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Gabby Carle


Player profile

(Updated June 2021)
Redshirt Senior
Levis, Quebec, Canada
high school
Cégep de Saint-Laurent


* ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2021)
* All-ACC Academic Team (2021)
* NCAA National Champion (2021)
* CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American (2021)
* Senior CLASS Award Winner (2021)
* CoSIDA Academic All-Region Team (2021)
* All-ACC Second Team (2021)
* 2021 Senior Class Award Finalist
* Olympic Gold Medalist at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (Canada) Just the fifth gold medal for an FSU Student-athlete
* Preseason Top-100 No. 65 (2020-21)
* United Soccer Coaches Women’s Scholar All-East Region Third Team (2019)
* CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American (2019)
* CoSIDA Academic All-Region Team (2019)
* 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup (Canada)
* NCAA National Champion (2018)
* College Cup All-Tournament Team (2018)
* NCAA Elite 90 Winner (2018)


* Played in and started 23 games playing a total of 1,908 minutes during the 2021 season.
* Recorded a career-high 12 points on a career-high three goals and six assists.
* Helped lead a Seminole defense that only allowed 13 goals in 25 games, good for a 0.50 team Goals Against Average.
* With Carle on the backline the Noles recorded 14 shutouts, including five in six games of the NCAA Tournament.
* Earned her first assist of the season against South Alabama (8/26).
* Scored game-winning goal at Colorado in a 2-1 win (8/29).
* Recorded an assist to Maria Alagoa in the 36th minute in a 2-1 win at No. 10 Auburn (9/12).
* Tallied an assist to Beata Olsson in the 64th minute at Clemson during a 4-1 win (10/1).
* Scored her second goal of the season in the 56th minute during a 4-1 win over Miami at home (10/10).
* Recorded two assists on both goals in the 2-0 win at Virginia Tech (10/15).
* Played every minute of the ACC Tournament and aided in a shutout win against No. 1 Virginia in the championship (11/7).
* Scored her third goal of the season with a shot from distance against No. 25 SMU during the second round of the NCAA Tournament at home (11/19).
* Assisted Beata Olsson’s game-winning overtime goal against No. 9 Michigan (11/26).


* Started and played in all but 15 minutes during the Seminoles 16 game season.
* Part of a defensive backline that has limited Florida State’s opponents to just 67 shots in 16 games with 38 of those 67 shots on goal.
* Helped anchor one of the nation’s best defenses as FSU only allowed eight goals in 16 games with 11 shutouts.
* During the NCAA Tournament she was a part of a Seminole defense that only allowed two goals in five games. The Seminoles only allowed 19 shots in those five games with nine of them on goal.
* Carle made an impact on the offensive end during the NCAA Tournament, recording two goals and an assist. She scored the game’s second goal against Milwaukee (5/1) in FSU’s 3-0 round of 32 win. Carle scored a goal and assisted on another in Seminoles 3-1 win over Penn State (5/5) in the round of 16.


* Started in all 20 matches she played in during her third year at Florida State.
* Missed four games due to competition with the Canadian National Team.
* Recorded four points off one goal and two assists.
* Assisted on the game-winning goal to Jenna Nighswonger in Florida State’s 3-2 win over No. 24 Colorado (9/12).
* Registered both a goal and an assist in FSU’s 5-4 win over Boston College (9/19) in the ACC opener.
* Was on the backline for nine Florida State shutouts during the 2019 season.


* Started each of the 20 matches she played in her second year as a defender.
* Missed seven games due to competing for Canada at the 2018 CONCACAF Championships as Canada finished second and qualified for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
* Earned the 2018 NCAA Women’s Soccer Elite 90 Award, given to the player at the College Cup with the highest cumulative GPA.
* Registered six points off one goal and four assists.
* Scored her lone goal of the season in the College Cup Semifinal to open up the scoring for the Seminoles in their 2-0 defeat over No. 1 Stanford.
* Contributed to a Florida State defense that shut out 16 of its opponents in 2018, including four in the NCAA Tournament and two at the College Cup against No. 1 Stanford and No. 3 UNC.
* Recorded an assist on the Seminoles’ first goal against No. 20 USF in their 3-1 defeat over the Bulls in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
* Helped open the scoring in Florida State’s 2-0 defeat over South Alabama by assisting on Yujie Zhao’s game-winning goal.
* Registered assists in back-to-back contests – on August 19 against Troy and August 23 at Wisconsin – for her first two assists of the season.


* Started in all 21 matches for Florida State this season, primarily as a defender after starting the season in the midfield.
* Played every minute of 19 matches and finished with 1,844 minutes on the pitch in 2017.
* Finished with three points with one goal and one assist.
* Assisted on Dallas Dorosy’s game-winner in the 20th minute at Louisville on September 21.
* Scored the first goal of her career in the 86th minute against Ole Miss on November 10 in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship.
* Helped the Seminole defense record eight shutouts, including a 5-0 win over Ole Miss and a 2-0 victory against Arizona in the NCAA Tournament.


* Competed for Dynamo de Québec
* Named best Junior player in the province of Quebec in 2015, and the best Senior player in Quebec in 2016
* Earned Most Valuable Player honors and the golden boot in the U-16 AAA league in 2014
* Received her first MVP accolade as part of the U-15 AAA league in 2013


* Competed in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
* Competed at the U-20 FIFA Women’s World Cup
* Played in the 2018 CONCACAF Championship as Canada qualified for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
* Was a reserve member of the senior women’s team at the 2016 Rio Olympics where the team won a bronze medal.
* Played in the 2016 Olympic qualifiers and placed second.
* Competed at the 2015 Pan American Games, earning a fourth place finish.
* Participated at the 2014 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, along with teammates Gloriana Villalobos (Costa Rica) and Deyna Castellanos (Venezuela)


* Pursuing a degree in Exercise Physiology
* Attained the highest grade point average in her class from grade 7 to 10