There’s no shortage of high-powered offenses throughout Division 1 women's soccer in New England.
Four of the region’s Division 1 programs are averaging more than two goals per game midway through the season. Leading the way is nationally-ranked Harvard with 2.62 goals per game. Not far behind are Maine and UConn at 2.22, while Brown is scoring 2.11 gpg.
Of course, where there are impressive offensive teams, there are star individuals finding the back of the net. A handful of forwards are racking up the goals, led by a junior in the America East Conference.
Here's a look at seven high-scoring forwards in New England this season.