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LEADERS: NCAA Division I Women's Scorers
September 23rd, 2008 8:30AM

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Troy sophomore Jill Pinder, a transfer from Louisiana Tech, leads all goal scorers with 13 goals (including three straight hat tricks) and is tied for the lead in points (with Georgia State's Kay Harbrueger). For all the NCAA Division I goal and point leaders ...

Points Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G-A-P
1. Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 11-4-26
1. Jill Pinder, Troy  13-0-26
3. Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 9-6-24
4. Danielle Foxhoven, Portland 10-2-22
5. Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 10-1-21
6. Kamryn Koch, McNeese St. 9-2-20
6. Lauren Hill, Michigan St. 8-4-20
6. Elisabeth Redmond, Duke 8-4-20
6. Amanda Lathrop, Wyoming  6-8-20
10. Ashleigh Barone, Siena  8-3-19
10. Toni Marie Hudson, Georgetown 8-3-19
10. Kasey Langdon, Oklahoma St. 8-5-19
10. Lindsay Vera, North Carolina St. 7-5-19
10. Marcy Gans, Creighton  8-3-19

Goals Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G-A-P
1. Jill Pinder, Troy 13
2. Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 11
3. Danielle Foxhoven, Portland 10
3. Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 10
5. Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 9
5. Kamryn Koch, McNeese St. 9
6. Furtuna Velaj, Quinnipiac 8
6. Ashleigh Barone, Siena 8
6. Jordan Calhoun, TCU 8
6. Lauren Hill, Michigan St. 8
6. Toni Marie Hudson, Georgetown 8
6. Yolanda Odenyo, Oklahoma St. 8
6. Elisabeth Redmond, Duke 8
6.  Marcy Gans, Creighton 8
6. Brittney Steinbruch, Miami (Fla.) 8

Goalies Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G-A-P
1. Kristin Russell, St. John's 0.122
2. Ashley Thompson, UCLA 0.143
3. Lindsey Dare, Minnesota 0.199
4. Amy Johnson, Long Island  0.222
5. Kelsey Davis, Portland 0.248
   



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