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By the numbers for women's lacrosse (May 15)

Here’s a look at some of the numbers that stood out over the first weekend of the NCAA women’s lacrosse tournament:

7 — Florida came from behind for the seventh time this season, recovering from a 5-0 deficit against Colorado for 13-9 victory in Sunday’s second round.

8— Northwestern’s Selena Lasota and Sheila Nesselbush scored eight goals each in the Wildcats’ 21-17 win over Towson on Sunday. They were each 4-for-4 on free-position attempts.

26:41 — Stony Brook took a 10-goal lead on Penn 26:41 into Sunday’s game and built the lead to 16 goals en route to an 18-3 victory.

70Maryland won its 70th NCAA tournament game with Sunday’s 15-4 victory over Denver. The Terps’ 34 tournament appearances are also an NCAA record, as well as their 13 championships.

82 — Jenna Collins (River Hill) set a Navy single-season record with 82 goals after scoring five in the Midshipmen’s 19-15 win over Loyola Maryland on Sunday.



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