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NCAA Division I Men's Statistical Leaders
November 27th, 2007 8AM

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Jamaican youth international O'Brian White has all but wrapped up the NCAA Division I men's scoring titles in points (45 and counting) and goals (19) and Connecticut teammate Mike Pezza leads the nation with 16 assists.

POINTS
1. *O'Brian White, Connecticut  45
2. Andre Akpan, Harvard 37
3. Anton Axelsson, Jacksonville 36
4. Jacek Przednowek, Robert Morris 34
5. Frank Patano, Butler  33
5. Alan McGreal, Canisius  33
5. Murphy Wiredu, St. Peter's 33
5. *Cody Arnoux, Wake Forest 33
5. *Phil Bannister, Loyola (Md.) 33

GOALS
1. *O'Brian White, Connecticut 19
2. Anton Axelsson, Jacksonville 16
3. Michael Ferguson, Loyola (Ill.) 15
3. Frank Patano, Butler 15
3. Jacek Przednowek, Robert Morris 15

ASSISTS
1. *Mike Pezza, Connecticut 16
2. *Simon Schoendorf, South Florida 13
2. *Patrick Murray, Furman 13
4. *Stephen King, Maryland 12
4. *Xavier Balc, Ohio State 12
4. Mick Galeski, Eastern Illinois 12
4. *Akeem Priestley, Connecticut 12



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