2014: Scored lone goal vs. San Francisco (Aug. 29) ... scored opening goal vs. Rutgers (Sept. 12)
High School: Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year as a junior at Chaminade College Prep ... recognized his senior season with the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame Rising Star and Larry Hughes awards ... rated a four-star prospect by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... as a junior, recorded 27 goals and 17 assists to lead the Red Devils to the Class 3 State Championship match ... junior season, was an All-American selection, named Missouri Soccer Coaches Association Class 3 Player of the Year, First Team All-MCC and First Team All-Metro ... Chaminade Offensive Player of the Year, First Team All-Metro and First Team All-MCC as a sophomore ... tallied 58 goals and 28 assists over the course of his prep soccer career ... played club soccer 10 years with St. Louis Scott Gallagher ... club honors include 2014 Boys IMG Academy 150 Player Pool; National Finalist for U-16 Academy (2011); three-year Missouri State Cup winner (2008-10); Regional and National finalist in 2009; Regional finalist in 2008; and Disney Junior Showcase Gold Medal Winner in 2008 ... participated in U.S. Club Soccer's Id2 Dallas (2008) and Id2 St. Louis (2007) camps.
Personal: Son of Charlene Barlow ... has three siblings, including two brothers, Jeffrey and Michael, and one sister, Elizabeth ... intends to major in business.
Trask on Barlow: "Tom's ability to score goals and be a handful for opposing defenses is why he was so highly sought after. His physical components and athleticism will be difficult for any defender across the country to deal with. I believe Tom's strengths will fit nicely into our offensive scheme and I am really looking forward to working with him over the next few years."
Tiemeyer on Barlow: "Tom's physical abilities, combined with his finishing ability, will allow him to compete right away as a freshman. He comes to UW from an excellent high school program where he was coached by the highly respected Mike Gauvain. Tom made the difficult decision to play his senior year for the US Soccer Academy Program, St. Louis Scott Gallagher, where he was coached by Tim Leonard and Kevin Kalish."
Why Wisconsin? "I chose UW because of its academic reputation, large and amazing campus environment, and its outstanding athletic program. Also, being able to play soccer in the Big Ten at a large university like UW is a dream come true."