Top-Scoring Freshmen (thru 11/12 games) 

(note that a Top Freshmen page is being added to the CS360 "Top Players" section)


There are six freshmen in all of Division I women's soccer who have totaled 30-plus points this season – and four of them still are playing, as members of teams that qualified for the 2009 NCAAs: BYU's Carlee Payne (35 pts; 13G-9A), Boston College's Victoria DiMartino (32; 14G-4A), Denver's Kaitlin Bast (31; 12G-7A) and Southeastern Louisiana's Maiya Cooper (13G-4A).


All numbers below include the NCAA first-round games on Nov. 12.


(note: research courtesy of CollegeSoccer360.com)


NATIONAL FRESHMAN POINT LEADERS  (bold = in 2009 NCAAs)

Pts – G-A ....... Player (team ... games played)

49 – 21G-7A ... Morgan Marlborough  (Nebraska ... 20 GP)

35 – 14G-7A ... Devin Petta  (Northeastern ... 18 GP)

35 – 13G-9A ... Carlee Payne  (BYU ... 23 GP)

32 – 14G-4A ... Victoria DiMartino  (Boston College ... 20 GP)

31 – 12G-7A ... Kaitlin Bast  (Denver ... 23 GP)

30 – 13G-4A ... Maiya Cooper  (Southeastern Louisiana ... 18 GP)

28 – 11G-6A ... Becca Smith  (Chattanooga ... 16 GP)

28 – 9G-10A ... Kirby Zak  (Sam Houston State ... 21 GP)

27 – 13G-1A ... Dawn Ward  (Texas Tech ... 20 GP)

26 – 9G-8A ..... Tiana Kallenberger  (George Mason ... 20 GP)

25 – 8G-9A ..... Skye Schultz  (UTEP ... 20 GP)

24 – 11G-2A ... Lisa Underwood  (IPFW ... 17 GP)

24 – 9G-6A ..... Nichole Schiro (Loyola, MD .. 22 GP)

23 – 7G-9A ..... Christine Nairn  (Penn State ... 19 GP)

23 – 7G-9A ..... Colleen Williams  (Dayton ... 21 GP)

22 – 9G-4A ..... Ashlee Cootu  (Old Dominion ... 20 GP)

22 – 8G-6A ..... Caitlin Dingle  (Kennesaw State ...16 GP)

22 – 9G-4A ..... Caitlin Cahalan  (Siena ... 17 GP)

21 – 10G-1A ... Maddy Elder (Clemson ... 18 GP)

21 – 6G-9A ..... Whitney Berry (Kansas ... 22 GP)

21 – 6G-9A ..... Kylie Louw (Stephen F. Austin ... 20 GP)

20 – 9G-2A ..... Kara Blosser (North Carolina State ... 18 GP)

20 – 8G-4A ..... Linda Ruutu (Connecticut ... 19 GP)

21 – 8G-4A ..... Chelsea Small (Idaho) ... 19 GP)

20 – 8G-4A ..... Shadein Mars  (Jackson State ... 15 GP)

20 – 8G-4A ..... Karly Dagys  (Southeastern Louisiana ... 16 GP)

20 ... 7G-6A ... Brittany Neumann (Creighton ... 21 GP)


NATIONAL FRESHMAN GOAL LEADERS  (bold = in 2009 NCAAs)
21 – Morgan Marlborough  (Nebraska ... 20 GP) 14 – Devin Petta  (Northeastern ... 18 GP) 14 – Victoria DiMartino  (Boston College ... 20 GP)
13 – Maiya Cooper  (Southeastern Louisiana ... 18 GP)

13 – Dawn Ward  (Texas Tech ... 20 GP)

13 – Carlee Payne  (BYU ... 23 GP)

12 – Kaitlin Bast  (Denver ...23 GP)

11 – Becca Smith  (Chattanooga ...16  GP)

11 – Lisa Underwood  (IPFW ... 17 GP)

10 – Maddy Elder  (Clemson ...18 GP)

9 – Nicole Schiro  (Loyola, MD ... 22 GP)

9 – Caitlin Cahalan  (Siena ...17 GP)

9 – Kara Blosser  (North Carolina State ...18 GP)

9 – Tina Romagnuolo  (Syracuse ...18 GP)

9 – Meghan Fuller  (Hawaii Pacific ... 16 GP)

9 – Kirby Zak  (Sam Houston State ... 21 GP)

9 – Michelle Young  (North Texas ... 20 GP)

9 – Brittney Lyman  (Colorado College ... 20 GP)

9 – Tiana Hallenberger  (George Mason ... 20 GP)

9 – Ashlee Coutu  (Old Dominion ... 20 GP)

9 – Dani Benton (South Carolina State ... 20 GP)

9 – Erica Parks  (Boise State ... 23 GP)

8 – Shadein Mars  (Jackson State ...15 GP)

8 – Karly Dagys  (Southeastern Louisiana ...16 GP)

8 – Caitlin Dingle  (Kennesaw State ... 16 GP)

8 – Linda Ruutu (Connecticut ... 19 GP)

8 – Tabitha Padgett (UNC Greensboro ... 20 GP)

8 – Andrea Meloff (Tennessee Tech ... 22 GP)

8 – Kelly Conheeney (Virginia Tech ... 21 GP)

8 – Yosselyn Aguilar (Prairie View ... 18 GP)

8 – Skye Schultz (UTEP ... 20 GP)

8 – Chelsea Small (Idaho ... 19 GP)

8 – Kelsie Sherfield (Grambling .. 19 GP)

 editor@collegesoccer360.com