Andy Mark C. Barroca (born April 25, 1986) is a Filipino professional basketball player currently plays for the San Mig Super Coffee Mixers in the Philippine Basketball Association. He currently wears the number 14 to imply the birthdate of his wife. He also known with the monicker,"Star Barrucks", 'Flying B', "The Coffee Prince", and "The Coffee King".
Tides would change however, those three veteran point guards exited. Yap was released, then Urbiztondo was dealt to Ginebra, and Villanueva was traded to Barako Bull. That paved the way for Barroca to earn the starting point guard spot in his sophomore season. As the main playmaker of the team, he led the Llamados (now playing as San Mig Coffee Mixers) to win the 2013 PBA Governor's Cup at the expense of the Petron Blaze Boosters.
Barroca played close to 34 minutes of average per game in the 2013-14 PBA Philippine Cup and evolved into a clutch player down the stretch. He led the Mixers to their 11th championship by winning the 2013-14 PBA Philippine Cup, at the expense of Rain or Shine Elasto Painters. Because of his efforts, he was awarded as the PBA Press Corps-Papa John's Pizza Finals MVP.
Since the day he turned pro, Barroca has been a subject of controversy in the online basketball world. Aside from being involved in the alleged game-fixing during his college days, fans from other teams hurled below-the-belt comments regarding his looks and dark complexion. He was also criticized for being too close for comfort with Sports5 TV courtside reporter Erika Padilla during the dugout celebration after B-Meg won the 2012 PBA Commissioner's Cup. The incident happened when Padilla interviewed him, and while both of them were drenched with water, Mark, being too excited due to the adrenaline rush, unintentionally put his arm on the TV reporter. The video of that incident went viral online, which caused furor over the netizens, and accused Mark of being too "chancing" on Erika. He has since apologized to Padilla, which the latter accepted and considered it a non-issue.