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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (March 6)

Senior attackman Danny Seibel, pictured against Yale on Feb. 17, has helped Villanova race to a 5-0 start for the first time in program history.
Senior attackman Danny Seibel, pictured against Yale on Feb. 17, has helped Villanova race to a 5-0 start for the first time in program history. (Villanova Athletics)

Here’s a look at some of the numbers that stood out in Division I men’s lacrosse over the past week.

4 – Goals freshman midfielder Tucker Dordevic scored in No. 6 Syracuse’s 12-11 upset of then-No. 4 Virginia on Sunday. It marked the highest total by a freshman in program history since rookie attackman Mike Leveille scored four times in a 17-6 demolition of Rutgers on April 16, 2005.

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4 – Goals No. 12 Army West Point has surrendered to opponents in the second quarter in five games this season. The Black Knights shut out Lafayette in that quarter in Saturday’s 13-4 rout.

Sunday’s win against Virginia propelled Syracuse men’s lacrosse to No. 6 in the latest Maverik media poll.

5-0 – 2018 record for No. 5 Villanova after Saturday’s 13-12 win against Delaware. It’s the first time in program history the Wildcats have opened a season with five straight victories.

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11 – Goals Cleveland State scored in Sunday’s one-goal loss to Canisius. The Vikings lost for the first time in five games over the past two years in which they had reached the 10-goal mark.

73 – Goals Monmouth senior attackman Bryce Wasserman has scored in his career. His only goal in Saturday’s 9-8 win against UMass Lowell with nine seconds left in regulation helped Wasserman overtake former teammate Chris Daly’s previous mark of 72 goals.

200 – Coaching wins on the Division I level that North Carolina’s Joe Breschi has after Saturday’s 9-8 decision over St. John’s. The Baltimore native and Loyola Blakefield graduate was 92-63 in 11 years at Ohio State and is 108-48 in 10 seasons with the Tar Heels.

The sophomore faceoff specialist one-upped Denver’s Trevor Baptiste, topping his 22-for-22 showing with a 24-for-24 performance with 22 ground balls in the No. 1 Great Danes’ 11-9 win against Cornell on Sunday.

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