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Final NCAA Men's Lacrosse statistics released

Final NCAA Men's Lacrosse statistics released

MEQUON, Wis. – Concordia University Wisconsin's men's lacrosse team finished its second year of competition ranked among the top-100 nationally in six statistical categories. The Falcons had the 17th best ranking in man-up offense, scoring on 38 percent of their opportunities.

CUW also ranked 63rd in scoring offense (10.19), 68th in points per game (15.69), 70th in winning percentage (.563), 81st in assists per game (5.5), and 97th in scoring margin (-0.06).

Individually, freshman Derek Brueske (Hopkins, Minn.) ranked 81st nationally with a 3.4 points per game average. In addition, sophomore Danny Dahms (Calgary, Alberta), sophomore Sam Wladyka (Winnipeg, Manitoba), sophomore Justin Krause (Hartland, Wis.), freshman Ben Sitek (Edina, Minn.) and sophomore Zack Davis (La Porte, Ind.) all ranked individually in the top 250 players.

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