Men's lacrosse by the numbers (March 2)

Check out the numbers that stood out this past week in men's lacrosse.

By the numbers

4 – Consecutive hat tricks by Richmond sophomore attackman Ryan Lee. After he posted three goals and two assists in the No. 12 Spiders' 9-2 win against then-No. 16 Marquette on Saturday, Lee became the first player in program history to score three goals or more in four consecutive games.

4-0 – Record for No. 5 Penn State after Saturday's 17-12 victory over Villanova. The Nittany Lions have opened a season with four consecutive wins for the first time since 1992.

100 – Victories by coach Bill Tierney in 128 games at co-No. 1 Denver. Tierney, who went 238-86 at Princeton, became the first coach in Division I history to reach the 100-win mark in 140 career games at two institutions.

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