Ask Megan Vogel: Send In Your Questions

Megan Vogel has come a long way. The Minnesota native came to South Dakota State University in 2003, a season after the Jackrabbits won the Division II national championship. The squad moved up to Division I the following year, and Vogel — a four-year star — has led the program to national prominence. The Jackrabbits made it to the 2007 WNIT quarterfinals before falling to eventual champion Wyoming. At the conclusion of her senior season, Vogel earned her second straight All-Division I Independent First Team honor and was the 19th overall pick by the Washington Mystics in the 2007 WNBA Draft. Vogel will be blogging for WNBA.com throughout the preseason.

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