Transfer Beata Olsson leads the Seminoles in goals scored this season.

Transfer Beata Olsson leads the Seminoles in goals scored this season.

Florida State women’s soccer has been at the peak of its powers for almost four years, thanks to the talented freshman class that head coach Mark Krikorian recruited in 2018. With some of those players nearing their final chapter in Tallahassee, the group continues its chase for one last hoorah.

Coming up just short in the College Cup final last May, the ’Noles returned to Tallahassee to begin their path towards redemption. This time around, they’ve been able to rely on a new face up front in sophomore UF transfer Beata Olsson. The Swedish international took her talents to the state’s capital after Florida’s 26-year head coach Becky Burleigh retired over the summer.

“This team is like I expected,” Olsson said. “Of course, they are great on the field, and that’s the main reason I got here, but they’re even better people. I feel like this team is not as great as on the field but probably greater off the field.”

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