Redman, Clarke Named Second Team All-Conference, Barg Makes All-Rookie Team
Jackson, Gorney, Petrucelli, de Leener All Score Goals In Mustang Win
SMU Currently Riding Eight-Game Home Unbeaten Streak
SMU Gets Goals From Five Different Players
SMU vs. Colorado State - Aug. 30, 2013
2013 (Fr.): Started all 19 games in her freshman year... Scored four goals, good for third on the team... Recorded six assists, ranking second on the team, eighth in the conference and 12th among all NCAA freshmen... Her 14 points were third-most on the team... Scored game-winning goals against Sam Houston State (Sept. 16) and in the 89th minute against Houston (Oct. 18)... Scored her first collegiate goal on Sept. 6 at Davidson... HONORS: American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team... American Athletic Conference Honor Roll (Oct. 21).
Prep: Barg played at Plano West Senior High School under head coach Carley Phillips, who is an SMU women's soccer alumni... Helped lead Plano West to a state title in 2012 and a regional championship in 2011, an area championship in 2009-10 and 2011-12, bi-district title in 2009-10 and 2011-12... Started every game during a 32-game unbeaten streak for Plano West... Barg is currently her team's captain and was a First Team All-District honoree in 2012... Selected to attend the ECNL player development program in 2012... Barg also plays for the Dallas Texans 95s... Helped lead the Texans to a 3rd place national finish in 2010 and 2011, and ECNL National League titles in 2009-10 and 2010-11... the Texans are currently the No.1 ranked team in Region III... Barg also excelled in the classroom, posting a 4.2 GPA as a member of the National Honors Society. Taylor is one of three Barg sisters to have played Division I soccer. Her oldest sister, Courtney, won a national championship with Notre Dame in 2010 and her other sister Kristen is currently a junior at TCU.
Petrucelli on Barg: "Barg is a talented and versatile player. She's effective in both the attack and defense. I see her being an important player in our program for the next four years."