Hockey has helped Matt Coronato get to where he wants to be. The first year junior at Salisbury School already has earned an opportunity to go to one of the best schools in the world due to his ability on the ice.
“Academics are a huge part of it. I do well in school, but the fact that hockey has helped me get a chance to go to Harvard means the world to me. The hockey program is a top one, too. It wasn’t a hard decision for me,” said Coronato, who committed to play college hockey for the Crimson before choosing to attend Salisbury.
A Huntington, N.Y., native, Coronato is averaging more than a point per game as a 16-year-old in prep, which is no small feat.
“Matt has been an outstanding addition to our team this season. As a young player, Matt has made an immediate impact this year,” said Salisbury head coach Andrew Will, who played college hockey at Union in Schenectady, N.Y.