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By the numbers for women's lacrosse (May 8)

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

2 — Navy won the Patriot League for the second year in a row by avenging its regular-season loss to Loyola Maryland. The Midshipmen, who went on to the NCAA final four last season, won 17-10 Sunday.

5 — Five teams from Maryland advance to the NCAA Division I tournament. Maryland is the No. 1 seed, Towson is No. 7 and Loyola Maryland, No. 8. Navy and Johns Hopkins also made the 27-team field.

6— Maryland is the No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament for the sixth straight season. The defending champion Terps have won 13 NCAA titles, including three of the past five.

8 — Maryland’s Megan Whittle scored a career-high eight goals in Sunday’s 21-12 Big Ten Conference championship victory over Penn State. The Terps all-time leading scorer, Whittle (McDonogh) was named the Big Ten tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

16 — Salisbury won its 16th straight Capital Athletic Conference championship Saturday, 12-7 over Mary Washington. The Sea Gulls advanced to the NCAA Division III tournament for the 19th time.



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