Emma Gorski Commits To Merrimack

Emma Gorski

Emma Gorski with the Barrie Sharks – Contributed Photo

Wallaceburg’s Emma Gorski has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey for Merrimack College.

The goaltender is currently playing in the PWHL with the Barrie Jr. Sharks. In 18 games, Emma Gorski has collected a .911 save percentage and 2.34 GAA along with 2 shutouts.

“It’s such a relieving feeling to have my future planned,” said Gorski about committing to Merrimack. “It’s nice to now be able to just focus on improving my game.”

Last season, Gorski played for the Chatham-Kent Secondary School Golden Hawks at the high school level, and the Chatham Outlaws Midget ‘AA’ team. Last summer, Gorski won gold at the Ontario Summer Games.

She is excited about the opportunity to play Division I NCAA hockey, and believes Merrimack is the perfect fit for her on and off the ice.

“Merrimack is a school that is developing each day as it is new in the division l program,” explained Gorski of her choice. “I chose Merrimack because I believe that it is a fantastic environment similar to a small community. I also admire the head Coach Erin Hamlen’s ambitions for the team. Merrimack offers not only a good hockey program but great academics. The work is just beginning but I am excited to see what lies ahead for me as a Warrior.”

The Merrimack College Warriors are a new NCAA Division I program, entering Hockey East in 2015-2016. Gorski will join the Merrimack Warriors for the 2019-2020 NCAA season.

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