As a senior: Missed 11 games due to injury ... Finished second on the team in assists (27) ... Had two game-winning goals and one short-handed goal ... Her last game-winner came on March 4, against St. Lawrence in the ECACHL Finals ... Had a career-high seven point night against Union, where she netted two goals and had five assists ... Scored two goals and two assists in Dartmouth, 6-3, win over Princeton on Nov. 24. ... Scored the teams last goal of the season in their NCAA Regional game against Boston College ... Name ECACHL Player of the Week once.
As a junior: Led Dartmouth in points (60) and assists (37) ... had ten power-play goals and six gamewinning goals on the year ... recorded 18 multi-point games out of the 28 that she played ... scored the first goal of the season for the Big Green just two minutes into the game against Boston College ... had two six-point games, one being a s a stwo-goal and four-assist effort over Minnesota, and the other one-goal and five-assist campaign against Union ... put up a four-goal game against Providence ...
As a sophomore: Missed part of the season, including the Frozen Four, due to participation with the Canadian national team, which competed at the IIHF Women’s World Championship in March and April ... despite missing 12 games, still had an incredible season, racking up 36 points in just 22 games ... produced 26 assists as the center on a prolific sophomore line with classmates Gillian Apps and Tiffany Hagge ... tied Hagge for the team lead in helpers ... collected three gamewinning goals and set up four other gamewinning goals ... was held pointless just four times in 22 games ... scored nine total points in the four games immediately after being held pointless ... began the season with 12 points (3g, 9a) in first five games, playing a hand in four gamewinning goals ... collected a pair of goals and assists during team’s season-opening victory versus Providence on Oct. 31 ... tallied assists on three of the Big Green’s four goals versus Princeton on Nov. 21 ... notched at least two assists 10 times ... picked up an assist each on power-play and shorthanded goals on March 7 ... began and ended season on season-long five-game point-scoring streaks ...
As a freshman: Missed nine games but still finished fifth on team with 32 points in 26 games ... 17 goals were fourth on the team, while 15 assists placed her fifth ... scored four points with a goal and three assists against Colgate (3/7/03) ...
Elsewhere: Arrived at Dartmouth not only from the Canadian senior champion Beatrice Aeros, but from the 2002 Canadian Olympic team that captured the gold medal in Salt Lake City ... helped the U-18 Canadian national team win a gold medal in 1999 and competed on the Canadian national team at the 2003 Four Nations Cup ... attended Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute from 1995 to ‘00 ...
Personal: Cherie Piper was born on June 29, 1981 ... daughter of Alan and Christine Piper ... majoring in sociology ... has two brothers.
|Year||Games Played ||Goals||Assists||Points||Penalty Minutes |
|2002-03 ||26 ||17 ||15 ||32 ||59 |
|2003-04 ||22 ||10 ||26 ||36 ||46 |
|2004-05 ||28 ||23 ||37 ||60 ||50 |
|2006-07 ||23 ||10 ||27 ||37 ||14 |
|Totals ||99 ||60 ||105 ||165 ||169 |