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Thomas and Finley 1-2 in scoring
November 6th, 2012 6:32PM
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[COLLEGE GOLEADORES] Elon's Chris Thomas remains the leading scorer in the country with 22 goals. Notre Dame's Ryan Finley moved into second place with 18 goals. New Mexico has taken the lead with the nation's top offense (2.67 goals per game). For the nation's leading scorers ...

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, SCHOOL
22 Chris Thomas, Elon
18 Ryan Finley, Notre Dame
17 Daniel Haber, Cornell
16 Eriq Zavaleta, Indiana
14  Gyasi Zardes, CSU Bakersfield
13  Deshorn Brown, UCF
14 Steven Evans, Portland
14 Erik Hurtado, Santa Clara
14 Pete Caringi, UMBC
14 Devon Sandoval, New Mexico
13  Mamadou Doudou Diouf, Connecticut
13 Jason Johnson, VCU
13 Larry Ndjock, Loyola (Md.)
13 Taylor Morgan, George Mason
13 Luke Spencer, Xavier
13 Ashton Bennett, Coastal Carolina

Leading Scorers
G PLAYER, SCHOOL
2.67 New Mexico
2.59 Maryland
2.56 Xavier
2.53 Cornell
2.53 Coastal Carolina
2.44 Notre Dame
2.35 Tulsa
2.35 Dayton
2.24 Saint Louis
2.24 VCU



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