Hosler adds Florida State forward Sierra Curtis


MSU head coach Jeff Hosler talks with his team during a fall 2021 practice/ Photo Credit: MSU Athletic Communications

Kevin McCormick, General Assignment Reporter

EAST LANSING, Mich—On Monday, the Michigan State women’s soccer team welcomed a new transfer in freshman forward Sierra Curtis from Florida State University. 

Curtis will be joining the team as a junior next fall at the forward position. The crafty and creative winger will look to fill the spots left by Ava Cook, Camryn Evans, and Gia Wahlberg as they will be graduating after this year.

She did not appear in a game during her time at. FSU.

In 2017, Curtis earned United States Youth Soccer Best XI National team honors. In 2019, she received Best XI honors for the Girls Development Academy playoffs. She also earned the Golden Boot award in those same playoffs as well.

Last season at Florida State, Curtis was an NCAA National Finalist. She’s also a three-time Olympic Development Program National Team selection.

It will be somewhat of a homecoming for Curtis in the Mitten State as she’s a native of Lake Orion, playing soccer (alongside track and basketball) at Lake Orion High School. Curtis was also a 2018 All-State freshman track selection and the No. 1 overall hurdles athlete in the state in addition to a 2017 regional soccer champion.