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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (May 1)

9 – Assists totaled by Mount St. Mary’s Brenden McCarthy in Saturday’s 16-3 whipping of Wagner. The sophomore attackman tied Greg Tolker’s school record for assists in a game and broke the program’s Division I record of seven set by Casey Larkin against Ohio State in a 15-11 win on March 28, 1991.

30-34 – Goals and assists for High Point’s Asher Nolting after a two-goal, five-assist showing in Saturday’s 13-7 victory over Mercer. The freshman attackman became the first player in program and Southern Conference history to reach 30 goals and 30 assists in a single season.

56, 83 – Assists and points this spring for Princeton’s Michael Sowers after his two-assist, four-point showing in Saturday’s 14-8 upset of No. 9 Cornell. The sophomore attackman broke the school’s single-season record for points that he set last year with 82 points and owns the mark for most assists in a season.

93 – Career wins accumulated by Ohio State coach Nick Myers after Saturday’s 10-7 upset of then-No. 9 Rutgers. Myers passed Joe Breschi for the most coaching victories in program history.

1956 – The last time Yale had completed a perfect record in the Ivy League. The No. 1 Bulldogs handled Harvard, 16-8, on Saturday to cap a 6-0 mark in the conference.

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