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Cornell's Haber leads nation with 11 goals
September 25th, 2012 7:13PM

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[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Canadian Daniel Haber leads the nation with 11 goals in seven games, all wins, for Cornell, one of three unbeaten and untied teams in the country. High Point, another team with a perfect record, continues to lead the country with an average of 3.50 goals a game. For the individual and team leaders ...

Note: Statistics for games played through Sept. 23.

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, TEAM
11 Daniel Haber, Cornell
10 Chris Thomas, Elon
9 Sagi Lev-Ari, Cal St. Northridge
8 Tim Hopkinson, Old Dominion
8 Mamadee Nyepon, High Point
8 Jake Keegan, Binghamton
7 Steven Evans, Portland
7 Alex Hutchins, Wofford
7 Noah Sadoui, Saint Peter's
7 Devon Sandoval, New Mexico
7 Luke Spencer, Xavier
7 Eriq Zavaleta, Indiana
7 Adam Bedell, Detroit
7 Alex Martinez, N.C. State
7 Dylan Tucker-Gangnes, Washington
7 Gavin Falconer, Canisius
7 Javoni Simms, Hartford

Leading Offense
GPG TEAM
3.50 High Point
3.29 Maryland
3.14 Old Dominion
3.00 San Diego State
3.00 Oregon State
2.75 Tulsa
2.71 Cornell
2.67 Furman
2.63 George Mason
2.50 Dayton
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