As a senior: Elected captain her senior year ... Appeared in 31 of the teams 34 contests ... Has recorded 14 multi-point games ... Had a 14-game point streak going from Nov. 17-Jan. 27 ... Has only been held scoreless five times this season ... Recorded her only hat trick of the season agains Rensselaer on Oct. 29. ... Leads the team in goals (30) and shots (158) ... Is Dartmouth's all-time leader in penalty minutes with 281 ... Named a Top 10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award ... Awarded as the Most Valuable Player by the New England Hockey Writers ... Was named the ECACHL's Player of the Year ... Named the league's Player of the Week twice during the regular season ... Earned First-Team all-league honors.
As a junior: Played in 29 of the Big Green’s 35 contests, finishing fourth on the team in points (16g, 26a) ... recorded four power-play goals, as well as two short-handed goals ... ended the season with 11 multi-point games ... tacked up a three-point game (1g, 2a) in her season opener against Boston College ... put up a hat trick and two assists against Union on Jan. 7. ... had three assists in games against Yale and Brown ...
As a sophomore: Placed second on the team in goals (22) and fourth in points (35) despite playing just 23 games due to her participation on the Canadian national team ... competed with Team Canada at the World Championships in March, forcing her to miss the Frozen Four ... named All-Ivy League second team and honorable mention All-ECAC Hockey League ... named ECAC Hockey League Player of the Week on Nov. 3 and 24 and to the ECAC Hockey League Honor Roll twice ... USCHO Division I Offensive player of the Week on Nov. 4 ... made a big impact when she was in the lineup by scoring a point in 16 of her 23 games ... finished second on the team to classmate Katie Weatherston in both power-play goals (five) and gamewinners (four) ... twice netted hat tricks, including a career-high four-goal effort during the season-opener on Oct. 31 versus Providence, when she netted her final three goals in a span of 2:14 ... recorded a hat trick on Jan. 10 in a tie at Brown ... tallied four assists and a goal in Dartmouth’s next meeting with Providence on Jan. 21 ... played a big part in the Big Green’s pair of wins over Providence, lending a hand to nine of the team’s 17 goals against the Friars (5g, 4a) ... from Jan. 21 to March 12, scored a goal in eight of her nine games ...
As a freshman: Was one of four freshmen to make a major impact on the ice, finishing with 22 goals, 13 assists and 35 points ... honorable mention All-Ivy selection and finished fourth on the team in points despite missing five games while competing for the Canadian national team ... led the team with six power-play goals and tied for third on the team with four multiple-goal games ... picked up a hat trick and two assists against Vermont on 11/20/02 ... had coinciding mid-season stretches where she scored a goal in 13 of 18 games and recorded a point in 15 of 19 games ... played alongside Tiffany Hagge and Cherie Piper on an all-freshman line ...
Elsewhere: Spent two years playing for the Beatrice Aeros before competing in the IIHF World Championships with the Canadian national team in 2003 and 2004 ... played on the Canadian U-22 national team ... attended high school at Havergal College in Toronto, where she played four sports ...
Personal: Gillian Mary Apps was born on November 2, 1983 ... majoring in psychology ... daughter of Syl and Anne Apps ... has one sister and one brother ... grandfather, Syl Apps, won three Stanley Cups in the 1940s as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs, is enshrined in the NHL Hall of Fame, and competed in the pole vault, representing Canada at the 1936 Olympics ... father, Syl Apps Jr., played for three NHL teams from 1970 to ’80 ... brother, Syl Apps III, played for Princeton.
|Year||Games Played ||Goals||Assists||Points||Penalty Minutes |
|2002-03 ||30 ||22||13||35||59|
|Totals||113||90 ||68 ||158 ||281 |