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Jun 26, 2024

Tigers Sign Five Transfers

CLEMSON, S.C. – The Clemson Women’s Lacrosse team has signed five graduate transfers for the 2024-25 season. Coach Allison Kwolek welcomes Bridget Babcock (Cornell), Lexi Edmonds (Penn), Maggie Jordan (Richmond), Lindsey Marshall (Townson), and Bryce Pfundstein (Ohio State) this past week. 

“We are excited to welcome this talented group of graduate transfers to Clemson. They bring a wealth of experience with them, and I’m looking forward to seeing the impact they will have on our program,” said Kwolek.

This transfer class comprises three midfielders and two attackers who hail from Maryland, New Hampshire, and New Jersey. This impressive crew features All-conference selections and has received conference honors.

The transfer class joins eight incoming freshmen from the fall National Signing Day period, which includes two among the top 50 players in the nation by InsideLacrosse. 


Midfield - Cornell - Stratham, N.H.

Five-year letter winner at Cornell, Bridget Babcock hails from Stratham, New Hampshire. Babcock was an All-Ivy second-team selection for the 2024 season and was elected as one of Cornell’s captains during her fourth and fifth years. In her last season, Babcock played and started in thirteen games, finishing with 18 goals, the second-most assists on the team with 14 and the third-best point total at 32. The previous season, in 2023, Babcock saw action in all of Cornell’s contests as she recorded six goals and two assists for eight points.

Attack - University of Pennsylvania - Upper Saddie River, N.J.

Hailing from Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, Lexi Edmonds will add talent to Clemson’s offense as a skillful attacker. In the 2024 season, Edmonds played in 12 games and finished with 12 goals with two hat tricks for Penn.

Midfield - Richmond - Odenton, Md.

The midfielder from Odenton, Maryland, comes to Clemson after a four-year career at the University of Richmond, where she was initially recruited by Kwolek, who was head coach at the time. Jordan earned 2024 Atlantic 10 All-Conference Midfield Second-Team honors and was named the Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Week in March. In 2024, Jordan played in all 19 games for the Spiders, totaling 16 points from 14 goals and two assists on offense. On the defensive side of the game, Jordan is a force to be reckoned with, as she tallied 18 caused turnovers and 13 ground balls on defense during her final campaign.

Attack - Townson - Catonsville, Md.

After a standout four-year career at Townson, Lindsey Marshall joins Clemson and will be an exciting addition to the Tiger’s offense. In her senior year, Marshall was named to the All-CAA Second Team and received CAA Preseason All-Conference Team nomination. Marshall started all 16 games and finished second on the team in points with 52 from 42 goals and 10 assists in the 2024 season. In her Junior and Freshman season, after missing the 2022 season with an injury, Jordan received All-CAA First Team honors.

Midfield - Ohio State - Annapolis, Md.

Midfielder Bryce Pfundstein joins Clemson after a four-year collegiate career at both Ohio State and Johns Hopkins. In her career, Pfundstein played in 42 collegiate games with five goals, seven points, 15 ground balls, and 13 caused turnovers. Bryce is the older sister of rising sophomore Camryn Pfundstein, who appeared in 11 games for the Tigers in her debut season.