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Stephen F. Austin tops offense list
October 25th, 2011 7:29PM

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[SCORING CHARTS] Led by freshman Chelsea Raymond, who has scored 17 goals, Stephen F. Austin leads the nation with 3.44 goals a game, ahead of Texas A&M and Stanford, the only other teams averaging more than three goals a game. Penn State sophomore Maya Hayes has pulled ahead in the scoring race, opening up a five-goal lead on Morgan Marlborough of Nebraska with 25 goals. For the nation's leading scorers and leading offenses ...

(Statistics are through games played Oct. 23.)

LEADING SCORERS
G PLAYER, TEAM
25 Maya Hayes, Penn State
20 Morgan Marlborough, Nebraska
19 Sarah Hagen, Milwaukee
18  Laura Heyboer, Michigan State
17 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
17 Chelsea Raymond, Stephen F. Austin
17 Melissa Henderson, Notre Dame
15 Tatiana Ariza, Austin Peay
15 Kelsey Haycook, La Salle
15 Becca Smith, Chattanooga
15 Vanessa DiBernardo, Illinois
15 Kristen Hamilton, Denver
15 Kelley Monogue, Texas A&M
15 Alexa Newfield, Georgia

LEADING OFFENSE
GPG TEAM
3.44 Stephen F. Austin
3.39 Texas A&M
3.18 Stanford
2.94 Southeastern La.
2.84 Penn State
2.78 Denver
2.65 Virginia
2.63 Marquette
2.58 Georgetown
2.56 Austin Peay
2.56 Memphis



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