Duke Field Hockey BIO
19 Cherry Seaborn
2013: Joined the Blue Devils’ starting offense during her only season in Durham … Started the first 21 contests of the season before suffering an injury … Played in 23 of 24 games for the fall, helping Duke reach the NCAA championship match … Totaled six goals for 12 points … Ranked second on the team in game-winning goals with three, including in a double overtime victory at Rutgers (Sept. 8) … Also scored in a double overtime win against California (Oct. 4).
Prior to Duke: Played collegiately at Durham University in the United Kingdom, graduating in 2013 … Led her squad to the British University championship in 2012 and 2013 … Also guided her university team to runner-up finishes in the Investec English Women’s Hockey League North Conference for two consecutive seasons … Selected to England’s Under-21 national team in 2011, 2012 and 2013, helping the squad earn the bronze medal at the 2012 European Championships in Holland … Also played for England’s Under-18 national team, earning a bronze medal at the 2009 European Championships and a silver medal at the 2010 Volvo 4 Nations Championship … Named to the Saxon Tigers and Penine Pumas regional teams … Played for the Harleston Magpies Hockey Club, earning Female Young Player of the Year recognition in 2009 … Club team was an Under-18 national indoor finalist in 2007 and an Under-18 national finalist in 2008 … Totaled 11 goals in English National League play during the 2012-13 season and 14 during the 2011-12 season ... Graduated from Thomas Mills High School in Suffolk.
Personal: Born May 6, 1992 … Daughter of Matthew Seaborn and Ann Lancaster … Has one brother (Charlie) … Father played cricket and soccer at the former Oxford Polytechnic in Oxford, England (’79) … Brother plays rugby at the College of St Hild and St Bede, Durham University (’15) … Enrolled in the Master of Management Studies program at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.