Matthew McGroarty calls the state of Connecticut home. It’s where he chose to stay to prep for his college career at Brunswick School. And now, it’s where he has decided to remain for the duration of his college career.
Following his second season as a Bruin, McGroarty officially revealed the ultimate destination of his college hockey path, committing to play in the Nutmeg State at Quinnipiac. The Westport, Conn., native forward saw his offensive production jump as a sophomore, scoring six goals and 14 points to rank sixth on the team in scoring.
The 5-foot-11, 155-pound McGroarty will look to improve his game again as an upperclassman before joining the Bobcats in a few years, but he discussed his road to the college level with New England Hockey Journal in our latest Commitment Q&A:
How would you describe yourself as a player? Are there NHL players you try to emulate?