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NCAA Division I Women's Statistical Leaders
November 27th, 2007 8AM
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Florida State's Mami Yamaguchi leads the NCAA Division I women's scoring charts with 62 points on 23 goals and 16 assists and has a shot at catching Texas A&M's Ashlee Pistorius, who leads the nation with 25 goals, and Notre Dame's Kerri Hanks, the assist leader with 18.

POINTS
1. *Mami Yamaguchi, Florida State 62
2. Ashlee Pistorius, Texas A&M 59
3. *Lauren Cheney, UCLA 55
4. *Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 44
5. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 43
5. Naira Crimiel, Jackson State 43

GOALS
1. Ashlee Pistorius
, Texas A&M 25
2. *Mami Yamaguchi, Florida State 23
3. *Lauren Cheney, UCLA 22
4. Naira Crimiel, Jackson State 18
5. Shannon Saxton, Boise State 17
5. Adele Letro, Utah 17
5. Caitlin Dingle, Kennesaw State 17
5. Claire Zimmeck, William & Mary 17
5. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 17

ASSISTS
1. *Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 18
2. Nicole Cavallaro, Fairfield 16
2. *Mami Yamaguchi, Florida State 16
4. *Michelle Enyeart, Portland 15
5. Ashley Fortune, Francis Marion 14



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