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Marlborough and Hayes share lead
September 27th, 2011 5:58PM

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[SCORING CHARTS] In what is shaping up to be quite a scoring race, Morgan Marlborough (Nebraska) and Maya Hayes (Penn State) lead the NCAA Division I women's ranks in scoring with 15 goals apiece, but they face competition from several players. Texas A&M is the nation's highest-scoring team with an average of 3.92 goals a game. For the nation's leading scorers and leading offenses ...

(Statistics are through games played Sept. 25.)

LEADING SCORERS
G PLAYER, TEAM
15 Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska
15 Maya Hayes, Penn State
14 Laura Heyboer, Michigan State
13 Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee
13 Katie Stengel, Wake Forest
12 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
11 Tatiana Ariza, Austin Peay
11 Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame
11 Maegan Kelly, Marquette
10 Maiya Cooper, Southeastern La.
10 Katie Benz, California
10 Katrina Frost, Kennesaw State
10 Chloe LaCasse, Iowa
10 Nadia Link, Long Beach State
10 Tiffany McCarty, Florida State
10 Caroline Miller, Virginia
10 Olivia Stander, Michigan State
10 Annie Kunz, Texas A&M

LEADING OFFENSE
AVG. TEAM
3.92 Texas A&M
3.89 Southeastern La.
3.40 Stanford
3.18 Austin Peay
3.13 Wofford
3.10 California
3.00 Iowa
3.00 Nebraska
3.00 Stephen F. Austin
3.00 Virginia



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