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Saints Let Late Lead Slip Away
AS A JUNIOR: MAAC All-Tournament Team selection...Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team...Started and played in all 21 games...Led the team in both minutes played (1885) and minutes per game (89.8)...Played in every minute in 18 of 21 games...Took four shots including three on goal.
AS A SOPHOMORE: MAAC Second Team...Started all 17 games at center back...Helped lead Siena to the top defense in the league (0.94 goals allowed)...Scored her first career goal, the game winner, in a 3-0 victory at Rider (Oct. 9)...Scored on her only shot on goal.
AS A FRESHMAN: MAAC All-Rookie Team selection...Started all 19 games at center back...Led a defense that allowed 0.75 goals against/game and contributed to eight shutouts...Recorded first collegiate assist in a 4-0 win over Iona (Oct. 17)...Put four of 15 shots on goal.
BEFORE SIENA: Five year varsity letterwinner at Canandaigua Academy...First Team All-League as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior...All-Greater Rochester honorable mention as a junior and senior...Vice President of her class.
PERSONAL: Born February 25, 1990...Daughter of John and Cindy Serafine...Has an older brother, Danny, who played lacrosse at St. John Fisher College, and a younger brother, Tyler...Has an older sister, Caitlyn, who played soccer at New Hampshire...An English Education major who aspires to be an elementary school teacher...Chose Siena for the strong combination of academics and athletics...Also recruited by Syracuse, North Carolina State, New Hampshire, Delaware, St. Bonaventure and Canisius.
KARBOWSKI ON SERAFINE: "Maren continues to play at a very high level and make it look effortless. She is a calm, cool and composed defender. Maren reads the game extremely well and is always in the right position to get the job done."
SERAFINE'S CAREER STATISTICS