WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – Monmouth University head women’s soccer coach Krissy Turner has announced the addition of goalkeeper Laura Dramis to the roster.

Dramis became the ninth addition to the Monmouth program for the fall season.

“We are excited to welcome Laura to our program as a graduate student,” Turner said. “She has embraced the opportunity to be a Hawk and will do a great job of competing.”

Dramis is a fifth student-athlete from New Jersey who will debut for the Hawks this season. She intends to pursue a master’s degree in Criminal Justice.

A four-year member of the Seton Hall women’s program , Dramis will use her final season of eligibility with the Hawks. With the Pirates, Dramis appeared in 12 matches, including eight starts, and posted a 1.62 goals-against average in 888 minutes and 30 seconds. Seven of her starts came in 2017 when she recorded a 1.38 GAA with 38 saves and 11 goals against in 718:48. Dramis earned her first career shutout in a scoreless draw against Butler Sept. 28 after making three saves, before turning away a career-high eight shots on Oct. 1 opposite Georgetown.

She was a Dean’s List student and earned Big East All-Academic Team accolades in 2015.

Dramis was a four-year member of the St. John Vianney High School varsity squad, serving as team captain for head coach Tami Coyle as a junior and senior. In 2013, she made more than 70 saves in 17 games, leading her team to nine victories. As a freshman, she helped lift the squad to a division championship and also gained two years of experience at the elite club level as part of Match Fit Academy.