--Played in 118 games in his career, with 86 at Arizona State and 32 as a freshman at the University of Hawaii. Scored 575 career points (353 at ASU).
--Averaged 4.1 points in ASU career and shot 71-of-192 (.370) from the three-point stripe.
SENIOR SEASON (2014-15)
--Averaged 6.9 points and 2.3 rebounds per game in senior season (2014-15).
--Went 2-for-4 from beyond the arc and hit a clutch late three to help the Sun Devils beat UCLA Feb. 18.
--Sustained an ankle injury at Washington State on Feb. 13 and missed the following game at Washington on Feb. 15.
--Had a team high 18 points against No. 6 Arizona on Feb. 7 as Sun Devils upset Wildcats in Tempe for second straight season. Was perfect from the foul line (8-8) and also grabbed three rebounds. His three-pointer late sealed the win.
--Scored 11 points and snagged five rebounds against Oregon State on Jan. 28.
--Was 5-for-7 from the field and perfect from the foul line (5-5) at CAL on Jan. 22. Finished with 17 points and also grabbed five rebounds.
--Against Colorado on Jan. 17 Barnes was 4-for-6 from beyond the arc, scoring 13.
--At Texas A&M on Dec. 6 Barnes went 5-for-9 from the field, finishing with 12 points and a team high five rebounds.
--Scored 17 against Maryland on Nov. 24 going 5-for-7 from beyond the arc. Also dished two assists and had two steals.
--Earned first-team Pac-12 All-Academic honors.
@SUNDEVILHOOPS PAC-12 ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS
2014-15: Bo Barnes
2012-13: Carrick Felix
2011-12: Trent Lockett
2010-11: Trent Lockett
2008-09: Derek Glasser, Richards Kuksiks (second)
2005-06: Chad Goldstein (second)
2004-05: Wilfried Fameni (second)
2003-04: Justin Allen (second)
2002-03: Justin Allen, Shawn Redhage
2001-02: Shawn Redhage
2000-01: Shawn Redhage
1998-99: Bobby Lazor
1997-98: Bobby Lazor
1990-91: Matt Anderson
BACKGROUND ON BO (B.A. COMMUNICATIONS, 2014)
--Barnes went to China in August 2013 with the Sun Devil basketball team, and went back to China in summer of 2014 as a part of the Pac-12’s All-Star team.
--Bo is the son of Jake and Toni Barnes, and he has two brothers and two sisters. He earned his B.A. in communications in May 2014.
--His father Jake is a professional rodeo champion who has competed for nearly three decades.
BO BARNES TOP SCORING GAMES
19 vs. Cal State Fullerton (11/13/10)
19 vs. Montana State (11/12/10)
18 vs. Arizona (2/7/15)
17 at California (1/22/15)
17 vs. Maryland @Kansas City (11/24/14)
17 vs. Florida State (12/22/10)
17 vs. Chicago State (11/17/10)
15 vs. USC @Las Vegas (3/15/15)
14 vs. Central Arkansas (11/19/10)
13 vs. Colorado (1/17/15)
13 at Oregon (3/4/14)
13 at Arizona (1/16/14)
--Matched ASU high with 17 points at California on Jan. 22, which came on the heels of 13-point effort in win over Colorado (Jan. 17).
--Averaged 8.7 minutes and 4.5 points per game in junior season (2013-14).
--In the final 16 games of 2013-14, he averaged 19.6 minutes, shot .466 (34-73) from the floor, and was 41.7 percent (20-48) from three-point range.
AT HAWAII (2010-11)
--Averaged 6.9 points per game and was one of only two players on the team to appear in all 32 games during his freshman season.
--Second on the team in three-pointers made (57) and percentage (.388), Bo made more three-point field goals than any freshman in school history.
--Bo's statistics and notes from University of Hawaii
--Buried at least five three-pointers in a game on four separate occasions.
--In his 2008-09 season at Scottsdale Christian, Barnes averaged 19.2 points per game, 4.5 rebounds per game, and 3.2 assists per game.
--As a senior, he shot 60 percent from the field (220-367), drained 71 3-pointers on the season, hit an astonishing 55 percent from beyond the arc, and scored in double-digits in all 31 games.
--MVP of the Horizon Invitational, and he earned all-region honors and was the league player of the year while at Scottsdale Christian.
--After high school, Barnes attended Westwind Prep International in Phoenix, Ariz., where he averaged 17.2 points and seven rebounds per game in his one season there.