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Hagen finishes tied for fifth in Frauen-Bundesliga scoring
May 13th, 2013 8:33PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Former University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee star Sarah Hagen scored in Bayern Munich's 2-1 win at FFC Frankfurt to finish tied for fifth in scoring in Germany's Frauen-Bundesliga with 13 goals in 22 games. She now has 18 goals in 33 games with Bayern, which she joined in the winter of 2012.

Japanese star Yuki Ogimi won the scoring title with 18 goals for Turbine Potsdam.

Bayern finished fourth behind champion Wolfsburg, Turbine Potsdam and FFC Frankfurt.

Frauen-Bundesliga Leading Scorers:
18 Yuki Ogimi (Turbine Potsdam)
16 Conny Pohlers (Wolfsburg)
16 Mandy Islacker (Duisburg)
14 Lena Lotzen (Bayern Munich)
13 Kerstin Garefrekes (FFC Frankfurt)
13 Sarah Hagen (Bayern Munich)

-- With two games to play in France's Feminine Division, teenager Lindsey Horan has 14 goals for Paris St. Germain, putting her tied for sixth on the scoring charts.

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