Career: Appeared in 31 games while making one start as a midfielder during her career... Tallied two goals and one assist for three points... Collected seven ground balls and caused two turnovers... Notched three draw controls... Graduated from Villanova with a degree in Psychology from the College of Arts and Sciences.
2013: Appeared in 12 games while making one start vs. Georgetown (Apr. 21)... Collected five ground balls and caused two turnovers... Notched one draw control vs. Loyola (Apr. 19)... Tallied a career-high three ground balls vs. Georgetown (Apr. 21)... Also tallied ground balls vs. Marquette (Mar. 22) and Rutgers (Apr. 13)... Caused turnovers vs. Marquette (Mar. 22) and Georgetown (Apr. 21). BIG EAST: Appeared in seven conference contests while making one start vs. Georgetown (Apr. 21)... Tallied four ground balls and one caused turnover in BIG EAST action... Notched one draw control vs. Loyola (Apr. 19).
2012: Appeared in eight contests as a part of the Villanova midfield... Had two goals for two points off of six shots... Collected one ground ball and had one draw control on the season... Notched a career-high two points and two goals vs. Manhattan (Mar. 23). BIG EAST: Appeared in five BIG EAST contests, taking two shots vs. Cincinnati (Apr. 13).
2011: Picked up one assist in 11 games played as a reserve ... Was credited with an assist in an 11-2 loss to the University of California on March 27 at Villanova Stadium.
Marist: Arrives at Villanova after having spent one year at Marist, where she played on a Metro Atlantic Athletic Association title team that earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Hillsborough: Competed against teammates Shawna Giust during her career at Hillsborough High School... Scored 79 goals and added 16 assists as a senior team captain at Hillsborough in 2009 ... Named first team all-area and first team all-conference
Personal: Parents are Michael and Nancy Urban... Has a brother, Nicholas, who is a computer engineering major at Bucknell University... Enrolled as a Psychology major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.