Brea Lynn Seabrook, a 2015 G.A.R graduate, was the epitome of a true athlete. Brea was a multi-sport athlete. As a freshman she was named Wyoming Valley Conference Most Valuable Player as a soccer player. As a basketball player she was a thousand-point scorer and declared an all-star all four years of her career. But ultimately, Brea chose to stick with her love for field hockey. Throughout her high school career, she was named athlete of the week, Citizens and Times Leader All-Star, WVC All-Star, and All-State 1st and 2nd team. All of which were accomplished on multiple occasions. Brea led her team as captain all through her varsity career and was still able to maintain highest honors in her studies, acquire student of the month, receive the “Act Right Award”, and be a member of the student council. Brea’s dream was always to go to a division I university, and she was able to do just that! Although she had many D1 offers, in 2015, Brea chose to take her studies and athletic career to a small D1 school called Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania. Her athletic career was the true depiction of what it means to be a hardworking, dedicated player. Brea was named All-Rookie Team (2015), Atlantic-10 Second Team (2016-2017), Atlantic-10 All Championship Team (2016), Atlantic-10 Preseason Team (2016-2017), National Field Hockey Coaches’ Association National Academic Squad (2016-2018), Atlantic-10 All Region Team (2017-2018), Captain (2018-2019) Atlantic-10 First Team (2018-2019), and Mid-Atlantic Second Team All-Region (2019). In 2019, she ended her career on the dean’s list and obtained a Bachelors’ Degree in Public Health. She was also invited to try out for the US Women’s National Field Hockey Team, as a Trial Selection, but chose to pursue a different path in life. In start of fall 2019, Brea came home and went to Misericordia University, where she obtained her Bachelors’ Degree in Nursing and did volunteer coaching at Wyoming Area High School. She currently is a Registered Nurse and lives in Columbus, Ohio. Her love for her brother Brendan, is what continues to drive her passion for nursing and living life to the fullest. She still loves the game dearly and continues to play two days a week with an adult team in Ohio.