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Meghan Duggan
Meghan Duggan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Danvers, Mass.

High School:
Cushing Academy

Height:
5-9

Position:
Forward

Experience:
4V

Duggan's Career Statistics as of March 30, 2011

Season GP Goals Assists Pts Shots Shot % Pen.-Min. +/- PPG SHG GWG
2006-07 39 26 26 52 119 .218 17-34 +46 8 1 3
2007-08 38 20 23 43 143 .140 19-38 +24 5 1 2
2008-09 41 23 33 56 138 .167 19-38 +25 7 0 4
2010-11 41 39 48
87
178 .219 15-30 +69 11 3
6
Career 159 108
130 238 578 .187 70-140 +164 31 5
15

Duggan's Career WCHA Statistics as of March 30, 2011

Season GP Goals Assists Pts Shots Shot % Pen.-Min. +/- PPG SHG GWG
2006-07 26 17 17 34 83 .205 11-22 +29 6 0 2
2007-08 25 15 14 29 97 .155 13-26 +11 5 1 1
2008-09 28 14 14 28 95 .147 14-28 +11 4 0 4
2010-11 28 27
34 61 126 .214 10-20 +49 9 2 4
Career 107 73 79 152 401 .182 49-98 +100 24 3 11
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Meghan Duggan

Duggan missed the 2009-10 season while winning a silver medal with Team USA at the 2010 Olympic Games.

Honors: Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award winner (2010-11) ... RBK Hockey/AHCA Division I first-team All-American (2010-11) ... WCHA Player of the Year (2010-11) ... WCHA Scoring Champion (2010-11) ... WCHA Final Face-off All-Tournament Team (2010-11) ... NCAA Frozen Four Co-MVP and All-Tournament Team (2010-11) ... All-WCHA First Team (2007-08, 2010-11) ... All-WCHA Second Team (2006-07) ... All-WCHA Third Team (2008-09) ... All-WCHA Rookie Team (2006-07) ... WCHA Rookie of the Year (2006-07) ... team captain (2010-11) ... assistant captain (2008-09) ... three-time WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Dec. 2, 2008; Jan. 26, 2011; Feb. 16, 2011) ... five-time WCHA Rookie of the Week (2006-07) ... USCHO.com Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 23, 2006) ... Team's Jeff Sauer Most Dedicated Player award recipient (2010-11) ... two-time Team's Offensive Player of the Year (2010-11, 2007-08) ... Team's Rookie of the Year (2006-07)

UW Records: All-time leader in career points (238) and career plus/minus (+164) ... tied for program lead in career power-play goals (31) ... ranks second in career goals (108), assists (130), shots (578) and shorthanded goals (5) ... tied for fifth in career game-winning goals (15) ... ranks fourth in career penalties (70) ... ranks fourth (39 in 2010-11) and tied for eighth (26 in 2006-07) all-time for goals in a single season ... ranks first (87 in 2010-11) and 10th (56 in 2008-09) all-time for points in a single season ... tied for first (48 in 2010-11) all-time for assists in a single season ... tied for third (11 in 2010-11) and tied for ninth (8 in 2006-07) for power-play goals in a single season ... ranks first (+69 in 2010-11) and eighth (+46 in 2006-07) all-time for plus/minus ratings in a single season ... tied for first all-time with three shorthanded goals in a single season (2010-11) ... ranks fifth (178 in 2010-11) for shots in a single season ... tied for sixth all-time with six game-winning goals in a single season (2010-11)

