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By the numbers for men’s lacrosse (May 22)

Senior attackman Ben Reeves (2) became the Yale men's lacrosse team's single-season leader in points thanks to six in Saturday's 8-5 win against Loyola Maryland in an NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal.
Senior attackman Ben Reeves (2) became the Yale men's lacrosse team's single-season leader in points thanks to six in Saturday's 8-5 win against Loyola Maryland in an NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal.(Steve Musco / Yale Athletics)

33 – Goals this spring scored by Maryland attackman Logan Wisnauskas to tie Joe Walters for the second-highest total by a freshman in program history. The Sykesville resident and Boys’ Latin graduate — who had two goals and two assists in the top-seeded Terps’ 13-8 victory over Cornell in an NCAA Division I tournament quarterfinal Sunday — has also accrued 47 points to tie Mike Mollot in 2000 for third in the school’s freshman history.

102 – Points compiled this spring by Yale’s Ben Reeves. With six points in the third-seeded Bulldogs’ 8-5 win against No. 6 seed Loyola Maryland in Saturday’s quarterfinal, the senior attackman passed former attackman Jason O’Neill’s previous single-season record of 99 points set in 1990.

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Highly touted freshman Bubba Fairman has emerged for a Maryland men's lacrosse team in need of an offensive infusion.

341 – Faceoffs won this spring by Albany’s TD Ierlan. With a 15-of-30 performance against Denver senior and Tewaaraton Award finalist Trevor Baptiste in the second-seeded Great Danes’ 15-13 win in Saturday’s quarterfinal, the sophomore faceoff specialist established an NCAA Division I single-season record for faceoff wins, overtaking the mark of 339 set by Duke’s Brendan Fowler in 2013.

2004 – The last time a senior class at Duke had finished four years of eligibility without making a trip to the national semifinals. The 2018 senior class avoided that dubious distinction by helping the fourth-seeded Blue Devils defeat No. 5 seed Johns Hopkins, 14-9, in Sunday’s quarterfinal.

2005 – The last time the top four seeds advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Division I tournament as No. 1 Johns Hopkins, No. 2 Duke, No. 3 Maryland and No. 4 Virginia played on championship weekend. On Saturday, No. 1 Maryland, No. 2 Albany, No. 3 Yale and No. 4 Duke will clash for the right to march on to Monday’s title game.

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