• School record holder for consecutive extra points made and career field goals made
2012 – Senior Season
• 2010 Honorable-Mention All-ACC
• 2009 Second-Team All-ACC
Returned to the field after missing the last 10 games of the 2011 season • Converted all four PAT attempts at Louisville to extend his school-record streak to 97 in a row • Made a pair of field goals at Wake Forest to become the school record holder for career field goals • The record-tying kick was a 25-yarder in the third quarter, and the record-setter was a 30-yarder in the fourth • Also went 3 for 3 on PATs against the Deacons • Made two field goals and eight PATs in the season opener against Elon • The Elon game was the 11th time in school history that Carolina converted 8 PATs in a game and the first time since Jeff Reed vs. Duke in 2000.
2011 - Medical Redshirt Season
Limited to three games due to an injured groin and received a medical hardship waiver from the Atlantic Coast Conference • Strained his groin in the first half vs. Virginia on Sept. 17 and has not kicked since • Made all 11 extra points and one field goal - a 46-yarder vs. Rutgers - in the first two and a half games this season before the injury.
2010 – Junior Season
Earned honorable mention All-ACC honors after converting 19 of 22 field goal attempts, including a long of 49, as well as all 38 extra point attempts • The current school record-holder with 71 consecutive extra points made and the ACC active leader in career field goals with 50 • Also the team’s kickoff specialist • Finished the regular season with a 62.5-yard average on kickoffs with three touchbacks • Booted the game-tying and game-winning field goals vs. Tennessee in the Music City Bowl • Kicked a 39-yarder as time expired to send the game into overtime and made a 23-yarder in the second overtime to win Carolina’s first bowl game under Butch Davis • Made a 25-yard field goal and was 3 of 3 on PATs in the win at Duke • Also missed a 41-yarder, his first miss in four games • Made a season-best four field goals, including a career-long 49-yarder, against NC State • Marked his third career four field goal game • Made a 20-yarder against Virginia Tech and converted his lone PAT attempt • Made field goals of 46, 31 and 22 yards as well as all three extra points in the win at Florida State • Made three PATs but missed his lone field goal attempt against William & Mary • Made a 19-yard field goal and converted an extra point at Miami • Had a season-high 14 points on field goals of 36, 34 and 32 yards and five extra points in the win at Virginia • Did not attempt a field goal but made all three extra points in the win over Clemson • Missed his lone field goal attempt but made a career-high six PATs in the East Carolina win • Made a 25-yarder and two extra points in the win at Rutgers • Made a 20-yard field goal and went 3 of 3 on PATs in both the Georgia Tech game and the season opener against LSU.
2009 – Sophomore Season
Second season as Carolina’s starting place-kicker • Earned second-team All-ACC honors after making 21 of 25 field goals • Led the ACC with 21 field goals and ranked 12th in the country with 1.62 field goals made per game • Tied the UNC single-season record for field goals made set by Clint Gwaltney in 1990 • Made 34 of 35 extra points on the season, including 33 consecutive after missing in the season opener • Made a 37-yard field goal and converted both extra point attempts vs. Pittsburgh in the Meineke Car Care Bowl • Saw his streak of 16 consecutive field goals without a miss come to an end when NC State blocked a 38-yarder in the fourth quarter in a 28-27 loss • The streak of 16 was the third-longest in school history and was three short of his brother’s school record of 19 • Made a career-high four field goals twice this season against Duke and Miami • Made 2 of 3 field goals at NC State, including a long of 31 • Converted his only opportunity at Boston College on a 29-yarder • Made four field goals for the second consecutive game in Carolina’s 33-24 win over No. 12 Miami • Was good from 22, 42, 32 and 33 yards • The 42-yarder vs. the Hurricanes was a career long • Made all four field goal tries in the 19-6 win over Duke • Converted on distances of 40, 29, 41 and 33 yards • Kicked the game-tying and game-winning field goals in the fourth quarter of Carolina’s 20-17 win at No. 14 Virginia Tech • Made a 19-yarder to tie the game and a 21-yarder as time expired to win the contest • The winning kick came nearly five years to the day of his brother’s 42-yard game-winning field goal as time expired vs. Miami in 2004 • Was good from 34 and 26 yards vs. Florida State • Did not have a field goal chance vs. Georgia Southern • Missed his only opportunity from 32 yards at Georgia Tech • Made a 28-yarder and missed from 38 yards in a 33-17 win over East Carolina • Missed a 45 yarder in the first half at Connecticut, but came back to nail a 22-yarder late in the third quarter of Carolina’s come-from-behind victory • Made a 22-yarder and 40-yarder in the season opener vs. The Citadel • Placed on scholarship in Spring ‘09 after playing his first semester as a walk-on.
2008 – Freshman Season
Walk-on who took over the place-kicking duties prior to the Connecticut game • Connected on 10-of-15 field goal attempts and all 33 PATs • Ranked second on the team with 63 points • Missed his only attempt - a 43-yarder - at Duke • Connected on a 37-yard field goal vs. NC State • Made 2 of 3 attempts at Maryland, including a 38-yarder • Extended his extra point streak to 23 with four in Carolina’s 28-7 win over Georgia Tech • Hit a 32-yard field goal and four extra points against Boston College • Tallied seven (2-2 FG, 1-1 PAT) of Carolina’s 13 points in 16-13 overtime setback at Virginia • Scored a season-high 11 points in UNC’s 29-24 win over Notre Dame and tied a UNC freshman single-game mark with three field goals • Drilled a season-high 42-yard field goal against the Irish • Connected on the first field goal of his career, a 31-yarder, against Connecticut along with five PATs • Missed his first field goal attempt, a 37-yard try against McNeese State, but still tallied five PATs.
Hoggard High School
Ranked among the top 25 kickers in the country by Scout.com and Rivals.com • Converted 64-of-65 extra points and 14-of-18 field goals with a long of 52 yards as a senior • Also averaged 42.1 yards per punt with a long of 57 yards and placed 22 of his 37 attempts inside the 20-yard line • Of his 90 kickoffs, 49 landed in the end zone for touchbacks • Named to the Associated Press’s All-State Football Team at kicker as a junior after accumulating 98 total points • Converted 77-of-79 extra points and 7-of-9 field goals with a long of 50 yards.
Son of Thomas and Susan Barth • Brother of Carolina’s all-time field goal leader Connor Barth, who is now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers • New Year’s resolution was to be a better person • Favorite TV show is “Family Guy” • Would like to guest star on “Entourage” • Would like to visit Thailand • Favorite NFL team is the Buffalo Bills • Dream job is to own an NFL team • Favorite off-day activity is playing beach volleyball • Management major.