Rutgers goalie Megan McClelland has signed with the Chicago Red Stars of the NWSL. Photo Rutgers Athletics.

Rutgers’ star goalie Megan McClelland is going pro.

The NCAA’s all time leader in goalkeeping minutes (9,482 to be exact), becomes the seventh Rutgers women’s soccer player to join the NWSL after signing with the Chicago Red Stars. Fellow  graduates Amirah Ali, Kristen Edmonds, Casey Murphy, Madison Pogarch, Gabby Provenzano, and Frankie Tagliaferri  are all set to appear on active NWSL rosters in 2023.

McClelland, who earned his Master’s in Digital Marketing during her fifth year,  recorded 43 solo shutouts, 49 team shutouts, a 0.69 goals-against average and an .801 save percentage during her stellar playing career.