#1 Sarah Voigt
Two-year monogram winner … talented netminder with a strong array of skills at her disposal … height makes her a presence against long balls and other threatening services into the area … length allows her to cover more ground within the net … plays ball well with her feet … strong leg pushes opponents further upfield during clearances … also had solid arm to make accurate distributions out of the back and start Irish counterattack … has gained significant match experience from early stages of college career … one of veterans in this year[apos]s goalkeeping competition, and should provide tremendous support and guidance for younger Irish netminders.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in three matches as primary backup, appearing for a total of 41:57 … did not allow a goal (faced just one shot on goal) and had two shared shutouts … came on to finish out opening weekend victory over Northwestern (4-1), covering final 8:15 of action … closed out ACC shutout over #21 Maryland (5-0) with 22:45 of spotless service … also preserved clean sheet against Pittsburgh (3-0), making one save in 10:57 played.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Appeared in 11 matches, earning starting nod on eight occasions … posted career bests in all categories with 6-1-1 record with 0.85 goals-against average, .708 save percentage and three solo shutouts (plus two other shared clean sheets) … made season debut in relief against East Carolina (5-0), teaming with rookie Elyse Hight for shutout … came on at halftime on road at Washington (0-3) and made two saves, nearly keeping spotless ledger before allowing goal on counterattack in final two minutes … turned in third successful relief outing in BIG EAST opener against Louisville (2-1), preserving tenuous one-goal lead and nearly splitting shutout before yielding goal with 1:44 left in regulation … earned first start of year against Cincinnati (7-0) and didn[apos]t have to make a save in 68:46 of action, eventually sharing shutout … nearly collected first career solo shutout in home win against Pittsburgh (2-1), with 86th-minute Panther goal the lone blemish … Pitt goal started career-long streak of 355:40 that Voigt did not allow a score, covering three consecutive solo shutouts … earned first career solo clean sheet against Oakland (3-0) without having to make a save … expertly navigating through rainy conditions to make two saves for whitewash at Providence (1-0) … had to be on her game at Connecticut (4-0), tying career high with six saves, including four in first half as Irish scratched out one-goal lead just before break and erupted after intermission … earned nods as BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week and Chicagoland Soccer News Player of the Week after shutouts at PC and UConn … got ball rolling between the pipes on Senior Night against Seton Hall (5-1), playing first 70:51 without facing a shot on frame … finally saw scoreless streak end in 11th minute of regular-season home finale against Rutgers (2-2), departing at halftime … also gave up two goals and took her only loss of the season at #11 Georgetown (0-2), going the distance in her final appearance of the season.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in seven matches, starting five times … wound up with 2-3-0 record, 1.89 GAA and two shared shutouts … missed much of preseason while recovering from ankle injury suffered during summer ODP tour of Europe … made college debut with starting nod at #3 North Carolina (1-2, ot), registering two stops in season-best 95 minutes of action … had season-high six saves against #21 Duke (1-3) … earned first collegiate win in Notre Dame adidas Invitational opener against Tulsa (7-1), working first 45 minutes and allowing one goal … also got win in tournament finale against Indiana (4-1), going distance and making one save … had two stops at #2 Stanford (1-2) … made two relief appearances to preserve shutouts during BIG EAST play, both in latter stages of 3-0 wins over Connecticut (13:26 played) and Providence (3:57).
NATIONAL TEAM HIGHLIGHTS: Member of U.S. Under-18 National Team player pools for three years (2009-11) … participated in U-18 National Team camp in April 2009.
WPSL/ODP/CLUB HIGHLIGHTS: Spent two summers (2011-12) playing for Florida Sol FC in the Women[apos]s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) … also part of the U.S. Youth Soccer (USYS) ODP Under-19 All-Star Team that played three matches in Germany in July 2011 … attended the adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) in 2009, earning camp all-star honors … important contributor for Ponte Vedra Storm club program, playing for head coach Luis Torres … paced team to USYS U-16 national runner-up finish in 2009 (Notre Dame classmates Lauren Bohaboy and Taylor Schneider competed in same U-16 Nationals with So Cal Blues and Dallas Texans, respectively) … also helped club to Florida State Cup and Southern Regional champions that year … club also won Region III Premier League in 2010 … invited to 2010 USYS U-19 Winter Training Camp … ranked 45th in the February 2011 Top Drawer Soccer club soccer player ratings (four-star ranking; No. 1 goalkeeper in nation; No. 2 overall player in Florida).
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from St. John[apos]s Country Day School in Orange Park, Fla., where she played for head coach Mike Pickett … set school records with 50 career shutouts and only nine goals allowed in 2008-09 … also scored two goals and added an assist during prep career … backstopped team to three consecutive berths in Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) Class 2A state semifinals (2008-10), including state championship in 2009, when she was named the tournament[apos]s most valuable player … also paced St. John[apos]s to four consecutive district championships (2008-11, extending school[apos]s streak to eight in a row), and three consecutive region titles (2008-10) … two-time ESPN/RISE All-American (2009, 2010) … two-time NSCAA All-Region III selection (2009, 2011) … daughter of Kimberlee and Col. Karl Voigt … has older brother (Scot Miller-Bent) and sister (Alexandria), and younger sister, Danielle … one of 10 Florida residents to compete for the Fighting Irish in program history, and the second to come from the Jacksonville metro area (other was 2014 graduate Elizabeth Tucker) … enrolled in Notre Dame[apos]s College of Arts and Letters as an English major.
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