Winter Games Athletes
Agosta-Marciano will head to Sochi hoping to win a third Olympic gold medal, and it remains to be seen if she can continue her habit of setting records. She was the youngest member of Canada's team at the 2006 Games in Turin, recording a hat trick on her 19th birthday. At the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Agosta-Marciano scored her record third Olympic hat trick and finished with a tournament-record nine goals while adding six assists on her way to being named tournament MVP. Then in 2011, she became the first four-time finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award as the NCAA's top women's player while playing for Mercyhurst. Agosta-Marciano became the NCAA's all-time leader in goals and points her senior season, and she's also co-record holder for most shorthanded goals in a season with 16 as a freshman. In 2012, she set the single-season points record in the Canadian Women's Hockey League with 41 goals and 39 assists, breaking Team Canada teammate Jayna Hefford's record. Agosta-Marciano became the first to lead the CWHL in points twice in 2013.