through the 2014-15 season
|Points||17 vs. Brown, 3/6/15|
|Field Goals||6 twice, last vs. Brown, 3/6/15|
|FG Attempts||13 twice, last vs. Harvard, 1/26/14|
|Three-Pointers||4 at Longwood, 12/3/14|
|3FG Attempts||6 at Longwood, 12/3/14|
|Free Throws||7 twice, last at Columbia, 2/27/15|
|FT Attempts||10 vs. Columbia, 2/14/15|
|Off. Rebounds||3 at Yale, 2/6/15|
|Def. Rebounds||5 twice, last at Princeton, 1/31/15|
|Rebounds||6 at Penn, 3/1/13|
|Assists||10 at Longwood, 12/3/14|
|Turnovers||7 at Cornell, 2/28/15|
|Blocks||1 five times, last at Penn, 1/30/15|
|Steals||7 vs. Colby-Sawyer, 1/17/13|
|Minutes||31 vs. Harvard, 1/26/14|
Enters senior year ninth all-time at Dartmouth with 125 career steals, and his steal for every 9.9 minutes on the court is by far the highest rate in Big Green history.
Co-winner of the team’s Rudy LaRusso ’59 Award which goes to the most improved player ... led the team for the third straight year and tied for fourth in the Ivy League with 43 steals ... also among the conference leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.7, 5th) and assists per game (3.2, 8th) ... had at least one assist in all but one game (NJIT on Jan. 17) ... registered first career double-double with 14 points and 10 assists at Longwood on Dec. 3, becoming the first Big Green player with 10 helpers in a game since Flinder Boyd in 2002 ... drilled career-high four three-pointers in the game against the Lancers as well ... Ivy League Co-Player of the Week on March 2 after wins at Columbia and Cornell ... scored in double figures nine times, including a career-best 17 in the 75-69 victory over Brown on March 6 ... over the final two weekends of the regular season, averaged 12.3 points and 4.0 assists while shooting 60 percent (15-of-25) from the floor and 83.3 percent at the line ... had at least one steal in each of his last 11 games ... knocked down 4-of-9 field goals and all four foul shots to score 13 in the CIT game at Canisius.
Once again led the team in steals (32) while playing just the ninth-most minutes ... one game shy of qualifying for Ivy League leaders, would have ranked second in stelas per game ... also third on the squad with 45 assists ... opened the season with 14 points in just 13 minutes against Lyndon State, hitting two three-pointers and all six free throw attempts ... swipted the ball three times at Northern Illinois ... handed out a career-best nine assists — the most by a Big Green player in over 10 years — while scoring seven points in an 85-47 win over Lesley ... played well in a homecoming at St. John’s with eight points on a pair of triples in 14 minutes ... set career highs in minutes (31) and points (16) thanks to 6-of-13 shooting in the home game against Harvard, plus had six steals and four assists in his first start ... missed three weeks after his other start versus Penn on Jan. 31 ... returned at Princeton to give out four helpers in his third straight game ... played a key role in the 69-61 win at Yale, stealing the ball five times, dishing out three assists and canning 5-of-6 at the line in the final six minutes.
Set a Dartmouth freshman record with 50 steals, which is also the sixth-most ever by a Big Green player ... second in the Ivy League in steals per game for the season and in conference play (both 1.9) ... averaged a steal every 8.6 minutes on the court, second-best ever at Dartmouth (for players with at least 100 minutes) ... second on the team in assists with 50 ... one of four Big Green players to convert more than 80 percent at the free throw line ... drained half of his three-point attempts in league play (10-of-20) ... connected on first collegiate shot, a three-pointer in the win over Maine in the season opener ... played a season-high 29 minutes at Elon on Dec. 4, collecting 11 points with three assists, three steals and a pair of rebounds ... produced 10 points in 18 minutes versus Colgate on Jan. 5 ... pilfered the ball seven times, the most by an Ivy player all year, and added a season-high six assists in a blowout win over Colby-Sawyer ... also hit both field goals and free throws in that game ... key player in the near-upset at Harvard, hitting 4-of-10 shots and 6-of-9 at the line for a season-high 15 points ... had a strong home weekend against Brown and Yale, going a combined 6-of-9 from the floor and 3-of-4 on three-pointers while dishing out seven assists and stealing the ball five times ... swiped the ball four times in both encounters with Princeton ... also was 3-of-4 with a free throw for seven points and had four helpers at Princeton on March 2 ... recorded 10 steals in final three games, including three apiece in wins over Cornell and Columbia.
Helped his team to a 21-8 record to reach the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) semifinals as a senior, ousting prestigious Christ the King to get there ... averaged 14 points and seven assists, earning first-team All-CHSAA honors and Class AA First-Team All-State recognition ... All-New York City Second Team as chosen by The Daily News.
|Gill’s Career Statistics|
|Ivy League Statistics Only