Mids and Terriers meet for the first time in postseason play
2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team
2008 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year
2008 First-Team All-Patriot League
2008-09 Patriot League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year
2008 Patriot League Women's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year
2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II First Team
2008 Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Finalist
2008 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week -- 9/8, 9/15, 11/3
2008 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Recipient
2008 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-East Second Team
2007 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy Preseason Watch List
2007 Patriot League All-Tournament Team
2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II First Team
2007 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2006 NSCAA Second-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region
2006 Soccer Buzz Second-Team All-Mid-Atlantic Region
2006 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year
2006 First-Team All-Patriot League
2006 Patriot League All-Tournament Team
2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America First Team
2006 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II First Team
2006 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2006 Top Drawer Team of the Season -- 50 More Who Belong
2006 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week -- 9/18, 10/9, 10/16
2006 ECAC Div. I Defensive Player of the Week -- 9/20
* Navy and Patriot League Career Leader in Goals-Against Average
(0.65 - 2005-2008, 69 Games, GA: 40, Min: 5521 GAA: 0.652) - 20th-lowest career GAA in NCAA history
*Navy and Patriot League Career Leader in Conference GAA
(2005-2008, 23 Conference Games, GA: 9, Min: 1950 GAA: 0.411)
*Owns Navy and Patriot League Single-Season records for solo shutouts (13, 2006 - tied for the 10th-most in
NCAA History); Tied for second in Patriot League history with 29 career solo shutouts
*During three years as starting keeper, Navy posted a record of 50-11-8 (.782), an 0.63 GAA and 42 shutouts
*Integral part of winningest class in the Navy women's soccer history (Four-year record: 60-19-10; .739)
2008 --Became first player in conference history to be named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year twice in her career (also claimed honor in 2006) ... led the Patriot League in goals-against average (0.65) and save percentage (85.5), while finishing second in the conference with eight shutouts ... saw time in 20 games, allowing a league-low 12 goals in 1661-plus minutes ... allowed just two goals in conference play (tied for fewest in PL), posting five shutouts and a 0.26 GAA ... did not allow first goal against a conference foe until Oct. 26 against Holy Cross (sixth league contest) ... set a program record with her 23rd career shutout on Sept. 14 in 1-0 win over VMI. Game-By-Game Statistics
2007 --Opened the `07 campaign as one of 46 players who were named to the Hermann Trophy Watch List awarded by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) ... turned in a 1.02 goals-against average over 21 games, including a stingy 0.54 GAA in Patriot League contests ... allowed four goals in seven conference games ... produced a league-best eight solo shutouts, including three straight and seven in the Mids' final 11 games ... went the distance in net, blanking non-conference opponents Towson and St. Francis (Pa.) by identical 1-0 margins ... pitched shutouts against league foes Holy Cross, Lafayette and Lehigh for the second straight season ... recorded her second clean sheet against Army in as many years in a 2-0 Star Game win over the Black Knights ... posted her seventh shutout of the year in Navy's 2-0 win over American in the semifinals of the Patriot League Tournament ... moved into second on Navy's career shutouts list with 21 after shutting out Bucknell in the league championship ... did not surrender a goal in Patriot League postseason play for a second-straight year ... allowed four goals, while recording a season-high nine saves against No. 12 West Virginia in the NCAA Tournament.
2006 -- Led the nation nearly the entire season in goals-against average and save percentage ... gave up just six goals to set the Patriot League and Navy records for GAA (0.29) ... also set the program and league record for save percentage, making stops on 93.3 percent of the shots she faced ... turned in 13 solo shutouts, a school and league record ... surrendered only three goals during the regular season ... made two saves and recorded her first-collegiate shutout in Navy's 1-0 victory over Davidson in the season opener ... it was her first complete 90-minute contest ... picked up her second shutout of the season in a 1-0 win over Stetson ... faced 15 shots and made a then career-high four saves in the win over LSU ... earned her fourth shutout of the year in a 1-0 victory over George Mason ... made four saves against Siena en route to her fifth shutout of the season ... earned her first-collegiate win in Patriot League play, leading the Mids to a 2-0 shutout over American ...earned her first Star Game win by shutting out Army, 4-0, and making a then career-high tying seven stops ... extended her shutout mark to four straight in conference action with 4-0 win at Colgate ... combined with Beth Reed to pitch a pair of shutouts against Lehigh and Lafayette ... surrendered two goals to Bucknell in the regular-season finale ... played 859:23 between Sept. 17-Oct. 29 without giving up a goal, the seventh-best mark in NCAA history ... earned her 11th shutout of the season by making six saves against Lehigh in the semifinals of the Patriot League Tournament ... broke the Navy single-season shutouts record on Nov. 5 against Colgate in the league championship with her 12th ... made back-to-back saves on William & Mary's fifth and sixth penalty kicks to lead the Mids to the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... turned in five saves against The Tribe, all in regulation ... gave up three goals to No. 1-ranked North Carolina in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, while making a career-high 10 saves.
2005 -- Saw action in five games, including the Albany contest in which she earned her first-collegiate start ... owned a 0.57 goals-against average, giving up just one goal in 158 minutes ... produced four saves over the course of the season, including a pair against the Great Danes ... surrendered the game-winner, a penalty kick, against Bucknell in the Patriot League finale ... also saw action against Quinnipiac, Holy Cross and Howard.
High School/Club -- A 2005 graduate of Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans, La. ... three-sport standout who lettered four times in soccer and softball and once in swimming ... garnered All-State (La.) accolades three years, while also being named all-district three times ... named the Gatorade Player of the Year in Louisiana in 2004 and `05 ... selected as the district defensive MVP ... served as team captain her senior campaign ... led Benjamin Franklin to the 2003 and `04 state championship with 18-3-4 and 25-5 records, respectively ... member of her high school softball team which claimed the 2004 district title ... named an all-district third baseman as a sophomore and junior ... named to the all-academic team in softball and soccer her senior year ... member of the National Honor Society ... graduated Cum Laude ... a 2005 Regent's Scholar.
Personal -- Full name is Elizabeth Virginia Barnes ... daughter of Frank and Patty Barnes ... born March 9, 1987, in New Orleans, La. ... an exceptional student, has earned a 3.86 cumulative grade-point average in information technology ... named a First-Team Academic All-American in the fall of `07 ... named to the Superintendent's, Commandant's and Dean's Lists four times ... graduated 15th in Overall Order of Merit and ninth in Military Order of Merit among 1,065 students in the Academy's Class of 2009.