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Grace Zarzecki
Grace  Zarzecki

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Chicago, Ill.

Last College:
Harvard

Height:
5-5

Position:
Forward

2016-17 (Harvard): Played in seven games for the Crimson

2015-16 (Harvard): ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week (Nov. 10) ... Recorded the game-winning goal on the breakaway in a 3-2 triumph at Colgate (Feb. 19) ... Found the back of the net in the third ECAC quarterfinal game at Colgate (Feb. 28) ... Netted game-tying goal in a 1-1 tie at Rensselaer (Feb. 12) ... Assisted Dani Krzyszczyk’s goal against Brown (Feb. 5) ... Scored Harvard’s second goal at Clarkson (Jan. 16) ... Provided a helper to Karly Heffernan against Colgate (Jan. 9) ... Tallied the game-winning goal on the power play against Cornell (Jan. 8) ... Scored and assisted in a 4-1 victory over Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 28) ... Scored a power play goal against Northeastern (Nov. 24) ... Lit the Lantern for Harvard’s second score of a 4-0 win against New Hampshire (Nov. 18) ... Tallied an assist on Jessica Harvey’s game-tying goal against Rensselaer (Nov. 14) ... Dealt an assist to Lexie Laing on her game-winning goal at Brown (Nov. 7) ... Scored two goals, including the game-winner, for first-career points at Yale (Nov. 6) ... Scored game-winning goal in exhibition over McGill (Oct. 17).

Prior to College: Graduated from Whitney M. Young Magnet High School, playing all four years for Latin School of Chicago … Also played for the Chicago Fury from 2009-12 and for the Chicago Mission from 2012-15 … U16 girls State runner-up in 2012 … U19 girls State Champion in (2013, 2014, 2015) … Girls high school State Champion in 2015 … Named to AHAI All-State team, as well as named AHAI Player of the Year in 2015 … Stoney Creek Sabre Tournament Champion as well as MVP … USA Hockey Nationals runner-up in 2013 at the U19 level, and u19 USA Hockey National Champion in 2015 … Women's U18 World silver medalist in (2013, 2014) … Scored 11 goals and 6 assists totaling for 17 points at 2015 USA Hockey Nationals … Played in the Whitney Young Wind Ensemble for four years as the first chair Alto and Soprano saxophone; played at the Kennedy Center with the wind ensemble in 2014.