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NCAA Division I women's scoring leaders
September 28th, 2010 5:27PM

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[STATISTICS] Christen Press had three goals in wins over Hawaii and Portland to take over the top spot among NCAA Division I women with 13 goals. She is within one goal of matching Sarah Rafanelli's Cardinal record for career goals (59). For the leading women's scorers ...

NCAA Division I Women's Leaders (Goals)
G PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
13 Christen Press, Stanford, Sr.
10 Alex Morgan, California, Sr.
10 Brittany Kindzierski, UTEP, So.
10 Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska, So.
10 Lindsey Ottavio, Longwood, So.
10 Rachel King, Louisiana Tech, Jr.
9 Kaity Mattsson, Nicholls State, Sr.
9 Marky Boyce, Charleston Southern Sr.
9  Britany Curry, Texas State, Sr.
9 Victoria DiMartino, Boston College, So.
9 Chelsea Klotz, South Florida, Jr.
9 Erin Adams, Morehead State, Sr.
9 Krista Lopez, Oklahoma State, Jr.
9 Rachel Nuzzolese, Wake Forest, Fr.
9 Ashleigh Shoughro, UNLV, Jr.
9 Katie Stengel, Wake Forest, Fr.
(Statistics are for games played through Sept. 26.)



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