Scored a point in 80 straight NCAA hockey games.
Botterill's résumé couldn't be more impressive: two-time Patty Kazmaier Award winner (as the NCAA's top female player), three-time Olympic gold medalist for Canada, five-time world champion and two-time MVP at worlds. And yet she made what likely will be her most lasting mark at Harvard, scoring at least one point in 80 straight games. "I strived to be consistent and dominant every time I was on the ice," says Botterill, who actually scored 106 points in 107 games. Yep, a point a game every game pretty much defines consistent and dominant.