Lewiston’s Gabby Gambino, an All-Western New York first-team selection in 2019, has committed to Clemson to continue her soccer career.
Gambino, a member of the Class of 2022 at St. Mary's who also plays for the WNY Flash, had 16 goals and 12 assists as a sophomore in her second season as a starter. She missed last season after having knee surgery for a torn ligament in May 2020.
"Clemson provides me with a great education and a top soccer program that will challenge me to grow on and off the field," she said. "It also felt like home. After being a part of the WNY Flash and St. Mary's where the culture feels like a family, I knew I wanted to find the same experience away at college and for me that is at Clemson."
Congratulations to Gabby Gambino on committing to Clemson University to continue playing soccer! A 2019 All WNY 1st Team selection is going to the ACC! We are excited to see you back on the pitch this fall picking up where you left off in the 19-20 season! 🧡🤍 pic.twitter.com/C7lX2H4pyL— St Mary’s HS W Soccer (@SMH_WSoccer) July 28, 2021
Gambino chose Clemson over Providence and Syracuse.
She also has taken part in the ECNL National Training Camp and U.S. Soccer training and was part of the Flash team that won the ECNL U17 North American Cup this month.