Here's a look at some of the numbers that stood out over the past week in men's college lacrosse.
9 – Consecutive wins by Saint Joseph's after Saturday's 14-7 victory over Mount St. Mary's. The winning streak is the longest in program history, eclipsing the previous mark of eight, set in 2015.
10 – Wins this season by Robert Morris goalkeeper Alex Heger. Saturday's 15-5 victory at Wagner helped the junior set a school single-season record for wins by a goalie, breaking a tie with Sal Barcia (2009) and Charles Ruppert (2011), who had nine victories each.
53 – Assists this season by Bucknell's Will Sands after posting seven in Friday's 14-7 victory over Lehigh. Not only did the senior attackman eclipse David Dickson's single-season program record of 48, set in 2013, but he also now has 139 career assists, beating the previous record of 138 shared by Pete von Hoffmann (1979) and Chris Cara (2005).
54 – Assists this season by Princeton's Michael Sowers. With six helpers in Saturday's 15-10 victory at Harvard, the sophomore attackman broke a tie with Jon Hess (1997) and Ryan Boyle (2004) for the school's single-season record.
59 – Points this season for Boston University freshman attackman Chris Gray. With three goals and two assists in Friday's 9-4 win against Holy Cross, the Patriot League's Rookie of the Year overtook Cal Dearth's previous program record of 57 points, set last season.