Tony Barros is the first men’s basketball player to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame.  Currently sitting second all-time in career points, Barros led the UMASS Boston Beacons to the program’s first-ever conference championship in 2006.  Barros is amongst the all-time leaders in career games played with 101.  His 617 career field goals made is third most.  His 95 made 3-pointers in the Beacons championship season is the all-time mark, while his 326 career 3-pointers remains one of the most impressive career records ever.  Barros was the program’s first NABC First All-District honoree in over 30 years and was the conference Player of the Year in 2006, after helping the Beacons to their first-ever LEC Tournament title.

Tony Barros is a former Cape Verde national basketball team player and formerly at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Tony Barros helped Cape Verde in finishing third in the FIBA Africa Championship 2007. At the tournament, Barros averaged 9.8 points per game and hit the game winning shot against Egypt to clinch the bronze medal. Barros is a graduate of Saint Sebastian’s School in Needham, Massachusetts.

Tony currently plays in the Cape Verdean Basketball Association since its inaugural season in 2016.  Tony Barros is a top 10 player in the league and at various times led the league in scoring and 3 point shooting.  Currently, he is the all time playoffs leader in points averaging 18.8 points per game.  He is 4th all time in 3 pointers made during the regular season and first during the playoffs.  Barros with Karl Agenor and Andre Barbosa led Bairro to the ACVB 2018 Finals this past season.

Tony Barros hits wide open 3 point shot