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Syracuse women's lacrosse head coach Gary Gait gestures on the sidelines in the first half against Loyola in 2017.
Syracuse women's lacrosse head coach Gary Gait gestures on the sidelines in the first half against Loyola in 2017. (Kim Hairston / Baltimore Sun)

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

0 — Syracuse has yet to win an Atlantic Coast Conference game, going 0-4 after Saturday's 15-14 double-overtime loss to Virginia Tech. Three losses have come by one goal — two in overtime. At 8-6, the Orange has played nine ranked teams.

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1 — Salisbury rose to No. 1 in the Interscholastic Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Division III poll this week. The Seagulls (12-0) are winning by more than seven goals per game and holding opponents to just 6.6 per game overall.

.568 — Mount St. Mary's leads Division I in team save percentage with goalie Jillian Petito playing every minute. The Mountaineers rank fifth in scoring defense, allowing 8.73 goals per game.

100 — Three Towson players have scored their 100th career goal this season — Emily Gillingham, Kaitlyn Montalbano and Carly Tellekamp. Natalie Sulamonte needs one more to reach the milestone.

296 — Stony Brook's Courtney Murphy broke the Division I record for career goals Thursday and now has 296. The record of 289 set by Temple's Gail Cummings stood for 30 years.

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