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ETSU's Kerns opens up lead
October 31st, 2012 5:51AM

TAGS:  college women


[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Ramey Kerns of East Tennessee State has opened up a two-goal lead over Taylor Uhl (Minnesota) and Stephanie DeVita (Furman) in the women's scoring race with 21 goals. Penn State is the nation's leading offense with an average of 3.16 goals a game. For the individual and team leaders ...

Note: Statistics for games played through Oct. 28.

Leading Scorers
21 Ramey Kerns, ETSU
19 Taylor Uhl, Minnesota
19 Stephanie DeVita, Furman
18 Tiffany Cameron, Ohio State
17 Jen Hoy, Princeton
17 Colleen Williams, Dayton
17 Tesa McKibben, Saint Francis (Pa.)
16 Daphne Corboz, Georgetown
15 Rachel Tejada, Illinois State
15 Jaclyn Dutton, Kent State
15 Laura Weinberg, Duke

Leading Offense
3.16  Penn St.
3.00 Middle Tenn.
2.94 Dayton
2.83 Marquette
2.81 Princeton
2.74 Duke
2.67 Stanford
2.67 Stephen F. Austin
2.55 Miami (Ohio)
2.55 Navy

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