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.

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Final 2014 Men's Lacrosse Statistics