By the numbers for women's lacrosse (April 17)

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

5 — Salisbury, No. 1 in Division III, rallied from five goals down with eight minutes left to beat No. 10 Mary Washington, 11-10, on Saturday. The Sea Gulls (13-0) scored seven goals in 6:49. Emma Skoglund’s game-winner came with 1:48 left to run their Capital Athletic Conference winning streak to 137 games.

11.93 — No. 6 Towson ranks fifth in Division I with 11.93 caused turnovers per game. Olivia Conti (2.57) and Tianna Wallpher (2.36) ran in the top 11 individually.

16 — No. 2 Boston College has the longest active winning streak in Division I at 16-0. The Eagles have clinched a share of their first regular-season Atlantic Coast Conference championship and can win it outright with a victory over Syracuse on Thursday.

270 — Maryland’s Megan Whittle broke the Terps’ all-time goal-scoring record 44 seconds into Sunday’s 20-5 win at Ohio State. The McDonogh graduate has scored 270 goals, surpassing 267 scored by Jen Adams, a record that stood for 17 years.

300 — Stony Brook’s Courtney Murphy became the first Division I player to score 300 goals after adding six in a 20-6 win over New Hampshire on Sunday.

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