NCAA Division I men's lacrosse records

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NCAA Division I men's lacrosse records listed here are primarily records compiled by the NCAA's Director of Statistics office.

Included in this consolidation are the NCAA men's Division I individual single-season and career leaders. Official NCAA men's lacrosse records did not begin until the 1971 season and are based on information submitted to the NCAA statistics service by institutions participating in the weekly statistics rankings, which started in 1996. Career records include players who played at least three seasons (in a four-season career) or two (in a three-season career) in Division I during the era of official NCAA statistics. In statistical rankings, the rounding of percentages and/or averages may indicate ties where none exist. In these cases, the numerical order of the rankings is accurate.

Also included here are pre-NCAA records, college lacrosse records from prior to 1971. Compiling and validating lacrosse records prior to the "NCAA-era" is hit-or-miss. In many cases, USILA records can be gathered from a university's own record books. To date, the NCAA does not officially recognize lacrosse records prior to 1971 as well as several records during the NCAA era, and the USILA does not maintain a database of lacrosse records.

Certain USILA era lacrosse records, nonetheless, have been included below. In other cases, career or single-season records are indicated below, where the NCAA has not validated or officially recognized that record, for players during the "NCAA-era", post-1971.

Career leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Player Team Years Games Goals Assists Points
Lyle Thompson Albany 2012–15 70 175 225 400
Connor Fields Albany 2015–18 69 199 165 364
Rob Pannell Cornell 2009–13 72 150 204 354
Matt Danowski Duke 2004–08 80 170 183 353 [a]
Zack Greer Duke / Bryant 2005–08 / 2009 82 248 105 353 [b]
Justin Guterding Duke 2015–18 76 212 139 351
Joe Vasta Air Force 1983–86 56 173 170 343
Tim Nelson NC St. / Syracuse 1982 / 1983–85 57 99 221 320
Dylan Molloy Brown 2014–17 63 197 121 318
Darren Lowe Brown 1989–92 61 111 205 316
Ben Reeves (lacrosse) Yale 2015-18 67 174 142 316
Chris Cameron Lehigh 1986–89 55 122 186 308 [c]
Mike Powell Syracuse 2001–04 66 150 157 307
Tony Asterino Siena 1978–81 47 168 136 304
Jordan Wolf Duke 2011–14 81 184 120 304
Mike French Cornell 1974–76 47 191 105 296
Miles Thompson Albany 2011–14 61 190 105 295
Casey Powell Syracuse 1995–98 58 158 129 287
Ryan Powell Syracuse 1997–00 61 137 150 287
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1983–86 54 78 205 283
Tim O’Hara Syracuse 1977–80 56 124 158 282
Stan Cockerton North Carolina St. 1977–80 44 193 87 280
Jeff Spooner Massachusetts 1974–77 53 134 141 275
Randy Colley Notre Dame 1992–95 55 173 100 273
Brian LaMastro Hartford 1999–02 61 140 129 269
Steele Stanwick Virginia 2009–12 69 126 143 269
John Zulberti Syracuse 1986–89 60 109 158 267
Jim McAleavey Massachusetts 1988–91 57 95 171 266
Pat Spencer Loyola 2016- 51 100 166 266
Connor Cannizzaro Maryland / Denver 2014 / 2015–17 69 171 88 259
Tom Marechek Syracuse 1989–92 58 182 76 258
Matt Rambo Maryland 2014–17 75 155 102 257
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975–77 46 92 164 256
Wesley Berg Denver 2012–15 73 188 67 255
Kieran McArdle Saint John's 2011–14 56 125 129 254
[a] Granted a fifth season of eligibility
[b] Zach Greer's career points mark of 353 points is not officially recognized by the NCAA. Greer was granted a fifth season of eligibility and Bryant was considered a reclassifying institution that year. The NCAA lists Greer's career points as 285, though he scored 42 goals with 26 assists for 68 points in 2009, for a total of 353 career points.
[c] Lehigh records have Cameron with 308 career points, while NCAA record book shows Cameron with 307 career points.

