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LEADERS: NCAA Division I Men's Scorers
December 10th, 2008 8AM
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With three assists in the 5-0 win over South Florida, Wake Forest's Cody Arnoux moved into second place behind Akron's Steve Zakuani in the race for the national scoring title. Arnoux, who trails Zakuani by five points, and Marcus Tracy are the only players among the top 10 leaders in points competing in the Men's College Cup.  For all the NCAA Division I leaders ...

(Players in Men's College Cup in bold.)

Points Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G-A-P
1. Steve Zakuani, Akron  20-7-47
2. Cody Arnoux, Wake Forest 17-8-42
3. Samson Malijani, Fairleigh Dickinson 18-5-41
4. Graciano Brito, Quinnipiac 18-3-39
4. Jamie Darvill, Loyola (Md.) 14-11-39
6. Chris Salvaggione, Charlotte 15-8-38
7. Doug Demartin, Michigan St. 17-3-37
7. Daniel Revivo, Winthrop 14-9-37
9. Mike Grella, Duke  14-8-36
10. Marcus Tracy, Wake Forest 13-10-36

Goals Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL G
1. Steve Zakuani, Akron 20
2. Graciano Brito, Quinnipiac 18
2. Samson Malijani, Fairleigh Dickinson 18
4. Conor Chin, San Francisco 17
4. Cody Arnoux, Wake Forest 17
4. Doug Demartin, Michigan St.  17
7. Quincy Amarikwa, UC Davis 15
7. Chris Salvaggione, Charlotte 15
7. Patrick Figueiredo, Adelphi 15
   
Assists Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL GAA
1. Corben Bone, Wake Forest 17

2. Eduardo Garcia, Butler 13
3. J.T. Noone, Temple 13
4. Alan McGreal, Canisius 12
5. Tom Irvin, Evansville 11
5. Josue Soto, Campbell 11
5. Dylan Curtis, UC Davis  11
5. Miguel DaSilva, Lipscomb 11
5. Jamie Franks, Wake Forest 11

Goalies Leaders
PLAYER SCHOOL GAA
1. Austin Harms, Harvard 0.431
2. Evan Bush, Akron  0.439
3. Matthew Brutto, Georgetown  0.446
4. Neal Kitson, St. John's  0.466
5. Zac MacMath, Maryland 0.493
6. Avery Steinlage, Michigan St. 0.495
7. Misha Rosenthal, Northwestern 0.504
8. Brian Holt, Creighton  0.487
9. Steve Clark, Oakland 0.535
10. Bryan Meredith, Monmouth 0.543



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