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By the numbers for women's lacrosse (April 25)

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

1.7 — No. 2 Boston College’s Sam Apuzzo scored with 1.7 seconds left to edge No. 19 Syracuse, 13-12, on Thursday and secure a 17-0 regular season. The Eagles finished a perfect conference season for the first time, winning the Atlantic Coast Conference championship and the top seed spot for the tournament.

8.09 — Towson goalie Kiley Keating allows just 8.09 goals per game for the No. 6 Tigers, second best in Division I.

17.33 — Duke leads Division I with 17.33 draw controls per game thanks in large part to Olivia Jenner (McDonogh) winning 8.47 per game. Navy (17.13) and Maryland (16.50) rank second and third.

42 — Loyola Maryland has won 42 straight regular-season Patriot League games, the longest active in-conference winning streak in Division I. Massachusetts had won 61 straight Atlantic 10 games until Virginia Commonwealth ended that streak Sunday.

459 — Stony Brook’s Kylie Ohlmiller had eight points in Saturday’s win over UMBC and seven in Tuesday’s win over Penn State, giving the senior 459 for her career and breaking the Division I record of 445 set by Maryland’s Jen Adams in 2001. Ohlmiller also broke the career assists record with 231, surpassing the 224 set by Northwestern’s Hannah Nielsen in 2009.

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