The NWSL is in the top tier of women’s pro leagues.
She joined Louisville as it expanded its roster for the Challenge Cup, a pre-season tournament where the team played the first game in its history last Saturday.
In college, Money, 23, of Vineland, led the Division III Rowan University Profs and posted a career record in goal of 50-10-7 with 36 shutouts. She was a United Soccer coaches All-American in 2018.
She is a former coach herself at the Keeper Institute in Sewell, NJ, a training school founded by former U.S. National Team member and Vineland native Jill Loyden, which aims to educate young and aspiring goalies.
Money is a granddaughter of former Phillies and Milwaukee Brewers star Don Money of Vineland, a four-time all-star in his big league career. She is one of the few Division III players ever in the women’s pro league.