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Lucar puts Central Arkansas on top of charts
September 25th, 2012 7:14PM
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[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Peruvian transfer Adriana Lucar leads the nation with 14 goals -- including three hat tricks -- for Central Arkansas. The Bears lead the nation with average of 3.80 goals a game. They are 5-0 with 31 goals in five games against teams from the SWAC, the nation's weakest conference. For the individual and team leaders ...

Note: Statistics for games played through Sept. 23.

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, TEAM
14 Adriana Lucar, Central Arkansas
12 Ramey Kerns, ETSU
11 Taylor Uhl, Minnesota
11 Cloe Lacasse, Iowa
10 Stephanie DeVita, Furman
10 Mandy McCalla, Mississippi
10 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
9 Jen Hoy, Princeton
9 Tiffany Cameron, Ohio State
9 Amanda LeCave, Pepperdine
9 Christine Nairn, Penn State
9 Laura Weinberg, Duke
9 Becky Kaplan, Maryland
9 Kristen Mewis, Boston College
9 Danielle Schulmann, Connecticut
9 Rafaelle Souza, Mississippi
9 Jenn Wolfe, UNLV

Leading Offense
GPG TEAM
3.80 Central Arkansas
3.50 Middle Tennessee
3.40 Duke
3.10 Penn State
3.00 Navy
3.00 Western Illinois
3.00 Boston College
2.92 Iowa
2.91 Mississippi
2.90 Miami (Ohio)



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