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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (May 8)

By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (May 8)
The Robert Morris men's lacrosse team mobbed Tyson Gibson after his goal with 10 seconds left in overtime lifted the Colonials to a 10-9 win against Saint Joseph's. Robert Morris will make its first NCAA postseason appearance. (Danny Wild / CSI Photo)

0 – Appearances by Robert Morris in the NCAA tournament. The Colonials broke the seal on Saturday by upsetting then-No. 20 Saint Joseph's, 9-8, in overtime in the Northeast Conference tournament final and earning the league's automatic bid to the NCAA postseason.

9 – Wins compiled by Detroit Mercy this season after Thursday's 12-9 victory over Monmouth in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament semifinal. The number of wins broke the school record of eight set by the 2015 squad, and the current group of Titans also set a program record with 248 points.

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12 – Victories collected by Georgetown this spring after winning a total of six games in the previous two seasons. The Hoyas defeated Denver, 8-3, on Saturday to capture the Big East tournament championship and will make their first appearance in the NCAA tournament since 2007.

150 – Career goals scored by Vermont's Ian MacKay after six goals in the America East tournament. The redshirt senior attackman eclipsed Craig Mygatt's school record of 148 goals.

1,129 – Career faceoffs won by Denver's Trevor Baptiste after going 25 of 36 with 14 ground balls in the Big East tournament. The senior faceoff specialist, who has won 71.9 percent (1,129 of 1,571) of his draws, passed Bryant's Kevin Massa (1,117) as the NCAA's all-time leader in faceoff wins.

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