Gabby Carle • Levis, Quebec, Canada • Cégep de Saint-Laurent
A 2020 Olympic Gold Medalist for Canada, Carle is a two-time National Champion and three time ACC Champion at Florida State.
During her time at Florida State started all 100 games she played in, recording eight career goals and 14 assists, while playing on the FSU defensive back line. While helping anchor a stout defense for the Seminoles the last five years, she helped Florida State to an incredible 86-19-8 record.
Carle has had tremendous success on the international level as well, representing the Canadian National Team since 2014. Recently, Carle competed at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and received a gold medal, becoming just the fifth student-athlete from Florida State to ever do so.
Even in a career full of accolades on the field, Carle may match it in the classroom. In pursuit of a degree in exercise physiology, Carle was named a CoSIDA first team Academic All-American in 2019 and 2021 as she finished her college career with a perfect 4.0. She was also named to the United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-East Region Team in 2019. At the 2021 College Cup Carle earned the Elite 90 award for the highest GPA at the host site of the National Championship, becoming the first player to do so for women’s college soccer.
“Gabby Carle is the epitome of a student-athlete,” FSU head coach Mark Krikorian said. “From the moment she arrived on campus, she has represented herself and Florida State in the most professional way on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.”