Detroit sets man-up offense mark, eclipsing N. Carolina's record
INDIANAPOLIS -- It was a record-setting year for Detroit as the Titans officially set the standard for man-up offense with the release of the final 2014 NCAA statistics on Tuesday.
Detroit broke North Carolina's 29-year old record in man-up offense efficiency (.586) as Titans dominated the mark, scoring at a .708 clip -- converting on 34 of 48 opportunities. In 1985, when the Tar Heels claimed the record, they were 41-of-70 in 13 games.
In conference play alone, Detroit was 12 of 16 (.750) and that didn't include its 2-for-2 total in the MAAC championship semifinals. Detroit scored at least three man-up goals in six games on the year.
Six players contributed to the 34 man-up goals, led by Shayne Adams' school-record 14, while Alex Maini had seven, Mike Birney netted six, Brandon Beauregard and Scott Drummond had three apiece and Tom Masterson came away with one.
Final 2014 Men's Lacrosse Statistics