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Uhl, Corboz and DeVita share scoring lead
October 17th, 2012 7:40PM

TAGS:  college women


[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Minnesota's Taylor Uhl joined Georgetown's Daphne Corboz and Furman's Stephanie DeVita at the top of the women's scoring charts with 16 goals apiece. Three players are one goal back at 15 and four players have 14. Penn State has edged ahead of Middle Tennessee as the nation's leading offense.

Note: Statistics for games played through Oct. 14.

Leading Scorers
16 Stephanie DeVita, Furman
16 Taylor Uhl, Minnesota
16 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown
15 Jen Hoy, Princeton
15 Ramey Kerns, ETSU
15 Laura Weinberg, Duke
14 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
14 Paige Goeglein, Middle Tenn.
14 Adriana Lucar, Central Arkansas
14 Jonelle Filigno,  Rutgers
13 Colleen Williams, Dayton
13 Jaclyn Dutton, Kent State
13 Jennifer Dominguez, Iowa State

Leading Offense
3.25 Penn State
3.19 Middle Tennessee
3.07 Dayton
3.00 Duke
2.81 Miami (Ohio)
2.76 Navy
2.69 Stanford
2.69 Princeton
2.69 Boston College
2.69 Marquette

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