Points per game[edit]

Player Team Years Games Goals Assists Points PPG
Tony Asterino Siena 1978–81 47 168 136 304 6.47
Stan Cockerton North Carolina St. 1977–80 44 193 87 280 6.36
Mike French Cornell 1974–76 47 191 105 296 6.30
James Trenz Penn State / Cornell 1971–72 / 1974 34 117 94 211 6.21
Joe Vasta Air Force 1983–86 56 173 170 343 6.13 [a]
Dennis Fink Drexel 1976–78 35 80 126 206 5.89
Tim Goldstein Cornell 1987–88 29 46 122 168 5.79
Lyle Thompson Albany 2012–15 70 175 225 400 5.71
Tim Nelson NC St. / Syracuse 1982 / 1983–85 57 99 221 320 5.61
Jack Thomas Johns Hopkins 1972–74 40 103 121 224 5.60
Chris Cameron Lehigh 1986–89 55 122 185 307 5.58
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975–77 46 92 164 256 5.57
John Grant, Jr. Delaware 1998–99 32 96 81 177 5.53
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1983–86 53 78 205 283 5.34
Connor Fields Albany 2015–18 69 199 165 364 5.28
Jeff Spooner Massachusetts 1974–77 53 134 141 275 5.18
Darren Lowe Brown 1989–92 61 111 205 316 5.18
Frank Urso Maryland 1973–76 41 130 79 209 5.10 [a]
Tom Baldwin Siena 1978–81 47 142 96 238 5.06
Dylan Molloy Brown 2014–17 63 197 121 318 5.05
Tim O’Hara Syracuse 1977–80 56 124 158 282 5.04
Jimmy Lewis Navy 1964–66 34 78 91 169 4.97 [a]
Randy Colley Notre Dame 1992–95 55 173 100 273 4.96
Casey Powell Syracuse 1995–98 58 158 129 287 4.95
Rob Pannell Cornell 2009–13 72 150 204 354 4.92
Pete von Hoffmann Bucknell 1976–79 45 82 138 220 4.89
[a] Not recognized by the NCAA

Goals[edit]

Player Team Years Games Goals
Zack Greer Duke / Bryant 2005–08 / 2009 82 248 [a]
Justin Guterding Duke 2015–18 74 209
Max Quinzani Duke 2007–10 78 199
Connor Fields Albany 2015–18 69 199
Dylan Molloy Brown 2014-17 63 197
Stan Cockerton North Carolina St. 1977–80 44 193
Gary Gait Syracuse 1987–90 56 192
Mike French Cornell 1974–76 47 191
Miles Thompson Albany 2011–14 61 190
Merrick Thomson Albany 2004–07 65 188
Wesley Berg Denver 2012–15 73 188
Jordan Wolf Duke 2011–14 81 184
Terry Riordan Hopkins 1992–95 56 184
Tom Marechek Syracuse 1989–92 58 182
Brody Eastwood Stony Brook 2013–16 66 182
Sam Englehart Washington and Lee 1970–73 53 180 [b]
John DiMento Air Force 1987–90 62 176
Lyle Thompson Albany 2012–15 70 175
Jordan McBride Stony Brook 2008–11 60 175
Jeff Reh Adelphi 1987–90 53 175
Ben Reeves Yale 2015-18 68 174
Randy Colley Notre Dame 1992–95 55 173
Joe Vasta Air Force 1983–86 56 173
Cort Knodel Canisius 1994–97 58 172
Connor Cannizzaro Maryland / Denver 2014–17 69 171
Matt Danowski Duke 2004–08 80 170
Tony Asterino Siena 1978–81 47 168
Joseph Radin Marist 2013–16 63 166
Doug Knight Virginia 1994–97 60 165
Peter Baum Colgate 2010–13 61 164
[a] Zach Greer's career goals of 248 are not officially recognized by the NCAA, because Greer was granted a fifth season of eligibility and Bryant was considered a reclassifying institution. The NCAA lists Justin Guterding as the career goals leader with 209 goals. Greer scored 42 goals in 2009 for Bryant.
[b] Not recognized by the NCAA

Goals per game[edit]

