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#NDLaxItaly • June 2, 2014

Jun 2, 2014, 5:14 PM EDT

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Monday, June 2, 2014

The Irish finished their third straight day of competition by defeating Team Italy 25-4 in a 10 a.m. match. Notre Dame led 6-1 after one period, 9-3 at halftime and 16-4 after three periods. The final day of the tournament was played under blue, sunny skies and 66-degree temperatures on an Italian governmental holiday, making for a three-day weekend.

Eddy Lubowicki had four goals, Matt Kavanagh had two of the first three goals plus two assists, and freshman Anthony Marini had four goals of his own.

Coach Kevin Corrigan used the occasion to take an early look at 2015, as he placed all the graduated seniors on the Italian team in the mixed roster contest. Ryan Mix scored two goals for the Italian squad and Ty Brenneman and John Scioscia also scored for Italy (Scioscia on a man-up chance)—while Kyle Ripp played the first two periods…

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