It's no secret that Olympic athletes have been known to go looking for "love" while at the Games -- one of the biggest stories out the Sochi Olympic Village has been the use of dating app Tinder by competitors.
Some athletes, however, haven't found the need to download fancy software to find their one-and-only someone. Take U.S. women's hockey player Kelli Stack, for instance. with some time before her team's showdown with rival Canada for the gold medal, Stack took to Twitter and began retweeting a bevy of marriage proposals she's received while at the games:
@kstack16 Im a Combat Veteran ... Do you realize the amount of PATRIOTISM our children will have after we get married!!!??...I know right
— G.Spina (@Vet82nd) February 18, 2014
I would join on the bandwagon of asking @kstack16 to marry me, but she's a BC girl, apparently, so that would be traitorous. #BUForever
— Girl in the Grey Hat (@solarcat) February 18, 2014
@kstack16 most have the most marriage offers in Sochi . She's after a gold medal and everyones trying to give her a gold ring .
— Hayden Fontaine (@RHF_1391) February 18, 2014
@kstack16 I would ask you to marry me... but your hockey skills are intimidating. Why don't we just remain friends?
— Camermany1 (@Camermanny1) February 18, 2014
@kstack16 Forget the rest. Merry me??? (Why not, everybody else is asking)
— Molly Olly (@alwayswiththedr) February 18, 2014
I've seen like 100 people ask @kstack16 to marry them...no chance boys, tough to compete with me. #imawesome
— Dave Grimm (@DGrimm21) February 18, 2014
@kstack16 you have gotten proposals and asked on dates but c'mon look at us! How could you say no to twin brothers?!? pic.twitter.com/lY8vjKCEBk
— Scott Ornellas (@scottyo111) February 17, 2014
While Stack, a 2011 graduate of Boston College and forward on the CWHL's Boston Blades, has her pick of suitors, it's pretty clear which one she should at least start off with:
@kstack16 prom?? — Zac Alberty (@FACTORY_RIDER) February 18, 2014