The Notre Dame Soccer team defeated Indiana 4-1 at Alumni Field on September 4.
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'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'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'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'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's most valuable player ... also paced St. John's to four consecutive district championships (2008-11, extending school'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's College of Arts and Letters as an English major.