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Asta Arnadottir
Asta  Arnadottir


Kopavogur, Iceland

High School:
Fjolbrautaskolinn i Gardabae



Communication Studies


Women’s Soccer Has Another Alum Sign Pro Contract in Arnadottir

Recently Departed Four-Year Starter Signs Deal with Hometown Club


Catching up with Women's Soccer Head Coach Patrick Baker

Women's Soccer Turns the Page to Year Five Under Baker in 2018


Women’s Soccer Places Two on All-South Region Team

Blomqvist and Arnadottir Earn United Soccer Coaches Honors


Women's Soccer Sees C-USA Run End in Semis

Owls End Year at 11-8-2, Send off Storied Senior Class


Women’s Soccer Rematches with North Texas in C-USA Semis

First Kick for Owls and Mean Green is 1:30 p.m. Friday

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2017 (Senior):
  • Earned her fourth consecutive conference award, as a member of the All-C-USA Second Team, and additionally, was voted Third Team All-South Region by the United Soccer Coaches
  • Her final year, was voted team captain, and ended her career as the Owls' all-time leader in games played and games started, each at 82
  • Also appears on the FAU career list in shots attempted (117, seventh), shots on goal (49, seventh), and minutes played (5,974, ninth)
  • Started all 21 matches, one of just two in 2018, and amassed 1,527 minutes on the pitch, fourth-highest on the team
  • Added three more goals to her career total of nine, including a game-winning golden goal in overtime in the C-USA Championship vs. UAB
  • The other two came against C-USA foes Rice and Southern Miss
  • Assisted on two goals as well, at Gardner-Webb and at Charlotte
  • Again was the main instigator of corner kicks, 56 of the team's 100
  • Also was chosen as a member of the C-USA All-Tournament Team
2016 (Junior):
  • For the second straight year, voted by the coaches to the All-C-USA Third Team
  • One of only four Owls to start and play in every match 
  • Was fifth on the team in minutes played with 1,618
  • Scored a goal against national power North Carolina
  • Had two assists, in conference wins over UTEP and LA Tech
  • Took just under 60 percent of the team's corner kicks on the season, 79 of 133
2015 (Sophomore):
  • Chosen as a member of the All-C-USA Third Team
  • Scored three goals with two assists for eight points
  • Owned a .478 shot-on-goal percentage
  • Scored two goals in FAU's Sept. 4 win against Miami
  • Scored the game-winner against North Florida on Aug. 23
2014 (Freshman):
  • Named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team
  • Started each of FAU’s 20 games in her first season of collegiate soccer
  • Scored two goals and recorded five points on the year
  • Tallied 1,531 minutes

Prior to FAU:

  • Played for both the 17U and 19U Icelandic teams
  • Scored four goals and was voted Player of the Year and earned the 'Most Promise' award for Breiðablik


  • Daughter of Arni Einarsson and Kristin Arnthorsdottir
  • Majoring in communication studies
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