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LEADERS: NCAA Division I Women's Scorers
December 2nd, 2008 8AM



Cynthia Morote-Ariza of Loyola (Ill.) and Milwaukee's Sarah Hagen remain the NCAA Division I women's leaders in points and goals, respectively, but they can be overpassed by North Carolina's Casey Nogueira and Notre Dame's Keri Hanks, who will be competing in the Women's College Cup. For all the NCAA Division I leaders ...

(Players still active in bold.)

Points Leaders
1. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 18-19-55
2. Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 24-6-54
2. Casey Nogueira, North Carolina 23-8-54
4. Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 19-15-53
5. Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 21-9-51
6. Kamryn Koch, McNeese St. 21-8-50
7. Jade West, Ark.-Pine Bluff 17-13-47
7. Hailey Beam, Charlotte 17-13-47
9. Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 18-7-43
9. Christen Press, Stanford 16-11-43

Goals Leaders
1. Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee  24
2. Casey Nogueira, North Carolina 23
3. Kamryn Koch, McNeese St. 21
3. Laura Heyboer, Michigan St. 21
5. Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 19
6. Kay Harbrueger, Georgia St. 18
6. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.) 18
7. Hailey Beam, Charlotte  17
7. Jade West, Ark.-Pine Bluff  17
7. Taryn Hemmings, Denver 17

Assists Leaders
1. Cynthia Morote-Ariza, Loyola (Ill.)  19
2. Malorie Rutledge, LSU 18
3. Sarah Friedman, Penn 15
3. Kerri Hanks, Notre Dame 15
5. Erin Hardiman, Villanova 14
5. Nicole Moyen, Evansville 14
5. Lauren Alwine, Virginia  14
5. Teresa Rynier, James Madison 14
5. Kasey Langdon, Oklahoma St. 14
Goalies Leaders
1. Ashley Thompson, UCLA 0.215

2. Kira Maker, Stanford  0.302
3. Kelsey Lysander, Notre Dame 0.393
4. Kelsey Davis, Portland  0.407
6. Kerri Butler, West Virginia  0.420
5. Libby Stout, Western Ky. 0.426
6. Kristin Russell, St. John's 0.442
7. Lindsey Dare, Minnesota 0.454
8. Kelsey Kearney, UNC Greensboro 0.481
9. Alyssa Pont, Princeton  0.501
10. Mckenzie Olson, BYU 0.503

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