Invicta FC added four fighters to the roster, including three in the flyweight division.

Aspen Ladd, Sharon Jacobson and Mariana Morais will compete at flyweight, while Lynn Alvarez returns to the strawweight ranks.

Ladd will be making her pro debut after an 8-1 amateur run that included a submission win to earn the Tuff-N-Uff flyweight title recently. Jacobson (1-1) is a former U.S. national wrestling champion, while Morais (8-2) has competed 10 times despite being just 19 years old.

“Signing with Invicta is something that all female fighters look forward to,” Morais said. “Invica is the pinnacle of female MMA and the main outlet for female talent growth in the sport.”

Alvarez (6-3) has previously faced the likes of Carla Esparza and Michelle Waterson.

“I’m excited to be back with Invicta,” she said. “They’re doing amazing things for women’s MMA and treat their fighters right.”

Invicta FC events stream online via UFC Fight Pass.