Junior (2011-12): In her third season, Dumais improved upon her already impressive resume by competing in all 30 games ... eclipsed the career 100-point barrier in the second to last game of the season to become the 34th player in program history to record 100 points ... led the team in points with 38 and assists with 22 and tied for the team lead in goals with 16 ... the 38 points tied her career high, which she set her sophomore season ... set a new career high in assists ... had three power-play goals and three game-winning goals ... named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Jan. 17 ... had multiple points in 10 games ... tied a career high in points and goals with three goals and an assist at home against Yale ... marked her second career hat trick ... had a point streak of four games from Jan. 10 through Jan. 20 ... in conference play, she had 11 goals and 13 assists ... named the team's Offensive Most Valuable Player.
Sophomore (2010-11): Built on her incredible freshman season with an even better sophomore year ... led the team in goals (18), assists (20) and points (38) ... had a hat trick, which marked a single-game career-high in goals, in a 6-0 victory at Brown on Jan. 29 ... in that same game added an assist to tie her career high in points with four ... had two goals, an assist and the game-winning overtime goal in a 3-2 victory over Clarkson in the ECAC Tournament ... started the season by recording a point in the Big Green's first four games ... scored eight power-play goals and had six game-winning goals ... in conference play, had 11 goals and 11 assists for 22 points ... scored two or more points in nine games ... finished the season with a plus-minus ratio of +8 ... was named the ECAC Player of the Week on Jan. 25 ... was the team's Offensive Most Valuable Player.
Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in all 28 contests for the Big Green in her first campaign ... led all rookies in each offensive category ... named to the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team ... had 25 points, which was fourth on the team and her 15 helpers was tied with Amanda Trunzo for second on the squad ... fourth among freshman in scoring in ECAC Hockey ... had an impressive start to the season with her first collegiate point coming in the second game at Colgate with an assist in a 5-5 tie on Oct. 31 ... scored two goals in home debut against St. Lawrence in a 4-2 win on Nov. 6 ... had two season-long three-game point streaks ... the first one came in mid-November with an assist against Princeton (Nov. 13) and Quinnipiac (Nov. 14) ... ended the streak with a career-high four points with a goal and a season's best three assists ... posted another three-game point streak with single assists at Princeton (Jan. 9) and against Colgate (Jan. 15) and Cornell (Jan. 16) ... was voted as the team's Rookie of the Year by her teammates.
Before Dartmouth: A two-year member of the women’s hockey team at Dawson College in Montreal and was an assistant captain in 2008-09 ... prior to playing at Dawson, she competed at Kuper Academy for two seasons ... two-time Kuper Academy Academic Athlete of the Year ... was a forward for U-18 Team Canada and earned a silver medal at the World Championship in Calgary and was the team’s leading scorer during the tournament ... three-time member of Team Quebec and won two silver medals at the U-18 Nationals and a bronze at the Canada Games ... was amongst the tournament’s leading scorers at the Canada Games in 2006-07.
Personal: Camille Dumais was born August 15, 1990 ... daughter of Bruno Dumais and Raymonde Pelletier ... has a brother and sister ... earned the French and Math award at Kuper Academy, which was given to a graduating senior ... interested in studying biology and medicine while at Dartmouth.
DUMAIS' CAREER STATISTICS