Riley Barber admits hes probably been a little spoiled when it comes to hockey. The Miami University freshman, just recently turned 19 years old, has known nothing but success in his youth, winning championships at every level hes played.
Ive been fortunate enough where basically every team Ive played with Ive been lucky enough to play with great players, said Barber.
This years RedHawks are no exception but when Barber and fellow freshman Sean Kuraly left the team for a few weeks in December and January to join the USA Junior National team for the World Junior Championships in Ufa, Russia, the two brought back with them more than gold medals. They hope their experience in helping the United States win its second World Junior title in four years will prove beneficial as Miami seeks to wrap up the final Central Collegiate Hockey Association regular season title this weekend and looks forward to an eighth straight NCAA tournament berth.
The RedHawks (21-8-5) are ranked third in the na...