James Gorman '70
Title: Class of 1990

James Gorman, you were an outstanding ice hockey goalie for four years and your abilities as an inspirational leader were evident as you were elected a co-captain for two years.

You established numerous records, but none finer than your 3.21 goals against average you established during the 1969-70 season, a record which still stands today for WSC goalies. You had also set records for most average saves in a game, total saves for a season and a career and held the record for most consecutive starts by a goalie.

You were selected a Worcester College Hockey League All Star and were also selected to the ECAC Weekly All Star team several times. In 1969-70 you allowed just 41 goals during 574 minutes of action.

You were president of the Men's Athletic Association and the Athletic Fund representative to the State College Board of Trustees. You served as chairman of the John Coughlin Testimonial Committee.

You were the head coach of the Fitchburg State College hockey team from 1978 to 1984 and had coached at Murdock High prior to that. You also played one season with the Fitchburg Hornets of the New England Hockey League. You are currently the principal at Winchendon Middle School.

James Gorman, it is with great pride that we induct you into the Worcester State College Athletic Hall of Fame.