Here’s a look at some of the numbers that stood out in the NCAA women’s lacrosse quarterfinals:
2.75 — The average margin of victory in Saturday’s Division I quarterfinals was just 2.75 goals.
4 — All four teams in the Division I semifinals have a Tewaaraton Award finalist — Maryland’s Megan Whittle, Boston College’s Sam Apuzzo, North Carolina’s Marie McCool and James Madison’s Kristen Gaudian. Stony Brook’s Kylie Ohlmiller is also a finalist.
10 — Maryland advances to semifinals for the 10th straight time and 26th time overall. The Terps have won 13 NCAA championships including last year’s.
11 — Salisbury’s Allie Hynson scored with 11 seconds left to give the Sea Gulls a 9-8 win over Trinity and clinch a berth in the Division III final four for the 11th time in program history and the first time since they won the national championship four years ago.
18 — James Madison is headed to the final four for the first time in 18 years, the longest gap for any of the semifinalists. Maryland and Boston College advanced last year and North Carolina, two years ago.
100 — Navy’s Julia Collins scored her 100th career point in Saturday’s quarterfinal loss to Maryland, joining her twin sister Jenna and Kelly Larkin as the first trio in Navy history to hit the milestone in the same year.
498 — Stony Brook’s Kylie Ohlmiller completed her career with an NCAA record 498 points. Maryland’s Jen Adams held the previous record of 445 since 2001.