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#24 Sasha Nanji
Position: Defense
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Markham, Ontario
High School: Mississauga Chiefs
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Junior (2011-12): Nanji played in all 30 games for the Big Green ... finished fourth on the team in points (24), tied for third in goals (12) and fourth on the team in assists (12) ... had two power-play goals and three game-winning goals ... led the Big Green defensemen with a plus/minus ration of +22 ... named second-team All-ECAC and second-team All-Ivy ... had a career-high four points in the victory at Yale on Jan. 28 ... scored multiple points in six games ... had two four-game point streaks ... recording a point in four straight from Oct. 28 through Nov. 11 and from Jan. 27 through Feb. 4 ... took 116 shots ... in 22 ECAC games, she recorded nine goals and nine assists for 18 points.

Sophomore (2010-11): In her second season, she had one of the best scoring seasons ever by a Dartmouth defenseman ... played in 34 games and scored 14 goals and 16 assists for 30 points ... the 14 goals marked the fifth-highest single-season total by a defenseman ... the 30 points was the 10th-highest single-season total by a defenseman ... recorded her first career hat trick in a 3-2 overtime victory at Princeton on Nov. 12 ... had three power play goals and four game-winning goals ... recorded a five-game point scoring streak from Feb. 5 through Feb. 19 ... had eight games with two or more points ... finished the season with a plus/minus ratio of +10 ... in 22 ECAC games, she had 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points ... was named honorable mention All-Ivy and thrid team All-ECAC ... finished fourth in the nation in points per game by a defenseman.

Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in all 28 games for the Big Green on the blueline ... led all defensemen on the team with six goals and 13 assists for 19 points ... her 13 helpers were tied for fourth on the squad ... fifth overall among defensemen in ECAC Hockey with 19 points and ninth among rookies ... led Dartmouth with a plus/minus of +19 ... four of her six goals came on the power play for fourth on the team ... tallied first collegiate point with an assist against St. Lawrence in the 4-2 win on Nov. 6 ... first goal came a week later with a score and an assist in the 4-1 win over #10 Princeton on Nov. 13 ... had another two-point game with a pair of helpers in the 5-2 victory at Brown on Nov. 20 ... that concluded one of two season-high three-game point streaks ... posted a goal and an assist for her one of her five multi-point games in the 8-1 win over Union on Jan. 23 ... followed that with a season-high three points on two goals an an assist in the 6-3 victory against Boston College.

Before Dartmouth: Five-year competitor in ice hockey for Branksome Hall in Toronto, while also playing for the Mississauga Chiefs during her senior year ... was team captain for her final two years and was an assistant captain for the three previous years ... during her stint with the Chiefs the team won the Ontario Women’s Hockey League Championship in 2008-09 ... also competed for the Toronto Aeros for two seasons and won multiple tournaments ... made history becoming the only team in midget Aeros history to go undefeated in the regular season ... was the top scoring defensemen in the PWHL and was a two-time winner of The Colleen MacKenzie Memorial Award, which is given to the most promising player in Junior AA ... competed for Team Ontario and was invited to the U-18 Team Canada Selection Camp as a senior ... two-time team MVP at Branksome ... played rugby, soccer, swimming, track and cross country while at Branksome.

Personal: Sasha Nanji was born January 8, 1992 ... daughter of Karim and Mina Nanji ... has two brothers ... brother, Adam, was drafted by the Plymouth Whalers of the Ontario Hockey League ... interested in studying biology and medicine while at Dartmouth ... enjoys reading and music and is also interested in the writing for the school paper.

NANJI'S CAREER STATISTICS

OVERALL

Year GP
Goals
Assists
Points
Pen/Min
PPG SHG GWG
2009-10 28 6
13
19
6/12
4
0
0
2010-11 34 14 16 30 11/22 3 0 4
2011-12 30 12 12 24 11/22 2 0 3
Totals
92
32
41
73
28/66
9 0
7

ECAC HOCKEY

Year GP
Goals
Assists
Points
Pen/Min
PPG SHG GWG
2009-10 22 3
9
12
5/10
1
0
0
2010-11 22 10 11 21 9/18 3 0 3
2011-12 22 9 9 18 7/14 1 0 3
Totals
66
22
29
51
21/42
5 0
6

 

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