HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth senior Camille Dumais has been named the ECAC Hockey Women's Player of the Week for her seven-point weekend at Maine the league office announced Tuesday morning.

Dumais registered her fourth career hat trick Saturday afternoon, reaching the 50-goal plateau for her career. She added an assist for four points on the afternoon, matching her career high set three previous times in her time wearing the Big Green sweater.

Saturday's first tally in the team's 6-1 victory proved to be the game-winning goal as Dumais found the back of the net with just six seconds remaining in the opening period. She would go on to add two more in the third, helping the team to the five-goal win.

The following day saw the senior from Beaconsfield, Quebec, continue her scoring touch with another three points on a goal and two assists.

Again Dumais scored in the final minute of a period as her marker with 48 seconds left in the middle stanza put the Green on top, 2-1.

In Sunday's third period, Dumais assisted on Sasha Nanji's game winner and Jenna Hobeika's insurance goal to cap the multi-point effort and lead Dartmouth to the 4-2 win.

After the two road victories, Dumais now ranks 24th in program history in scoring as she has amassed 51 goals and 63 assists for 114 points in her career.

Dumais becomes the first Dartmouth player to earn a weekly accolade from the league in 2012-13.

The Big Green return to the ice on Dec. 31 when they travel to Providence for a 2 p.m. matinee with the Friars.