ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFKnights.com) – Head coach Tiffany Roberts Sahaydak has announced two additions to the UCF women's soccer roster. Mollie Rouse and Nahla Turner have joined the Knights beginning this spring semester.
Rouse joins the Knights after two seasons at Louisville, making 12 starts for the Cards. She registered a pair of goals and an assist in each of her two seasons. A native of Warwichshire, she helped England earn bronze at the 2018 FIFA U20 World Cup, the country’s best-ever finish. The midfielder adds international experience to the UCF roster, competing for the U15, U17 and U20 squads.
Turner comes to UCF after a season at West Virginia. The goalkeeper toured with the Puerto Rican Women’s National Team in 2017. A native of Frisco, Texas, Turner was a two-year member of FC Dallas as part of the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
Rouse and Turner will join six freshmen newcomers for the Knights this fall.
With classes resuming, UCF returns to the pitch to begin preparations for its spring slate.