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Bennett beats out Mattocks for title
December 21st, 2011 6:19PM

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[SCORING CHARTS] Coastal Carolina's Ashton Bennett beat out fellow Jamaican Darren Mattocks of Akron for the NCAA Division I men's scoring title. Bennett, a junior, finished with 23 goals, two more than Mattocks, who has left the Zips to sign a contract with MLS. For the 2011 scoring leaders ...

G PLAYER SCHOOL CLASS
23 Ashton Bennett Coastal Caro. Jr.
21 Darren Mattocks Akron So.
19 Mark Sherrod Memphis So.
18 Gyasi Zardes Cal St. Bakersfield So.
18 Chandler Hoffman UCLA Jr.
17 Luis Silva UC Santa Barbara Sr.
17 Andrew Wenger Duke Jr.
17 Luigi Clendening Ga. Southern Sr.
17 Casey Townsend Maryland Sr.
16 Yannick Smith Old Dominion Jr.
16 Dom Dwyer South Fla. Jr.
16 Billy Schuler North Carolina Jr.
15 McKauly Tulloch UCF So.



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