Player Team Years Games Goals GPG
Stan Cockerton North Carolina St. 1977–80 44 193 4.39
Mike French Cornell 1974–76 47 191 4.06
Brooks Sweet Massachusetts 1978–79 27 106 3.93
Tony Asterino Siena 1978–81 47 168 3.57
Oliver Marti Brown 1991–93 41 144 3.51
Jim Trenz Penn St. / Cornell 1971–72 / 1974 34 117 3.44
Gary Gait Syracuse 1987–90 56 192 3.43
Sam Englehart Washington and Lee 1970–73 53 180 3.40 [a]
Frank Garahan Massachusetts 1973, 1975 27 91 3.37
Jeff Reh Adelphi 1987–90 53 175 3.30
Terry Riordan Hopkins 1992–95 56 184 3.29
Jeff Miller Drexel 1974–77 46 147 3.20
Randy Colley Notre Dame 1992–95 55 173 3.15
Tom Marechek Syracuse 1989–92 58 182 3.14
Dylan Molloy Brown 2014–17 63 197 3.13
[a] Not recognized by the NCAA

Assists[edit]

Player Team Years Games Assists
Lyle Thompson Albany 2012–15 70 225
Tim Nelson NC St. / Syracuse 1982 / 1983–85 57 221
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1983–86 54 205
Darren Lowe Brown 1989–92 61 205
Rob Pannell Cornell 2009–13 72 204
Chris Cameron Lehigh 1986–89 55 186 [a]
Matt Danowski Duke 2004–08 80 183 [b]
Kevin Lowe Princeton 1991–94 57 174
John Howard Washington College 1952–55 173 [c]
James MacAleavy Massachusetts 1988–91 57 171
Joe Vasta Air Force 1983–86 56 170
Pat Spencer Loyola 2016- 51 166
Connor Fields Albany 2015-2018 69 165
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975–77 46 164
Ryan Boyle Princeton 2001–04 57 162
Tim Whiteley Virginia 1993–96 63 159
Tim O’Hara Syracuse 1977–80 56 158
John Zulberti Syracuse 1986–89 60 158
Mike Powell Syracuse 2001–04 66 157
Anthony DiMarzo Delaware 1992–95 58 153
[a] Lehigh record books show Cameron with 186 career assists while NCAA records have Cameron with 185.
[b] Granted a fifth season of eligibility
[c] Not recognized by the NCAA

Assists per game[edit]

Player Team Years Games Assists APG
Tim Goldstein Cornell 1987-88 29 122 4.21
Tim Nelson NC St. / Syracuse 1982; 1983-85 57 221 3.88
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1983-86 54 205 3.80
Dennis Fink Drexel 1976-78 35 126 3.60
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975-77 46 164 3.57
Chris Cameron Lehigh 1986-89 55 185 3.36
Darren Lowe Brown 1989-92 61 205 3.36
Kris Snider Virginia 1975-78 43 144 3.35
Pat Spencer Loyola 2016- 49 162 3.31
Jay Connor Virginia 1971-72 27 88 3.26
Lyle Thompson Albany 2012–15 70 225 3.21
Pete von Hoffmann Bucknell 1976-79 45 138 3.07
Jack Thomas Johns Hopkins 1972-74 40 121 3.03
Jim McAleavey Massachusetts 1988-91 57 171 3.00
Kevin Lowe Princeton 1991-94 60 174 2.90
Tony Asterino Siena 1978-81 47 136 2.89
Tom Aiello Adelphi 1989-92 52 150 2.88
Ryan Boyle Princeton 2001-04 57 162 2.84
Rob Pannell Cornell 2009-13 72 204 2.83
Tim O’Hara Syracuse 1977-80 56 158 2.82

Single-season leaders[edit]

Points[edit]

Player Team Year Games Goals Assists Points
Lyle Thompson Albany 2014 18 51 77 128
Lyle Thompson Albany 2015 19 52 69 121
Miles Thompson Albany 2014 18 82 37 119
Connor Fields Albany 2017 18 55 62 117
Dylan Molloy Brown 2016 18 62 54 116
Ben Reeves Yale 2018 20 62 53 115
Steve Marohl UMBC 1992 15 37 77 114
Lyle Thompson Albany 2013 17 50 63 113
Justin Guterding Duke 2018 20 66 47 113
Mike Rooney Stony Brook 2015 18 48 63 111
John Grant Jr. Delaware 1999 17 56 54 110
Joe Vasta Air Force 1986 17 33 75 108
Mike French Cornell 1976 16 65 40 105
Tim Nelson Syracuse 1984 16 36 67 103
Jordan Wolf Duke 2014 20 64 39 103
Darren Lowe Brown 1992 16 36 66 102
Rob Pannell Cornell 2013 18 47 55 102
Chet Nowak Air Force 1981 13 51 50 101
Tim Goldstein Cornell 1987 14 27 73 100
Jason O’Neill Yale 1990 18 26 73 99
George Paletta Jr. Holy Cross 1984 18 52 46 98
Bill Woolford Air Force 1975 9 51 47 98
Jim Weller Massachusetts 1981 15 62 36 98
Dennis Fink Drexel 1978 12 35 63 98
Mike French Cornell 1975 17 63 34 97
Jon Reese Yale 1990 18 82 15 97
Joe Vasta Air Force 1985 14 39 58 97

