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Thomas and Haber pull away
October 17th, 2012 7:53PM

TAGS:  college men


[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Elon's Chris Thomas and Cornell's Daniel Haber are 1-2 in the men's scoring race with 17 and 16 goals, respectively. No. 1 Maryland and No. 13 Cornell are tied for nation's leading offense with averages of 2.92 goals a game. For the individual and team leaders ...

Note: Statistics for games played through Oct. 14.

Leading Scorers
17 Chris Thomas, Elon
16 Daniel Haber, Cornell
12 Eriq Zavaleta, Indiana
11 Gyasi Zardes, CSU Bakersfield
11 Steven Evans, Portland
11 Erik Hurtado, Santa Clara
11 Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina
11 Ryan Finley, Notre Dame
10 Cristian Mata, Tulsa
10 Joshua Patterson, Duquesne
10 Bernardo Ulmo, Radford
10 David Geno, ETSU
10 Sagi Lev-Ari, Cal State Northridge

Leading Offense
2.92 Cornell
2.92 Maryland
2.71 Coastal Carolina
2.62 High Point
2.62 Oakland
2.55 Old Dominion
2.54 Tulsa
2.42 Akron
2.38 Elon
2.36 Notre Dame

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