No. 9 RIT Defuses the Bombers to Move to 7-2

RIT outshot Ithaca, 39-23, scooped up 22 ground balls to the Bombers' 14 and won 13 of 19 faceoffs.

Mongelli opened all scoring four minutes into the game, but the Tigers netted four consecutive to close out the half.

Slawta found Long at 11:37 of the third to bring the game within two, but RIT recorded five straight and eight of the final 10 scores to power to its fourth straight victory over the Bombers.

Roles were reversed as Long assisted Slawta on a man-up goal at 9:11 of the fourth. Long then went unassisted in scoring Ithaca's final of the day at 6:37.

The Bombers will next travel to 21st-ranked St. John Fisher for a 1:00 p.m. contest on Saturday, April 14.

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