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PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Fifteen of the its 18 skaters recorded at least a point as No. 1 RIT recorded its highest goal total in four years, upending Chatham 13-1 on Saturday afternoon.

Sophomore defenseman Kristina Moss and junior Ali Hills led the way offensively with career-highs of four points on a goal and three asissts apiece. Senior Sarah Dagg tallied a goal and two assists to move into second at RIT with 137 career points. She now has 55 goals and 82 assists in 94 career games.

Kim Schlattman and Katie Stack tallied a goal and two assists each, while Megan Kobar tallied twice and added an assist, and Kolbee McCrea  scored twice. Traci Galbraith, Erin Zach, Kourtney Kunichika and Kylie Mazzetta also scored for RIT. Tenecia Hiller recorded three assists, while Ariane Yokoyama and Danielle Read dished out a pair of assists.

RIT (16-0-0, 9-0-0 ECAC West) scored six times in the first period, four in the second and three in the third. The Tigers out-shot Chatham 57-10.

Freshman goaltender Laura Chamberlain moved to 11-0-0, stopping nine shots in the win.

Kaitlynn Smith made 44 saves for Chatham (0-7-0, 0-7-0 ECAC West). Paige Dunlap scored the Cougars lone goal in a 4-on-4 situation midway through the third period to spoil the shutout.

RIT was 1-for-7 with the man-advantage and scored its seventh shorthanded goal of the season. RIT held Chatham scoreless in six attempts with the man-advantage.

The Tigers have out-scored their opponents 103-14 this season and lead the nation in goals per game (6.44).

RIT last scored 13 goals in a 13-0 win over St. Michael's on Jan. 27, 2007.