2015 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-Region Teams
After guiding the Liberty Lady Flames to their fourth consecutive winning season, field hockey standouts Natalie Barr, Bethany Barr, Serena Barr and Ashlee Krulock have earned a place on the 2015 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-South Region squads.
Natalie Barr was the lone Lady Flame on the South All-Region first team, her second appearance and first since 2013. Barr paced Liberty with 33 points and tied Krulock for the most goals on the team with 14. The senior forward also added five assists and three game-winning markers throughout the 2015 campaign. The Northern Ireland native finished her career as the all-time leader in goals (54), points (134), shots (308) and game-winning goals (13).
For the Barr twins, Serena and Bethany, this is their second consecutive season reserving a spot on the South All-Region second team. Their second straight appearance ties sister Natalie Barr and Ann Jefferis as the only Lady Flames to be twice named to an NFHCA All-Region squad.
Serena finished third on the team in points with 25 during her junior campaign. The junior defender ended the season with eight goals while also recording nine assists for the third consecutive year. Barr chipped in one game-winning goal during the season. Serena currently ranks first in program history for assists (27), fourth in goals (21) and fourth in points with 69.
Bethany Barr garnered a position on the South All-Region second team after turning in a career-best eight goals. Barr finished the season with 23 points and seven assists. Barr's seven assists ranked second on the squad only two behind Serena Barr. The junior midfielder chipped in two game-winning goals including the game-winner in overtime against Providence on Oct. 25 in Providence, R.I. Barr currently ranks fifth in program history in goals scored with 20, third in assists with 23 and fifth in points with 63.
Krulock rounds out the honorees for the Lady Flames, earning her first appearance on the South All-Region second team. Krulock finished second on the squad in points with 32, one point shy of Natalie Barr. The senior forward tied Barr for the most goals on the season with 14, while also tacking on four assists and three game-winning goals. The Pennsylvania senior finished her career ranked No. 3 on Liberty's all-time goals list with 37. Krulock also ranks fourth all-time in assists with 18, third in points with 92 and third in game-winning goals with eight. The senior forward also ended her career having played in 84 contests, tying Erin Dombach for the most contests played in program history.
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