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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (April 17)

Mike Rastivo, a graduate student attackman for the Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team, became the program's all-time leader in goals after scoring four times in Saturday's thumping of Bryant.
Mike Rastivo, a graduate student attackman for the Saint Joseph's men's lacrosse team, became the program's all-time leader in goals after scoring four times in Saturday's thumping of Bryant. (Sideline Photos LLC)

Here's a look at some of the numbers that stood out over the past week in men's college lacrosse.

8 – Wins collected by Massachusetts after Saturday's 8-4 victory over Towson. That's the highest single-season win total for the program since 2012 when that squad won 15 consecutive games before falling to Colgate, 13-11, in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

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13 – Games without a win this season for NJIT. The Highlanders ended their drought on Saturday by disposing of Hampton, 15-8, to become the last team in Division I to enjoy its first victory this spring.

Senior midfielder Connor Kelly had four goals and four assists to lift the No. 1 Maryland men’s lacrosse team to an 11-10 win against No. 10 Rutgers on Sunday night.

122 – Career goals for Saint Joseph's Mike Rastivo after he scored four times in Saturday's 14-7 victory over Northeast Conference foe Bryant. The graduate student attackman broke the program's previous record of 120 goals set by Randy McNeill in 2001.

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132 – Career points for Richmond's Teddy Hatfield after he finished with four points on three goals and one assists in Saturday's 14-12 win against Southern Conference rival Jacksonville. The junior attackman passed J.P. Forester's previous school record of 130 points.

433 – Career faceoff wins for Bucknell's Jarett Witzal after going 16 of 23 in Friday's 15-6 thumping of Lafayette. The junior overtook the previous program record of 422 set by Jake Clarke in 2011.

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