2010-11: Played in all 41 games ... led the nation in points (87) ... second on the team and in the nation in goals (39) ... tied for the national lead in assists (48) ... team leader in power-play goals (11) and short-handed goals (3) ... team-best plus-69 plus/minus rating ... third on the team in shots (178) ... team captain ... recorded 57 points during a program-best 25-game point streak (Oct. 22-Feb. 4) ... recorded a nine-game goal streak (Oct. 30-Dec. 5) ... had 27 multi-point games on the year, including nine multi-goal games and 13 multi-assist games ... tallied six points against Ohio State (Oct. 22-23) ... scored the game-tying goal in 3-2 overtime win over Minnesota Duluth (Nov. 26) with 25 seconds remaining in regulation ... recorded career game-highs in points (5) and assists (4) against St. Cloud State (Dec. 11) ... had six points and set a career series-high in assists (5) against St. Cloud State (Dec. 10-11) ... tallied five points in back-to-back games against St. Cloud State (Dec. 11) and Northeastern (Jan. 1) ... combined for seven points in two games at Easton Holiday Showcase (Jan. 1-2) ... recorded 200th career point with three points against St. Cloud State (Jan. 14) ... scored second career hat trick against North Dakota (Feb. 11) ... added two goals in second game against North Dakota for career series-high five goals against the Fighting Sioux (Feb. 11-13) ... had two goals and five assists for seven points in series at Minnesota State (Feb. 18-19) ... scored two goals, including game-tying goal with 3:15 remaining, in WCHA Final Face-off championship against Minnesota (March 5) ... scored the game-winner against UMD (March 12) to advance to the NCAA Frozen Four ... recorded four points at the Frozen Four, including three points on one goal and two assists in a 3-2 win over Boston College (March 18) in the national semifinal ... attended 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival ... led U.S. Women's Select Team in scoring with five points at the 2010 Women's Four Nations Cup in St. John's N.L. where Team USA placed second ... attended the 2010 USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp (Dec. 26-31) at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn. ... won gold with U.S. Women's National Team at 2011 IIHF World Women's Championship in Zurich and Winterthur, Switzerland (April 16-25)

2009-10: Took a year off to compete in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games with the U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team where Team USA earned silver ... had four goals in the Olympics including two against China in the opening game of the tournament

2008-09: Played in all 41 games ... assistant captain ... scored 23 goals and notched 33 assists ... fourth on the team in points with 56 ... had a six-game point streak (Sept. 26-Oct. 11) ... had two eight-game point streaks (Nov. 15-Dec. 6 and Feb. 21-Mar. 22) ... named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (Dec. 2) after a four-point weekend against Minnesota State ... had 16 multi-point games including four multi-goal and seven multi-assist games

2007-08: Represented the U.S. in a three-game U-22 series between the U.S. and Canada ... tied for the team-lead in points (43) ... second on the team in goals (20) and assists (23) ... finished the season tied for 23rd in the nation with 1.13 points per game ... ranked third on the team with six power-play goals ... tied for sixth in the WCHA with 15 goals in conference games ... her 29 points (15 goals, 14 assists) in league play tied her for ninth place in the WCHA ... notched 15 goals and 13 assists for 28 points (1.56 ppg) in the last 18 games

2006-07: Second on the team with 52 points ... led the team's freshmen in scoring, notching 26 goals ... scored three game-winning goals ... also tallied 26 assists in 39 games ... recorded 16 multi-point games, seven multi-assist and six multi-goal games ... ranked third in the nation in points by rookies ... earned three consecutive WCHA Rookie of the Week honors, becoming the first Badger to ever win a conference award in three straight weeks ... tallied five WCHA weekly honors overall, the most ever by a UW player in a single season ... also named USCHO.com Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 23)

Prep: Attended Lake Placid Olympic Festival Camp U 16/17, 2003-04-05 ... three-year recipient of the Bette Davis award for the finest contribution to the advancement of athletics in her class ... all-around athlete participating at the varsity level in soccer, softball (Fr./So.), lacrosse (Jr./Sr.) ... soccer awards include offensive player award (Fr.), finest contribution to the sport (So., Jr.) ... softball awards include sportsmanship award (Fr.), team defensive player award (So.) ... four-year class president ... received 1888 award for highest academic average in the freshman class ... received award for exemplary scholarship, leadership, character and service junior year

Personal: Parents are Bob and Mary Duggan ... has sister Katelyn and brother Bryan ... roomed with former Badger Erika Lawler at Cushing Academy ... shoots right ... started skating at age three ... major is biology

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Career Game Highs as of March 30, 2011
Goals 3 (2X); MR vs. North Dakota, Feb. 11, 2011
Assists 5 vs. Northeastern, Jan. 1, 2011
Points 5 (3X); MR vs. St. Cloud State, Feb. 25, 2011
Point Streak 25 games, Oct. 22, 2010-Feb. 4, 2011
Career multi-point games 75
Career Series Highs as of March 30, 2011
Goals 5 vs. North Dakota, Feb. 11-13, 2011
Assists 5 (3X); MR at Minnesota State, Feb. 18-19, 2011
Points 7 (2X); MR at Minnesota State, Feb. 18-19, 2011

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