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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (March 27)

Craig Chick, a junior long-stick midfielder for the No. 17 Lehigh men's lacrosse team who is from Edgewater and graduated from South River, recently became the Mountain Hawks' all-time leader in caused turnovers.
Craig Chick, a junior long-stick midfielder for the No. 17 Lehigh men's lacrosse team who is from Edgewater and graduated from South River, recently became the Mountain Hawks' all-time leader in caused turnovers. (Courtesy photo)

103 – Career turnovers caused by Lehigh junior long-stick midfielder Craig Chick after forcing seven takeaways against then-No. 18 Hofstra and Navy last week. The Edgewater resident and South River graduate overtook Tripp Telesco (97) as the school’s all-time leader in caused turnovers.

154 – Career points on 101 goals and 53 assists for senior attackman Jack Wilson after a three-goal effort in Boston University’s 12-8 victory at Lafayette on Saturday. Wilson became the program’s all-time leading scorer and the first player to score 100 goals.

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300 – Career victories for No. 7 Notre Dame coach Kevin Corrigan after Sunday’s 9-8 decision over Ohio State. Corrigan, who is 300-150 in 32 years of coaching, has compiled the fourth-most wins among active Division I coaches, trailing only Duke’s John Danowski (391), Denver’s Bill Tierney (387) and Bryant’s Mike Pressler (355).

1,018 – Career faceoff wins for No. 3 Denver senior Trevor Baptiste after going 21-of-24 in Saturday’s 11-10 overtime victory over Towson. Baptiste, who won at least 20 faceoffs for the 20th time in his career, became the third player in Division I history to win 1,000 wins, joining Bryant’s Kevin Massa (1,117) and Delaware’s Alex Smith (1,027).

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1938 – The last time Syracuse had won a game at Duke. That changed on Saturday when the No. 10 Orange upended the then-No. 3 Blue Devils, 15-14, ending a five-game losing skid in Durham, N.C.

The senior attackman for the Harvard men’s lacrosse team accrued six goals and 12 assists in two games, including a program- and Division I-high 13 points against Boston University a week ago.

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