Seniors Gabe Valenzuela and Erik Brown both entered RIT's matchup against American International two points short of the century mark. By the end of regulation, both had reached that prestigious peak.

Valenzuela scored twice while Brown tallied goals and two assists in a 6-3 Tigers win.

"We didn't talk to each other about it," said Valenzuela. "We just went out there and played and he got his in the first period and I got mine in the second so it's nice to have that moment with someone else too."

Since making the move to Division I in 2005, the RIT program now has had 12 players reach the career 100-point mark.

"It's quite an accomplishment for them," said Head Coach Wayne Wilson. "I think they start off a little slow their freshman year then they move up and their points go up. They're different in how they get their points. Erik is more of a goal scorer and Gabe would rather pass it. They've played together, which is a little unusual for four years." 

The Tigers won both games at AIC last weekend, extending their unbeaten streak to five games. They're currently fourth in the Atlantic Hockey standings. 

"Obviously the main priority is to make a push for the championship and then to the NCAA tournament and make a push for the National Championship," said Brown. "That's where our minds are at. As a team to work our way up the standings and be playoff ready when that time comes and be at our best come playoff time."

RIT visits Bentley for a pair of games this weekend.