By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (Feb. 21)

Here’s some of the numbers that stood out this past week in men’s college lacrosse:

3 – No. 16 Syracuse was held to only three goals by No. 2 Albany, which cruised, 15-3. That marked the fewest goals scored by the Orange since March 9, 1991, when that squad was beaten by North Carolina, 10-3.

4 – Danny Seibel’s fourth goal Saturday was the winner in overtime in No. 7 Villanova’s 10-9 victory over No. 11 Yale. As a junior, the attackman’s fourth goal beat Maryland in overtime, 13-12, on March 18, 2017.

12 – No. 20 Colgate ended a 12-game losing streak against Cornell with a 14-11 win Saturday. It marked the Raiders’ first home victory over the Big Red since 1964, when that squad waltzed to a 12-4 rout.

14 – Goals High Point scored against reigning NCAA champion Maryland on Saturday. Although the No. 3 Terps scored 16 to improve to 3-0, the 14 goals were the most given up by the program in a regular-season game since John Tillman became coach in 2011.

22 – Sophomore goalkeeper Alec Van de Bovenkamp made 22 saves in Furman’s 17-13 loss to Sacred Heart on Saturday at Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Field. The 22 stops are the most in a Division I game this season.

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