Points per game[edit]

Player Team Year Games Goals Assists Points PPG
Bill Woolford Air Force 1975 9 51 47 98 10.89 [a]
Dennis Fink Drexel 1978 12 35 63 98 8.17
Tony Asterino Siena 1980 11 47 42 89 8.09
Steve Marohl UMBC 1992 15 37 77 114 7.60
Tony Asterino Siena 1979 11 49 34 83 7.55
Tony Asterino Siena 1981 12 43 47 90 7.50
Tim Goldstein Cornell 1987 14 27 73 100 7.14
Kris Snider Virginia 1977 9 22 42 64 7.11
Lyle Thompson Albany 2014 18 51 77 128 7.11
Peter Cleary Marist 1986 13 47 45 92 7.08
James Trenz Penn St. 1972 10 42 28 70 7.00
Joe Vasta Air Force 1985 14 39 58 97 6.93 [a]
Stan Cockerton North Carolina St. 1979 11 51 25 76 6.91
Walter Bajkowski Drexel 1972 14 36 60 96 6.86 [a]
Mike French Cornell 1974 14 63 31 94 6.71
Brooks Sweet Massachusetts 1979 13 45 42 87 6.69
Lyle Thompson Albany 2013 17 50 63 113 6.65
Chris Cameron Lehigh 1986 14 40 53 93 6.64
Chet Nowak Air Force 1981 11 37 36 73 6.64
Miles Thompson Albany 2014 18 82 37 119 6.61
[a] Not recognized by the NCAA

Goals[edit]

Player Team Year Games Goals
Jon Reese Yale 1990 18 82
Miles Thompson Albany 2014 18 82
Mike McDonald Air Force 1978 13 74
John DiMento Air Force 1990 16 71
Gary Gait Syracuse 1988 15 70
Max Quinzani Duke 2010 19 68
Zack Greer Duke 2007 20 67
Peter Baum Colgate 2012 18 67
Connor Fields Albany 2015 19 66
Mike French Cornell 1976 16 65
Zack Greer Duke 2008 19 65
Don Swan Delaware 1951 13 65 [a]
Jordan Wolf Duke 2014 20 64
Mike French Cornell 1974 14 63
Mike French Cornell 1975 17 63
Justin Zackey Bucknell 1993 15 63
Kylor Bellistri Brown 2016 19 63
Ray Wood Washington College 1950 13 62 [a]
[a] Not recognized by the NCAA

Goals per game[edit]

Player Team Year Games Goals GPG
Bill Woolford Air Force 1975 9 51 5.66
Don Swan Delaware 1951 13 65 5.00 [a]
Ray Wood Washington College 1950 13 62 4.77 [a]
Gary Gait Syracuse 1988 15 70 4.67
Jon Reese Yale 1990 18 82 4.56
Miles Thompson Albany 2014 18 82 4.56
Mike French Cornell 1974 14 63 4.50
Tom Cleaver Maryland 1971 14 63 4.20
James Trenz Penn State 1972 14 63 4.20
Justin Zackey Bucknell 1993 15 63 4.20
Jim Weller Massachusetts 1981 15 62 4.13
Mike French Cornell 1976 16 65 4.06
Craig Mygatt Vermont 1985 13 50 3.85
James Ames Harvard 1995 13 49 3.77
Peter Baum Colgate 2012 18 67 3.72
Mike French Cornell 1975 17 63 3.71
Curtis Dickson Delaware 2010 17 62 3.65
Max Quinzani Duke 2010 19 68 3.58
Steve Mock Cornell 2013 17 60 3.53
Connor Fields Albany 2015 19 66 3.47
Zack Greer Duke 2008 19 65 3.42
James Trenz Cornell 1974 14 47 3.36
Zack Greer Duke 2007 20 67 3.35
Athan Iannucci Hofstra 2006 19 62 3.26
[a] Not recognized by the NCAA

