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Big Ten sophomores share scoring lead
September 19th, 2012 4PM
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[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Two Big Ten sophomores -- Taylor Uhl (Minnesota) and Cloe Lacasse (Iowa) -- and Adriana Lucar of Central Arkansas lead the NCAA Division I women's ranks with 11 goals. Central Arkansas is first in scoring with an average of 3.67 goals a game. For the individual and team leaders ...

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, TEAM
11 Adriana Lucar, Central Arkansas
11 Taylor Uhl, Minnesota
11 Cloe Lacasse, Iowa
10 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
9 Stephanie DeVita, Furman
9 Ramey Kerns, ETSU
9 Amanda LeCave, Pepperdine
9 Mandy McCalla, Mississippi
9 Kristen Mewis, Boston College
9 Danielle Schulmann, Connecticut
9 Rafaelle Souza, Ole Miss
9 Jenn Wolfe, UNLV

Leading Offense
GPG TEAM
3.67 Central Arkansas
3.50 Duke
3.50 Middle Tennessee
3.44 Boston College
3.33 Mississippi
3.10 Navy
3.10 Iowa
3.00 Western Illinois
3.00 Washington State
3.00 Southeastern La.
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