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Top 25 Under 25 | Number 3 - Emerance Maschmeyer

After her breakout performance at the 2016 World Championships, what's next for Maschmeyer? Photo by Laine Schuck/CWHL
After her breakout performance at the 2016 World Championships, what's next for Maschmeyer? Photo by Laine Schuck/CWHL

The following article appeared on www.theicegarden.com on Wednesday, September 28, 2017 featuring former Harvard netminder Emerance Maschmeyer.

By Jenn Huang and Hannah Bevis

Goalie Emerance Maschmeyer is on the podium with a bronze medal in the inaugural Top 25 Under 25 championships. 

At only 22, Maschmeyer has proven herself to be one of Team Canada’s superstars. From her time at Harvard to her current role on Les Canadiennes de Montreal, Maschmeyer’s protection of the net is exhilarating to watch.

Past Accomplishments

Maschmeyer spent her college career at Harvard, playing all four years. She began her career with a strong start, winning her collegiate debut. She ended her freshman year on a high as well, winning the Ivy League Rookie of the Year. By the end of her four years at Harvard, Maschmeyer had quite a few titles under her belt. She was nominated for ECAC Goaltender of the Year three times, winning once. She also broke Harvard’s record for all-time career saves with 2,538.

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