2 – Goals surrendered by Robert Morris in Saturday’s 12-2 rout of then-No. 18 Marquette. The Colonials tied their record for fewest goals allowed in a game to a current Division I opponent, a mark last set in a 10-2 victory over Wagner on Feb. 24, 2008.
7 – Consecutive wins No. 12 Vermont has collected to open the season, matching the 1984 squad for the best start in school history. Wednesday’s 17-14 win against Sacred Heart also helped the Catamounts tie the 1984, 1986 and 1993 teams for the longest winning streak in a season.
100 – Career points for Cornell sophomore attackman Jeff Teat in his 18th game. Teat became the fastest to reach the century mark among four-year players in program history.
100 – Division I coaching wins for Hofstra’s Seth Tierney after Saturday’s 12-6 upset of then-No. 9 North Carolina. Tierney, who is 100-66 in 12 years with the Pride, joined Howdy Myers and John Danowski as the only coaches in program history to accumulate 100 victories.
200 – Career points for Bucknell senior attackman Will Sands after a one-goal, three-assist effort in Saturday’s 12-4 victory over Holy Cross. Sands became the third player in school history to reach that mark, joining Chris Cara (249 points) and Pete Von Hoffman (220).