Navy women's lacrosse coach Cindy Timchal instructs her players from the sideline in the second half of a win over Ohio State on Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
Navy women's lacrosse coach Cindy Timchal instructs her players from the sideline in the second half of a win over Ohio State on Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. (Paul W. Gillespie / Capital Gazette)

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

2 — Stanford’s Galen Lew scored both game-winning goals as the Cardinal beat Southern California twice in eight days as the Cardinal took over sole possession of first place in the Pac-12. On Sunday, the freshman helped erase a two-goal Trojans lead in the second half en route to a 14-11 win. The previous Sunday, the Cardinal rallied from four goals down to win 12-11 on Lew’s goal in double overtime.

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11 — Maryland attacker Megan Whittle needs just 11 goals to break the Terps all-time record of 267 set by Jen Adams in 2001. The McDonogh graduate leads the No. 3 Terps in scoring with 43 goals (3.91 per game).

Women's lacrosse National Player of the Week (April 3): Julie Krupnick, Northwestesrn

Northwestern freshman goalie Julie Krupnick is The Baltimore Sun's women's lacrosse National Player of the Week for April 3, 2018 after making double digit saves in three games, including a double-overtime victory at then-No. 6 Penn.

54 — Loyola Maryland has the most efficient attack in the nation, scoring on 54 percent of its shots. The Greyhounds have scored 162 goals on 300 shots and are a good bit ahead of Boston College, which is hitting 49.7 percent of its shots.

55.4 — Mount St. Mary’s goalie Jillian Petito ranks third in the nation in save percentage, stopping 55.4 percent of the shots she’s faced. The junior from Ocean City is fifth in goals-against average, allowing 8.56 goals per game.

500 — Navy coach Cindy Timchal earned her 500th career victory with Saturday’s 19-7 win at Holy Cross. Timchal, in her 36th season, has 164 wins in 11 seasons in Annapolis after coaching nine years at Northwestern and 16 at Maryland. She became the first Division I coach to reach the milestone and the second after The College of New Jersey’s Sharon Pfluger won her 500th on March 24.

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