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NCAAINDIANAPOLIS --- The Tusculum College women’s soccer team is ranked among the nation’s leaders in several individual and team categories in this week’s edition of the NCAA Division II women’s soccer statistics announced NCAA officials Tuesday.

Tusculum moves to 24th in the nation in scoring offense this week after Danielle Tanner notched her SAC-leading 19th goal of the season against King (Tenn.) last Wednesday.

Tanner, a senior from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is once again ranked among the top 10 scorers in NCAA II, entering the week tied for ninth in points per match (2.59) and 10th in goals per match (1.118). The 5-7 forward is also tied for sixth in the nation with 19 goals and fifth in points (44).

Freshman midfielder Michelle Meade remains among the nation’s leaders in assists and assists per match, entering the week tied for 18th with nine helpers and tied for 30th with an average of 0.53 assists per contest.

Tusculum returns to the pitch on Wednesday when it travels to Charlotte, N.C. for a 6 p.m. match against Queens University of Charlotte.

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