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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (March 13)

By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (March 13)
Hofstra men's lacrosse coach Seth Tierney, pictured here coaching against Towson in April, collected his 100th coaching victory Saturday, becoming the third coach in Pride history to reach that level. (Kim Hairston / Baltimore Sun)

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.

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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).

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