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LEADERS: NCAA Division I Women's Scorers
November 19th, 2008 8AM

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Cynthia Morote-Ariza of Loyola (Ill.) and Milwaukee's Sarah Hagen remained 1-2 in points among NCAA Division I women's players, but Casey Nogueira will have a chance to overtake them when North Carolina plays in the third round of the NCAA Division I Women's Tournament. For all the NCAA Division I leaders ...

(Players in bold still playing.)

Points Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G-A-P
Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 18-19-55
Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 24-6-54
Casey Nogueira, North Carolina 22-8-52
Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 21-9-51
Kamryn Koch, McNeese St.  21-8-50
Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 18-13-49

Goals Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G
Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee  24
Casey Nogueira, North Carolina 22
Kamryn Koch, McNeese St. 21
Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 21
Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 18
Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 18
Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 18
  
Assists Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL A
Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.)  19
Malorie Rutledge, LSU 18
Sarah Friedman, Penn 15
Erin Hardiman, Villanova 14
Nicole Moyen, Evansville 14
Lauren Alwine, Virginia 14
Teresa Rynier, James Madison 14
Kasey Langdon, Oklahoma St. 14
 
Goalies Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL GAA
Ashley Thompson, UCLA 0.196

Kelsey Davis, Portland 0.298
Kira Maker, Stanford 0.330
Libby Stout, Western Ky. 0.426
Kelsey Lysander, Notre Dame  0.432



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