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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (April 10)

Loyola Maryland junior attackman Pat Spencer (pictured against Navy on March 17) tied the Patriot League record for all-time assists with his 142nd helper in the No. 10 Greyhounds' 16-10 victory over then-No. 17 Lehigh on Saturday.
Loyola Maryland junior attackman Pat Spencer (pictured against Navy on March 17) tied the Patriot League record for all-time assists with his 142nd helper in the No. 10 Greyhounds' 16-10 victory over then-No. 17 Lehigh on Saturday. (Paul W. Gillespie / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

Here's a look at the numbers that defined the last week in men's college lacrosse.

2 – Goals scored by No. 15 Notre Dame in Saturday's 8-2 loss to No. 5 Duke. The Blue Devils last allowed so few goals on April 16, 2005, when they walloped Virginia, 17-2.

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18 – Consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season games No. 12 Virginia had lost before Saturday's 15-12 win at North Carolina. It marked the Cavaliers' first victory against a league opponent since March 1, 2014, when they defeated Syracuse, 17-12.

31 – Consecutive games with a goal for North Carolina senior attackman Chris Cloutier. What had been the second-longest active streak in Division I came to an abrupt end when he finished scoreless on four shots in Saturday's loss to Virginia.

101 – Ground balls collected this spring by Jacksonville's Hunter Forbes. With 13 more in Saturday's 13-12 win against Air Force, the senior faceoff specialist became the first player in program history to reach the century mark in a single season.

142 – Career assists for No. 10 Loyola Maryland junior attackman Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin). After finishing with three assists in Saturday's 16-10 victory at No. 18 Lehigh, Spencer tied Army West Point's Tim Pearson's Patriot League record for assists in a career.

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