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Women’s Soccer Adds Trio of Transfers

Women’s Soccer Adds Trio of Transfers

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers women’s soccer will add three graduate transfers to the 2024 roster this fall with the additions of Arden Lembryk, Rachel Quigley, and Sydney Urban. Lembryk and Quigley are goalkeepers, while Urban will compete on the field.

Head coach Mike O’Neill and his staff are excited for their contributions to the culture and the program.

“We are looking forward to adding these three talented players and exceptional people to our Rutgers women’s soccer family this fall,” O’Neill said.

Lembryk, a Wayne, New Jersey native, returns to her home state after starring at Mount St. Mary’s in Maryland, where she was four-time conference defensive player of the week with The Mount. Near the end of her senior season, Lembryk was called in for penalties and stopped three attempts in a MAAC Tournament victory over Niagara. A product of PDA, she recorded a shutout in 41 of 63 career games in high school.


Quigley arrives “On the Banks” from Virginia Wesleyan, where she was named an United Soccer Coaches All-American. Quigley led her squad to the Division III College Cup in 2022 and was honored with Third Team All-America after producing a .918 save percentage, the highest in a season at the school. Quigley is just as strong in the classroom, earning a United Soccer Coaches Second Team Scholar All-America honor in 2023 after winning the ODAC Defensive Player and Scholar Athlete of the Year awards. A Columbus, New Jersey native, Quigley is another product of PDA.


From Rockaway Beach, New York, Urban will play her final season in Scarlet after playing her first two seasons at Florida and her previous two at Maryland. Urban logged 32 matches with 25 starts over the past two years with the Terrapins, helping Maryland hold George Mason to zero shots last September. At Florida from 2020-21, she appeared in 37 games with 27 starts, averaging 70 minutes per match as a first-year – good for sixth among Gator field players. Prior to college, she won an ENCL National Championship with PDA and earned All-America and All-State honors in high school.


The three graduate transfers bring the Scarlet Knights’ roster to 30, including 19 returners and 11 newcomers (eight first-years and three transfers).


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