2008: Saw action in eight games with four starts ... allowed eight goals and posted a 1.68 goals against average in 427 minutes, 23 seconds of work ... made 15 saves and turned in a .652 save percentage ... went 3-2 as the keeper of record ... started UNCG's first two games of the season, picking up the win in a 3-2, double overtime win over Coastal Carolina (8/22) and taking the loss in a 2-1, double overtime defeat at the hands of Utah (8/24) ... notched her second win of the season over George Mason (8/29) and her third against Stetson (9/5), working 45 minutes and allowing single goals in each game ... had four saves against Coastal and matched that total in a 1-0 loss to No. 10 Duke in which she went the distance and allowed just one goal ... worked the final 17:48 of a 6-0 shutout of Appalachian State in the first round of the Southern Conference tournament.
2007: Played in five matches her first year as a Spartan, posting a 4-0 record and a stellar 0.24 goals against average in 380:57 of action ... saw her first collegiate action against No. 2 North Carolina on Sept. 12, not allowing a goal in 20:57 of a 3-0 loss ... started and completed games against Western Carolina (9/30), Chattanooga (10/4), Georgia Southern (10/7) and The Citadel (10/18) ... collected shutouts against Western Carolina, Georgia Southern and The Citadel ... allowed her only goal of the season in the 4-1 win over Chattanooga ... tied for eighth in the conference in shutouts ... posted an .875 save percentage ... recorded a season-high four saves against Western Carolina.
High school/club: Named 2006 Most Valuable Player at Vance High School in Charlotte, N.C. ... named team Defensive Player of the Year in 2005 ... was a two-time All-Mecklenburg selection ... member of her North Carolina ODP team from 2004-06 as goalkeeper ... participated in the Region III ODP Team Pool from 2005-06 ... was a member of the Greensboro Twisters club that was the USYSA Region III champion ... helped the Twisters earn the bronze medal at the national championships in 2005 ... was a part of the team that won the 2006 North Carolina State Cup championship and was a Region III finalist.
Personal: Barrie Alexandria Vogel ... born Jan. 6, 1989, in Charlotte, N.C. ... daughter of Duke and Teri Vogel ... has an older sister, Amber ... majoring in communication studies.