The University of Kentucky women's soccer team added its second transfer of the offseason as the team announced the addition of midfielder Katy Keen on Wednesday.
The sophomore from Penn State joins University of Southern California transfer Tanya Samarzich on a UK team that went 16-6-1 last season.
Both transfers are eligible to play for Kentucky immediately this fall. Only transfers from within the conference are required to sit out a full season before becoming eligible at their new school.
Samarzich is a member of Mexico's national team. Keen has trained with the U.S. national team.
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Keen, a Zionsville, Ind., native, appeared in 22 games for Penn State during her one year as a Nittany Lion. She helped lead the team to an NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight last season.
Keen, who played more than 700 minutes for Penn State, helped lead the Carmel United to the U-15 national championship of club soccer and was named an All-American. She has been a part of the Olympic Development Program Region II Team since 2010 and trained with the U.S. national team in 2013.