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NCAA Division I women's scoring leaders
October 19th, 2010 5:12PM
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[STATISTICS] Charleston Southern senior Marky Boyce took over the scoring lead among NCAA Division I women with 19 goals, one more than Christen Press of No. 1 Stanford has. For the national leading scorers ...

G PLAYER, SCHOOL, YEAR
19 Marky Boyce, Charleston Southern, Sr.
18 Christen Press, Stanford, Sr.
16 Lindsey Ottavio, Longwood, So.
16 Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska, So.
14 Alex Morgan, California, Sr.
13 Ashleigh Shoughro, UNLV, Jr.
13 Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee, Jr.
13 Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame, Jr.
13 Katie Stengel, Wake Forest, Fr.
13 Colleen Williams, Dayton, So.
12 Victoria DiMartino, Boston College, So.
12 Meghan Lenczyk, Virginia, Sr.
12 Beth Lloyd, Central Conn. State, Sr.
12 Kaity Mattsson, Nicholls State, Sr.
12 Tesa McKibben, St. Francis (Pa.), So.
12 Krista Lopez, Oklahoma State, Jr.
12 Lisa Kevorkian, Boston U., Sr.
12 Chelsea Small, Idaho, So.
12 Rachel King, Louisiana Tech, Jr.



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  1. Joann Bak
    commented on: October 19, 2010 at 8:50 p.m.
    There is one missing from your list -- Lisa Kevorkian from Boston University has 12 goals through Sunday's action. She is a grad student who previously played at Cal.

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