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Natalie Barr

Class: Junior
Position: F/M
Height: 5-4

Previous School: Stranmillis College

Hometown: Lurgan, Northern Ireland

2013 (So.)
• Became the first Lady Flame to earn inclusion on the Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region first team
• Named the NorPac East Divison Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season
• Tabbed to the NorPac East Division All-Conference team, NorPac All-Tournament team and VaSID All-state first team for the second straight year
• Once again earned a spot on the NFHCA National Academic Squad
• Awarded the NorPac East Division Offensive Player of the Week honor four different times (Sept. 17, Oct. 15, Oct. 22 and Oct. 29)
• Played in all 22 games, starting 21
• One of three team captains
• Finished the year ranked eighth in the nation in points per game (2.23) and 13th in goals per game (0.86)
• Led the team and the NorPac in nearly every offensive category, including shots (106), shots per game (4.81), points (49), points per game, goals (19), goals per game and game-winning goals (5)
• Ranked second on the team and in the conference in assists (11) and assists per game (0.50)
• Led the team and was sixth in the league in defensive saves with three
• Scored both goals in the NorPac title game victory over No. 10 Stanford
• Registered NorPac single-game season high eight points with three goals and two assists on Oct. 13 against Appalachian State
• Notched back-to-back hat tricks on Oct. 13 versus Appalachian State and Oct. 17 against Longwood
• Tallied six multiple-goal games and three two-assist affairs
• Recorded at least two points in five consecutive games, beginning on Oct. 5 against Davidson and ending on Oct. 17 versus Longwood
• Is Liberty's career leader in goals (35), assists (19), points (89), shots (206) and game-winning goals (9)

2012 (Fr.)
• Named the NorPac East Division Offensive Player of the Week three times and Rookie of the Week once
• Tabbed the NorPac East Division Offensive Player of the Year and was placed on the East Division All-Conference squad
• Placed on the Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region second team and the VaSID all-state first team
• Played in 20 games, starting 18
• Paced the team with 40 points on 16 goals and eight assists
• Recorded a team-high 100 shots and four defensive saves
• Tied for the team lead with four game-winning goals
• Finished the season as the national leader among freshmen in points and goals
• Concluded the year ranked in the top four in the NorPac in points, goals, assists, shots, game-winning goals and defensive saves
• Tallied two goals and one assist in her first career start against Penn (Sept. 8)
• Recorded a point in six consecutive contests (Oct. 19-Nov. 2)
• Set single-game program records with four goals and nine points versus Appalachian State (Oct. 19)
• Registered a pair of goals, including the game-winning tally at Davidson (Oct. 28) to help Liberty clinch the NorPac East Division regular-season title
• Earned recognition on the NFHCA National Academic squad

• Competed for Lurgan College, leading the team to Ulster and All-Ireland Championships in her final year
• Team awarded "Best Team" award in both Ulster and Ireland newspapers
• Has competed for Lurgan Ladies club team since the age of 13
• Compete in Premiership League in Ulster and have qualified for the Irish League

• Competed for her province of Ulster and country of Ireland since the age of 13
• Captained Ulster and Ireland teams at U16 and U18 levels
• Most recently competed on U21 team
• Played for Ireland in four European Championships, winning bronze medal in 2006
• Captained Ulster to a gold medal finish in the UK School Games in 2010

• Daughter of Richard and Janice Barr
• Older sister of current Liberty field hockey student-athletes Bethany and Serena Barr
• Majoring in interdisciplinary studies
• Birthday is Dec. 8
• Has achieved the Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award
• Highly active in family's charity "Charlene's Project," founded by her late sister, Charlene