women’s basketball, women’s tennis, volleyball, women’s track & field
Active from 1973-1976 • Inducted in 1992
Barentine was selected a WCIC First-Team volleyball performer in 1976. She was instrumental in four straight volleyball WCIC and NCWSA championships and made the first-ever trip with volleyball to the National Championships. She was a member of the 1974 WCIC championship basketball team and of Lewis & Clark’s first District (NCWSA) women’s basketball championship team in 1975. She participated in softball, track & field, and tennis, was coordinator of L&C women’s sports days, and a four-year letter winner.
Barentine currently resides in Cascade, Colo. near Pikes Peak. She and her husband, Michael, have three sons. Barentine is a retired teacher and coach. She assisted her husband's ministerial work for Community of Christ in Washington, Michigan, Kenya, and several sub-Saharan countries. She is currently a Boy Scout Volunteer focused on shooting sports and training. Barentine has been an ordained Elder for over 20 years and has been elected pastor of her congregation. She enjoys the outdoors and reading in her free time.
If you know of an individual or team who is eligible and deserves to be a member of the Lewis & Clark College Sports Hall of Fame, please visit the Pioneer Athletics Club page on the www.lcpioneers.com website to submit your nomination!