According to Coach Lewis: "Emily has waited three seasons for her opportunity and I have no doubt she is going to shine in 2006. I think a lot of teams are going to be surprised at how strong we are in goal. Emily brings three years worth of daily competition against Liz Jordan, the league's best goalkeeper in 2005. Emily is technically very sound in goal, has exceptional circle awareness and understands the game very well. I am quite confident that Emily will be another one of Bucknell's outstanding goalkeepers. And, I'm excited for her to go out and embrace this opportunity."
As a Junior: Saw action in four games, recording 16 saves on four goals against ... her save percentage was 80.0% on the season and she shared a shutout with Liz Jordan ... named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll and NFHCA All-Academic Squad ... spent the spring semester studying abroad in Ireland. As a Sophomore: Was hampered by a foot injury during the fall and early part of the spring ... saw action in two contests in 2004, recording two saves ... a member of the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. As a First Year: Emily was one of two backup goalies in her first season ... had a very productive spring season, seeing plenty of action in four tournaments ... demonstrated solid goalkeeping skills ... communicated well in directing her defense ... named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad and Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
Personal: Career stats include 18 saves and four goals against for a career save percentage of 81.8% ... graduated from Voorhees High School and played for Ann Bonavita ... majoring in accounting ... daughter of John Groendyke & Martha Scott.