Women’s soccer sees three named to All-East Region team – Brown University

PROVIDENCE, R.I.  – Seniors Kayla Duran, Brittany Raphino, and Ava Seelenfreund have been named to the 2022 United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I All-Region teams.
Duran and Raphino have earned First Team All-East Region honors, while Seelenfreund has been named to the Second Team. Raphino was also recently named a MAC Hermann Trophy Semifinalist.
Raphino led the Bears in both goals (10) and points (24) on the year, adding four assists as well. She is just the second player in program history to post back-to-back 20-point seasons.
Duran scored once and assisted on three other goals on the year. She was also the anchor of the Brown back line. In conference games this year, Duran and the Bears’ defense allowed a league-low three goals, just .50 per game. Duran helped Brown post nine shutouts on the season.
Seeelnfruned’s 10 goals and 21 points on the year are both career-highs. Her five game-winning goals led the Bears and was 13th in the nation.

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