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O'Hara takes scoring title
December 10th, 2009 9:15AM



[STATISTICS] Kelley O'Hara's final game at Stanford ended in disappointment as the Cardinal fell to North Carolina, 1-0, in the Women's College Cup championship and she was red-carded, but her goal in the semifinals against Notre Dame gave her the NCAA Division I goal scoring title to go along with her national lead in points. Cardinal teammate Christen Press shared the assists title. For all the women's statistical leaders ...

NCAA Women's Division I Leaders-Points
Kelley O'Hara, Stanford  26-13-65
Danielle Foxhoven, Portland 25-12-62
Christen Press, Stanford  21-16-58
Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee 24-5-53
Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska 21-7-49
Sydney Leroux, UCLA  23-2-48
Lauren Cheney, UCLA 17-10-44
Britany Curry, Texas St. 18-6-42
Jessica Price, Florida St. 16-10-42
Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame 18-5-41
Tiffany McCarty, Florida St.  17-7-41

NCAA Women's Division I Leaders-Goals
Kelley O'Hara, Stanford 26
Danielle Foxhoven, Portland  25
Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee  24
Sydney Leroux, UCLA 23
Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska 21
Christen Press, Stanford 21
Britany Curry, Texas State 18
Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame 18
Tiffany McCarty, Florida State 17
Lauren Cheney, UCLA 17

NCAA Women's Division I Leaders-Assists
Kate Megna, Milwaukee 16
Christen Press, Stanford 16
Teresa Rynier, James Madison  15
Leah Blayney, Central Conn. St. 13
Mariah Johnston, Denver 13
Kelley O'Hara, Stanford 13
Michelle Enyeart, Portland 12
Traci DePasquale, La Salle 12
Elisabeth Redmond, Duke 12
Kellie Walker, Western Ky. 12
Danielle Foxhoven, Portland 12
Sophie Schmidt, Portland 12

NCAA Women's Division I Leaders-GAA
Alyssa Whitehead, Samford  0.315
Katherine Boone, Dayton 0.406
Ashlyn Harris, North Carolina 0.416
Morie Kephart, Pittsburgh  0.464
Erin Guthrie, Rutgers  0.466
Mandi Mawyer, Texas St.  0.486
Natalie Kulla, Marquette  0.499
Kelsey Davis, Portland 0.500
Nikki Weiss, Notre Dame 0.507
Mollie Patton, South Carolina 0.516

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