averaging 25 points, eight assists and six rebounds per game ... Named first team all-state by Cal-Hi Sports, all-CIF Southern Section, all-San Gabriel league and all-league ... Tallied a career-high 39 points against Berkeley in the championship game of the Southern California Tournament ... Hit 47 percent from the floor, 40 percent from three-point territory, and 86 percent from the free throw line ... Selected to play in the Dada All-Star Classic during his senior season, featuring 13 high school All-Americans ... Prior to his senior season, Julius was named a high honorable mention All-American by Street & Smith's, and named to the Blue Ribbon Yearbook "Stars of the Future" list ... Named to the Orange County Register "Fabulous 15" first team ... During his junior season, averaged 25 points, seven assists, five rebounds and four steals per game ... Gained All-Sierra League, MVP, All-CIF and All-San Gabriel Valley honors ... In one game, scored 34 points against rival Brea ... In addition to his outstanding athletic skills, Julius was an outstanding student, gaining numerous academic honors ... He was on the Honor Roll (students with 3.5 gpa or better) throughout high school, a member of the California Scholastic Federation (CSF), and student-athlete of the month.
Record Book (1999-)
14. Season Three-Point Attempts (2001-02) 136
15. Career Three-Point Field Goals (1999-) 74
15. Career Three-Point Attempts (1999-) 230
22. Season Three-Point Field Goals (2001-02) 46
23. Career Three-Point Percentage (1999-) .322
Julius Barnes in the NCAA Tournament