While at Hofstra, the English-international recorded 122 points, a record for the program. She is currently second highest in goals (48) and is tied for highest in assists (26) in the university's history. She was named the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Player of the Year for the past three consecutive years, the only player to achieve this feat. She was also a semifinalist for the 2015 MAC Hermann Trophy, ultimately losing out to Sky Blue teammate Raquel Rodriguez.
Galton replaces Danielle Schulmann, who has been placed on the 45-day injured list after suffering a muscle strain injury to her right thigh in last week's training.
Prior to her injury, Schulmann, who came to Sky Blue FC through open tryouts, played in three matches this season, playing 42 minutes and getting a shot on goal under her belt.
Sky Blue FC hits the roads for its next two matches. Saturday, they head up to Sahlen's Stadium in Rochester, New York, to face off against the Western New York Flash.