Two Badgers recently reached 100 career points as junior Brooke Ammerman and senior Mallory Deluce joined senior Meghan Duggan and junior Hilary Knight as the four active Badgers with 100 career points.
Ammerman scored the game-winning goal on the power play against Minnesota State on Oct. 29 to slate her 100th point as a Badger. The tally marked Ammerman's 49th career goal. The River Vale, N.J., native recorded a goal and an assist against the Mavericks on Oct. 30 to move her total to 102 career points.
Senior Mallory Deluce used an assist against Ohio State on Oct. 23 to reach the 100-point mark. The London, Ontario, native currently has 39 goals and 61 assists for 100 career points.
Meanwhile, Duggan is just 10 assists shy of reaching 100 career assists. She currently has 74 goals and 90 assists for 164 career points. Knight rounds out the UW's active members of the 100-point club with 74 goals and 60 assists for 134 career points.
The Badgers have had 15 players reach 100 career points, led by Sara Bauer's (2003-06) 80 goals and 138 assists for 218 career points. Bauer is the only Badger to have achieved over 200 points in her career.
Former Badgers Meghan Hunter (177), Erika Lawler (174), Kendra Antony (159), Jinelle Zaugg (156), Angie Keseley (141), Sis Paulsen (130), Kerry Weiland (124), Meaghan Mikkelson (115), Jasmine Giles (109) and Sharon Cole (105) join Duggan, Knight and Bauer to make up Wisconsin's all-time century club.