Assists[edit]

Player Team Year Games Assists
Steve Marohl UMBC 1992 15 77
Lyle Thompson Albany 2014 18 77
Joe Vasta Air Force 1986 17 75
Tim Goldstein Cornell 1987 14 73
Jason O'Neill Yale 1990 18 73
Orville Wright Swarthmore 1953 10 72 [a]
Lyle Thompson Albany 2015 19 69
Tim Nelson Syracuse 1984 16 67
Darren Lowe Brown 1992 16 66
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975 17 65
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1984 14 65
Rick Handelman Brown 1980 13 65
Tim Nelson Syracuse 1985 16 64
Dennis Fink Drexel 1978 12 63
Ned Crotty Duke 2010 20 63
Lyle Thompson Albany 2013 17 63
Mike Rooney Stony Brook 2015 18 63
Connor Fields Albany 2017 18 62
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1976 16 61
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1986 14 61
[a] Not recognized by the NCAA

Assists per game[edit]

Player Team Year Games Assists APG
Dennis Fink Drexel 1978 12 63 5.25
Bill Woolford Air Force 1975 9 47 5.22
Tim Goldstein Cornell 1987 14 73 5.21
Steve Marohl UMBC 1992 15 77 5.13
Rick Handelman Brown 1980 13 65 5.00
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1984 14 65 4.64
Scott Montgomery Vermont 1986 14 61 4.36
Walter Bajkowski Drexel 1972 14 60 4.29
Lyle Thompson Albany 2014 18 77 4.28
Tim Nelson Syracuse 1984 16 67 4.19
Darren Lowe Brown 1992 16 66 4.13
Jason O'Neill Yale 1990 18 73 4.06
Tim Nelson Syracuse 1985 16 64 4.00
Jay Connor Virginia 1972 15 58 3.87
Fred Menna Massachusetts 1977 15 58 3.87
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1975 17 65 3.82
Eamon McEneaney Cornell 1976 16 61 3.81
Lyle Thompson Albany 2013 17 63 3.71
Lyle Thompson Albany 2015 19 69 3.63
Bobby Griebe Towson 1975 17 58 3.41

Most Wins and National Titles by a program[edit]

The NCAA does not officially recognize lacrosse records prior to 1971, and the USILA does not maintain a database of lacrosse records. USILA era lacrosse records, nonetheless, have been included below.

Current NCAA Division I lacrosse programs with 475 or more wins through 2017:

University Initial Season Total Seasons All-time Wins All-time Losses Total Games Winning Percent National Titles
Johns Hopkins 1883 130 970 329 1,315 .746 44
Syracuse 1916 97 895 340 1,235 .725 15
Maryland 1924 91 808 267 1,079 .752 12
Navy 1908 110 789 352 1,155 .691 17
Army 1907 100 781 381 1,152 .672 8
Hobart 1898 111 763 495 1,218 .604 16
Cornell 1892 125 745 476 1,246 .610 7
Princeton 1881 103 666 460 1,109 .591 12
Virginia 1925 85 621 359 955 .634 7
Rutgers 1887 93 606 503 1,039 .547 1
Yale 1881 98 596 506 1,107 .541 1
Harvard 1881 133 584 566 1,162 .508 13
Lehigh 1885 127 588 685 1,273 .462 10
Hofstra 1949 69 568 396 967 .589
Duke 1938 78 560 414 975 .575 3
Massachusetts 1954 64 533 298 834 .641
Penn State 1913 104 522 514 1,046 .504
Brown 1963 54 512 353 867 .592
Loyola 1938 78 508 400 905 .559 1
Delaware 1948 70 503 456 962 .525
Penn 1900 100 498 616 1,123 .446
North Carolina 1949 60 486 296 768 .621 5
Ohio State 1953 64 478 412 894 .537

Winningest coaches[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]