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NCAA Division III Final Leading Goal Scorers
December 6th, 2007 8AM

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Brian Nord of Concordia (Wis.) and Natalie Lappe of Greenville are the 2007 NCAA Division III goal scoring champions.

NCAA DIVISION III MEN
1. Brian Nord, Concordia (Wis.) 30
2. Matt Mercer, Westminster (Mo.) 23
2. Stephan Zaech, St. Joseph's (N.Y.) 23
4. Mayer Nelson, Maritime 23
5. Patrick Masango, Maritime 21
5. Matt Trowbridge, Rose-Hulman 21
7. Drew Griffin, Piedmont 20
7. Kevin Fann, Webster 20
7. Michael Caro, Chris. Newport 20
7. Adam Rogers, St. Joseph's (N.Y.) 20
7. Scott Bukoski, Johns Hopkins 20

NCAA DIVISION III WOMEN
1. Natalie Lappe, Greenville 29
2. Brittany Yeggy, Thomas More 27
2. Taryne Lee, Wheaton (Ill.) 27
4. Ashley Cabral, Greensboro 26
4. Amanda Prawat, Wis.-Stevens Point  26
6. Janece Levien, Puget Sound 25
7. Jennifer Albuja, New Jersey City 24
7. Jillian DiRenzo, Eastern 24
7. Kelsey McClure, Webster 24
9. Michelle Carrocino, Rowan 23
9. Danielle Radlich, Medaille 23
9. Melida Alvarez, Wheaton (Mass.) 23



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