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CORRECTED-NCAA Division I men's scoring leaders
September 21st, 2010 4:29PM

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[STATISTICS] Duke sophomore Ryan Finley, who has scored two hat tricks in five games, and Penn State's Corey Hertzog lead all NCAA Division I men with seven goals in games played through Sept. 19. For the national leading scorers ....

G PLAYER, YEAR
7 Ryan Finley, Duke, So.
7 Corey Hertzog, Penn St., Jr.
6 Austin Neil, Tulsa, Jr.
6 Stephen Baker, Penn, Fr.
6 Levi Houapeu, UMBC, Sr.
6 C.J. Sapong, James Madison, Sr.
6 Chris Wheeler, Mt. St. Mary's, Jr.
6 Juan Castillo, SMU, Fr.
5 Mamadou Doudou Diouf, Connecticut, Fr.
5 Simon Gomez, Duquesne, Fr.
5 Kay Banjo, Towson, Fr.
5 Will Bruin, Indiana, Jr.
5 Nicholas Keown-Robson, UCF, So.
5 Ryan Kinne, Monmouth, Sr.
5 Brian Ramsey, Oregon St., Sr.
5 John Sallhag, St. Francis (NY), Sr.
5 Babayele Sodade, UAB, Jr.
5 Josh Boemecke, San Jose St., Sr.
5 Mike Luttrull, Evansville, Sr.
(Statistics through games played Sept. 19.)



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