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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (March 20)

Ian MacKay, a redshirt senior attackman for the No. 16 Vermont men's lacrosse team, became the third player in school history to reach 200 points in his career when he scored two goals in a loss to No. 1 Albany on Saturday.
Ian MacKay, a redshirt senior attackman for the No. 16 Vermont men's lacrosse team, became the third player in school history to reach 200 points in his career when he scored two goals in a loss to No. 1 Albany on Saturday. (Vermont Athletics)

1 – Unbeaten teams in Division I after then-No. 12 Vermont and then-No. 13 Georgetown lost to No. 1 Albany and Drexel, respectively, on Saturday. The Great Danes will put their 6-0 record on the line against Canisius on Tuesday afternoon.

5 – Straight hat tricks High Point senior attackman Connor Robinson has registered – capped by his four-goal showing in Saturday’s 15-7 victory over Bellarmine. Robinson tied a program record for consecutive games with at least three goals shared by Dan Lomas and Matt Thistle.

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A look back at how the Division I men’s lacrosse teams from the state fared in action from this past week.

5-0 – Michigan’s record at home this season after Saturday’s 12-7 win against Marquette. The Wolverines are off to their best start at home in school history.

27 – Faceoff wins (out of 33 attempts) compiled by No. 12 Lehigh in Saturday’s 19-11 thrashing of Lafayette. That total is the highest recorded by a Division I team this season.

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201 – Career points for redshirt senior attackman Ian MacKay after a two-goal outing in No. 16 Vermont’s 21-5 loss to No. 1 Albany on Saturday. MacKay became the third player in program history to reach 200 points, joining Scott Montgomery (283 points) and Craig Mygatt (241).

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