The Mustangs were only able to muster 169 total yards in the loss, but Barden still managed to come away with 50 yards receiving on three catches.
For the season, Barden has been the most steady pass catcher on the team as he has totaled 42 receptions for 824 yards and five touchdowns.
Cal Poly finishes up its season with a home game against Savannah State on Saturday.
Matt Abbey (St. Francis, 2005) sophomore quarterback, Wagner College football: The Seahawks closed out their 2006 season with a 35-14 loss against St. Francis on Saturday.
In the losing effort, Abbey finished 10 of 23 for 110 yards.
In his first season as the starter, the sophomore signal-caller appeared in all 11 of the Seahawks' games and ended up 150 of 307 for 1,618 yards and nine touchdowns.
After getting off to a strong start as a team, the Seahawks faltered down the stretch.
Wagner won its first four non-conference games of the season, but dropped every game thereafter to finish at 4-7, 0-7 in Northeast Conference play.
Thomas Scotton (Flintridge Prep, 2004) junior running back, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: The Engineers ended their season with a 21-16 loss to Endicott College on Nov. 4.
MIT outgained its opponent 373-290 and had 16 more first downs, but was unable to hold on for the victory.
Scotton had seven carries for 27 yards and one catch for five yards in the loss.
The Engineers (2-7, 1-6 in NEFC Boyd play) had an up-and-down season, which included a four-game losing streak during the heart of their schedule.
Scotton was the team's leading rusher on the year, finishing with 459 yards and three touchdowns on 105 carries.
Rachel Rigamat (Crescenta Valley, 2005) sophomore midfielder, Miami University: The Hurricanes closed out their season losing five of their final seven games, topped off by a 3-0 loss to Duke in the season's finale.
Rigamat did her part, though, scoring two of Miami's six goals during that stretch.