Hockey teams don't win championships without an oak tree anchoring the blue line. The University of Minnesota Women's hockey team, which just hoisted its third national title in four years, has Rachel Ramsey. The six-foot senior is the total package. Her dad Mike played on the 1980 Miracle on Ice Team. During her first college season, the former Ms. Hockey finalist and Minnetonka Skippers captain, who led her team to the Minnesota Class AA State Championship in 2011, was named to the WCHA All-Rookie team. She's only gotten better. The reigning two-time WCHA Defensive Player of the Year sacrifices her body like she's got a few to spare. On top of that, she rips howitzers, averaging more than a point a game. This year, Ramsey is a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, given out to the top female hockey player in the land. When her collegiate career is over, Ramsey's resume will make the argument that she's the best blueliner in Gophers' history.