The Ottawa Gee Gees represent the University of Ottawa in Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s ice hockey. Home games are contested at the uOttawa Minto Sports Complex, and the Gee Gees are members of the Quebec Student Sports Federation.
Shelley Coolidge became head coach of the program in the spring of 2003. During the 2003-04 campaign, she guided the Gee-Gees to the CIS national championship game where they were defeated by the Alberta Pandas. In 2006-07 she guided the Gee-Gees to a 12-6-0 record, the best in program history.
On January 16, 2008, the Gee Gees hosted a game at Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, as the Gee-Gees played the Carleton Ravens. In 2008, the Gee-Gees hosted the CIS national tournament and finished with a 1-2 record in the tourney. Their only win came in a shoot-out victory over St. Francis Xavier, where the Gee-Gees prevailed by a 7-6 tally. Heading into the 2008-09 season, goaltender Jessika Audet was the oldest varsity student-athlete at uOttawa.
In her first appearance for the Ottawa Gee-Gees, Fannie Desforges scored a goal versus the York Lions in an exhibition game on September 20, 2008 as she scored a goal in a 4-0 shutout victory. In her first ever regular season game (contested on October 18, 2008), she scored her first CIS goal in a victory over the Concordia Stingers.
In February 2010, Kayla Hottot was one of the female qualifiers for a Red Bull Crashed Ice competition. She would advance to the 2010 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship finals in Québec City in March 2010. Other Gee Gees women's ice hockey players that have competed in the Red Bull Crashed Ice include Fannie Desforges and Dominique Lefebvre.