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Chattahoochee High alumna wins NCAA lacrosse scoring championship
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August 28, 2013 12:24 PM | 1762 views | 0 0 comments | 20 20 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Transylvania University women’s lacrosse attacker and Chattahoochee High School alumna Aubrey Bausum has been named the NCAA Division III Statistical Champion for goals per game, marking the first time in Division III history a first-year women’s lacrosse program has crowned a statistical champion in the category.

“It means a great deal for me to be recognized at a national level on a first-year team and a lot to be awarded this as a freshman,” Bausum said. “This will make me work harder every year now that I know what I am capable of achieving. It also shows that first-year teams should not be underrated.”

The Alpharetta native is only the sixth freshman to receive the goals per game statistical award in any of the three NCAA divisions. Bausum scored 61 goals over 10 games, calculating to 6.1 goals per contest.

Bausum also finished tenth nationally in the statistical category of points per game, with 6.4. Bausum’s head coach, Haley Marvine, is also an alumna of Chattahoochee.

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