Highlighted by attackers from teams including Duke, Albany, Syracuse and Denver, here are the top 31 individual career goal leaders since the first NCAA championship tournament in 1971.
Duke has fielded not only some of the most prolific goal scorers in Division I men's lacrosse history, but the all-time top three scorers are all former Blue Devils.
Check out the full list below:
Justin Guterding, Duke (2015-18), 75 games — 212 goals
Zack Greer, Duke (2005-08), 67 games — 206 goals
*Though his Division I career finished off in 2008 after four years at Duke, Greer was given eligibility to play a fifth season at Bryant, a reclassifying institution, during the 2009 season.