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Kerns and DeVita join Corboz on top of charts
October 9th, 2012 5:08PM

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[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Georgetown's Daphne Corboz is now joined by Ramey Kerns (ETSU) and Stephanie DeVita (Furman) as the leader in the women's ranks with 15 goals. Big Ten powerhouse Penn State and Middle Tennessee are tied for the nation's top offense with an average of 3.29 goals a game. For the individual and team leaders ...

Note: Statistics for games played through Oct. 7.

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, TEAM
15 Ramey Kerns, ETSU
15 Stephanie DeVita, Furman
15 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown
14 Adriana Lucar, Central Arkansas
14 Laura Weinberg, Duke
13 Taylor Uhl, Minnesota
13 Jaclyn Dutton, Kent State
12 Colleen Williams, Dayton
12 Amelia Pereira, Hartford
11 Zakiya Bywaters, UCLA
11 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
11 Paige Goeglein, Middle Tennessee
11 Tesa McKibben, Saint Francis (Pa.)
11 Christine Nairn, Penn State
11 Cloe Lacasse, Iowa
11 Jennifer Dominguez, Iowa State

Leading Offense
GPG TEAM
3.29 Penn State
3.29 Middle Tennessee
3.14 Duke
3.08 Dayton
3.00 Memphis
2.93 Miami (Ohio)
2.88 Navy
2.86 Central Arkansas
2.73 Georgetown
2.71 Marquette



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