| CURLING HIGHLIGHTS
- U.S. Olympic Team - Curling: 2002 (7th)
- U.S. National Championships: 2007 (4th), 2006, 2003, 2002 (semifinalist), 2001 (quarterfinalist); 2000, 1998, 1996, 1995, 1993, 1992, 1990 and '89 (semifinalist); 1999 (champion)
- Men’s World Curling Championships: 1999 (4th)
- Men's Second Chance: 2003 (C2 qualifier)
- U.S. Junior Men's Nationals: 1979, '77 and '76 (champion all three years)
- Junior Men's Worlds: 1979 (champion), '77 (bronze), '76 (5th)
- Junior Men's Worlds All-Star Skip: 1977
- Junior Men's Worlds Most Sportsmanlike Player: 1977
OTHER CURLING HIGHLIGHTS:
- 2000-01 – Nipawin Evergreen Classic, Nipawin, Saskatchewan (winner, played second for Dave Boehmer rink from Manitoba)
- 1999-2000 – Enns Brothers' Classic, Morris, Manitoba, Canada (runner-up); U.S. Second Chance competition (champion)
- 1998-99 – Wisconsin State Men's Playdowns (runner-up); U.S. Men's "2nd Chance" champion
- 1997-98 – North Dakota State Men's champion
- 1996, '95, '93, '92, '90 and '89 – Colorado State and Great Plains Regional champion
- 1983 – Hibbing (Minn.) Last Chance Bonspiel champion
- 1979 – Hibbing Last Chance Bonspiel champion. North Dakota State Junior Champion
- 1977 – North Dakota State Junior Champion
- 1976 – North Dakota State Junior Champion
- 1975 – North Dakota State High School Champion
About Don Barcome Jr.:
Barcome Jr. recently was named the U.S. representative on the World Curling Tour Events Committee.
In his own words: I try to stay confident and take it one shot at a time, one game at a time.
Hobbies: Hunting, fishing and travel.
Other favorite sports: Golf and bowling
Something unique: Only curler to be named to the Sports Illustrated Top 50 Athletes of the Century (North Dakota, #25).
Heroes: Mom and Dad
What I'd like the world to know about curling: This is the only sport where you shake hands before and after each game.