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LEADERS: NCAA Division I Women's Scorers
October 22nd, 2008 8AM

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Michigan State freshman Laura Heyboer maintained her lead in points (44) and goals (18) among NCAA Division I women's scorers. For all the NCAA Division I leaders ...

Points Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G-A-P
1. Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 18-8-44
2. Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 17-7-41
3. Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 17-5-39
3. Casey Nogueira, North Carolina 17-5-39
5. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.)  11-16-38
6. Hailey Beam, Charlotte 13-11-37
7. Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 17-2-36
8. Kamryn Koch, McNeese St. 15-5-35
9. Jade West, Ark.-Pine Bluff 13-7-33
10. Nicole Parks-Powell, Ark.-Pine Bluff 13-6-32
10. Taryn Hemmings, Denver  13-6-32

Goals Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G
1. Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 18
2. Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 17
2. Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 17
2. Casey Nogueira, North Carolina 17
2. Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 17

Assists Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL A
1. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 16
2. Malorie Rutledge, LSU 14
3. Erin Hardiman, Villanova 13
4. Sarah Friedman, Penn 12
4. Lauren Alwine, Virginia 12
4. Gina DeMaio, Rutgers 12

Goalies Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL GAA
1. Ashley Thompson, UCLA 0.140
2. Libby Stout, Western Ky.  0.248
3. Kira Maker, Stanford 0.276
4. Kelsey Davis, Portland 0.284
5. Kristin Russell, St. John's 0.288



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