Florida State soccer player Gabby Carle took home gold at the Olympics

Florida State soccer player Gabby Carle took home gold at the Olympics

Winning is a habit for redshirt senior Gabby Carle.

Coming off an undefeated ACC Championship winning season, the Levis, Quebec native was called up for international duty in the delayed 2020 Tokyo Olympics. After Canada defeated rivals Sweden 3-2 in penalties, Carle became just the fifth Florida State student-athlete to win gold.

The Canadian national team member has been enjoying the beautiful game since she was five years old. Carle’s commitment to excellence led her to come to Tallahassee in 2017 as part of an elite freshmen class. Head coach Mark Krikorian, who has been with the team since 2005, has led FSU to two national championship berths, winning one in 2018.

“We knew the moment that Gabby came on campus that she was a big talent,” Krikorian said. “We look at her and realize that she has a bright future. Her opportunities with the national team and as a pro following her career here are going to be plentiful.”

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