|High School:||Bishop Strachan School|
|Club:||Toronto Jr. Aeros|
Junior (2014-15): As a junior, Forfar appeared in all 30 games, netting four goals and 12 assists for 16 points … third on the team in assists and sixth in points … ended the first four games of the season with at least one point, tallying two assists in the 5-2 win against RPI on Nov. 1 … first goal of the season came in the 5-1 defeat of St. Lawrence on Nov. 8 … had a three-point performance in the 3-2 victory against Cornell on Feb. 13, scoring the first two goals and tacking on a helper … her first goal at Cornell was scored 24 seconds into the game and is the second-fastest goal netted by a Dartmouth player this season … named ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Feb. 17.
Sophomore (2013-14): Forfar did not see any action during her second season with the team due to an injury suffered in preseason.
Freshman (2012-13): In her first year on campus, Forfar appeared in 27 contests for the Big Green ... tallied seven markers and added a pair of assists for nine points ... in 18 conference games, scored five goals and had one helper ... twice earned ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week ... earned ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Month honors for January ... scored her first collegiate goal against Providence on Dec. 31, in a 4-2 win ... had her first career multi-goal game versus Union on Jan. 5 ... had a three game point streak, including back-to-back multi-point games in early January ... tied for the team lead with four power-play tallies ... was second on the team with three game-winning goals.
Before Dartmouth: Played junior hockey for the Toronto Jr. Aeros of the PWHL alongside Dartmouth teammates Laura Stacey and Lindsey Allen ... three-time captain ... helped the Aeros take home a pair of gold medals and a silver in the PWHL Championship ... led the squad to two Provincial Tournaments, taking home a pair of silver medals ... won gold at the Stoney Creek Tournament in 2011-12 ... three-time team MVP ... was the squad's top scorer as a junior, earning the Most Dedicated award ... named Top Player as a freshman ... also attended the Team Canada U18 conditioning and selection camp ... represented Ontario on Team Red at the Canadian U18 Nationals ... won gold at the 2011-12 national championships with Team Ontario ... also played on her high school soccer, softball and track & field teams ... academically, was named Athletic Prefect, Athletic Council, School President and Honor Roll.
Personal: Ailish Forfar is the daughter of Gregory and Sophia Forfar ... born July 11, 1994 ... has one brother ... majoring in English and geography ... pursuing a future in sports broadcasting.
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