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Women's Recruiting Dec 30, 2019

Indiana University women’s soccer adds freshman transfer Karlee Luker from Rhode Island

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Women’s Soccer has added freshman transfer Karlee Luker, a defender who spent last season at Rhode Island. Luker will be eligible to play this fall.

“We are really excited that Karlee is joining our program”, Head Coach Erwin van Bennekom said. “Having coached Karlee when she was a youth player, I know firsthand of her character, work ethic on and off the field, and her strengths as a player.

A native of Oak Ridge, N.J., Luker started all 18 games on the backline for Rhode Island during the 2019 season.

Prior to college, Luker played for NYCFC, Cedar Stars Academy and STA.

Off the field, Luker was member of the National Honor Society and French Honor Society for three years in high school. She earned the Falcon Scholar Award her junior year, and was also a member of the Student Council, Stand Up to Cancer, DECA and FBLA. The daughter of Judy and Scott, she has two brothers, Jason and Jakob.