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3. LEADING SCORERS: NCAA D1 Men & Women
October 24th, 2006 5:08AM

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MEN
G PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
19 Joseph Lapira, Notre Dame, Jr.
15 Charlie Davies, Boston College, Jr.
15 Steven Holloway, Monmouth, Sr.
15 Saidi Isaac, Winthrop, Jr.
14 Jarrod Smith, West Virginia, Sr.
14 Josh Trott, Holy Cross, Sr.
14 Jeffrey Gonsalves, Rhode Island, Sr.
13 Tommy Krizanovic, Jacksonville, Sr.
13 Riley O'Neill, Kentucky, Sr.
13 Juan Gaviria, St. Peter's, Jr.
13 Patrick Nyarko, Virginia Tech, Soph.
13 Joshua Okoampa, Wis.-Green Bay, Sr.
13 Braden Fleak, Wright St., Fr.

WOMEN
G PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
20 Kala Morgan, Middle Tenn., Soph.
17 Deana Everrett, West Virginia Soph.
16 Belinda Kanda, Alabama A&M Soph.
15 Michelle Enyeart, Portland, Fr.
15 Holly Grogan, Middle Tenn., Jr.
14 Brittany Bisnott, Niagara, Jr.
14 Kathryn Moos, Brown, Sr.
14 Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame Soph.
14 Mary Parker, Detroit, Sr.
13 Lauren Cheney, UCLA, Fr.
13 Stephanie Gartley, Niagara Soph.
13 Alberta Annan, Alabama A&M, Jr.
13 Stephanie Gross, Wis.-Green Bay, Sr.
13 Gina DiMartino, Boston College, Fr.


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