|Hometown:||Carleton Place, Ontario|
|High School:||Ottawa Senators Intermediate|
Junior (2011-12): For the third straight season, Sharp played in every game for the Big Green ... in her 30 games in 2011-12, she scored a career-high four goals and tallied 10 assists for 14 points ... the 14 points matched her total from her sophomore season ... recorded a career-high three power point goals, and had the game-winning goal in a 4-1 home victory over Quinnipiac on Feb. 4 ... tallied a season-high two assists at Yale on Jan. 28 ... registered an assist in four straight games from Jan. 6-13.
Sophomore (2010-11): Played in all 34 games for the Big Green, tallying a career-high 14 points on one goal and 13 assists ... recorded her first career goal at home in a 9-2 victory over Connecticut on Jan. 1 ... the goal was also a power play goal ... tallied a point in 13 different games ... her best scoring performance came in a loss at Rensselaer when she recorded two assists ... had a stretch of three games (Jan. 15-21) where she had an assist in each game.
Freshman (2009-10): Appeared in all 28 games on the blueline for the Big Green ... recorded three assists for three points ... registered her first collegiate point in the 4-3 win over Vermont on Nov. 28 ... posted assists in back-to-back games with one coming against Boston College on Jan. 27 and the next coming versus Harvard on Jan. 29.
Before Dartmouth: A four-year member of the girls ice hockey team at Carleton Place High School with two years as a captain ... competed in a total of six sports in high school ... others included volleyball, basketball, badminton, soccer and track and field ... two-time member of the county championship team ... was a three-time team MVP in hockey and was the Carleton Place Junior and Senior Player of the Year ... eight-year member of the Nepean Wildcats in Midget AA Hockey ... won the bronze medal in 2007 in Midget AA OWHA Provincial Hockey Championships ... joined the Ottawa Senators Intermediate AA of the Provincial Women's Hockey League for the 2008-09 season and won the gold medal at the PWHL Finals ... in addition to her accolades in hockey, she was voted rookie of the year in basketball, volleyball and badminton as a freshman ... was a two-time MVP in volleyball ... as a senior won the Colin Hood Award, which is given out by the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association ... won multiple county championship in many sports ... was fifth in the eastern region of Ontario in the 80m and 300m hurdles in 2006.
Personal: Margaux Sharp was born on May 6, 1991 ... daughter of Stephen and Caroline Sharp ... has one sister ... father played fullback at Mount Allison University and was a Vanier Cup finalist in 1984 ... mother competed in volleyball at Mount Allison and currently works with the Canadian Olympic Committee.