MADISON -- Defenseman Justin Schultz's four points paced the Wisconsin men's hockey squad Friday, in a 6-3 triumph over RIT. Schultz, a junior from West Kelowna, British Columbia, produced a pair of goals to go along with two assists, in front of a boisterous Kohl Center crowd. With his four-point night, Schultz became the first Badgers defenseman since Brian Rafalski in 1994-95 to go over 100 career points. Schultz now has 11 goals on the year for the Badgers, who improved to 8-9-2 overall Friday. Wisconsin sophomore Mark Zengerle also extended his scoring streak to 18 games, the second longest in school history. RIT, a member of Atlantic Hockey, fell to 10-7-2 on the season.