There’s not really anywhere to go but up for Brown this season. Coming off an ECAC-worst 2-27 — averaging 1.6 goals per game while allowing 4.6 — the team could benefit from a more experienced defensive unit led by senior Cara Najjar, who had 12 points last season. Junior Calla Isaac (4.01 GAA), who earned the team’s Most Improved Player award last season, turned out to be an upgrade in net and the team will look for her to progress again. Offensively, the team returns one of its top two scorers from last season in senior forward Sena Hanson (15 points).
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