As a junior, Maryland midfielder Katie Schwarzmann finished her 2012 campaign tied for second in the nation in total goals with 72. She appeared in all 23 games while recording a goal in each game. She was seventh in the country with 94 total points and was named Midfielder of the Year and All-American. Schwarzmann scored three goals in Maryland's semifinals loss versus eventual national champion Northwestern. She was named 2012 ACC Offensive Player of the Year and ACC Championship Most Valuable Player after netting a tournament-record 11 goals in a three-game span.
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Quinnipiac senior attacker enters the 2013 season as the defending assists champion with a nation-leading 64 helpers in 2012. Appearing in just 15 games as a junior, Allen averaged a nation-best 4.27 assists per game. The second-best mark trailed her by nearly a full point (3.47). She finished 36th in the country with 68 total points and 12th in points per game (4.53).
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In just her sophomore season, Syracuse attacker Alyssa Murray led the nation with 74 total goals and 105 total points.  Appearing in all 23 games, Murray is quickly climbing up the Orange record books as she already ranked in the top 10 in all-time points, assists and goals. She set the single-game program record for goals in a game with eight against Boston College in the 2012 season opener. Murray scored four or more goals in nine games and posted five or more points in 12 games. She led the national runner-up Orange in scoring in the NCAA tournament with 13 points.
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Appearing in 21 games, Florida goalkeeper Meagher compiled a 16-3 record in games she started. She allowed only 125 goals while recording 145 saves – good enough for a nation-leading .537 saves percentage. Her percentage was .035 better than any other goalkeeper in the nation. She also led all goalies with a 7.04 goals against average. She became just the third goalie to lead the country in both saves percentage and goals against average since the NCAA began recording statistics in 1996. Meagher was named 2012 C. Markland Kelly IWLCA, and 2012 Goalie of the Year.
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Senior attacker Claire Peterson finished 2012 ranked second in the nation with 59 assists and a Stony Brook-record 101 points in 17 games played. She also recorded 42 goals on the season. Peterson was given America East Player of the Year honors after breaking the conference record for points in conference games (42).
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As a junior, UC Davis attacker Elizabeth Datino was seventh ranked in the nation with 47 assists in 16 games played. She was fourth in the country with 2.94 assists per contest. Along with her 54 goals, she was tops in the nation with 6.31 points per game and tied for second with 101 points. With 76 career assists, Datino is just five shy of a UC Davis program record.
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Appearing in 19 games, junior goalkeeper Caroline Federighi recorded a .502 saves percentage as she allowed 140 goals to go along with 141 saves. Her 141 saves is ranked third in Oregon single-season history. Federighi’s single-season goals against average of 9.15 is ranked first in program history. In 917-plus minutes of work, she compiled a 14-4 record in goal in 2012.
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California attacker Megan Takacs was second in the nation with 4.08 goals per game a season ago. She appeared in just 13 games as a junior in 2012 but found the net 53 times. She finished ninth in the country in points per game (4.62) and draw controls per game (4.85). Takacs was also given 2012 MPSF Player of the Year honors.
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