Week 10 of the women's soccer season marked the end of the regular season and the beginning of the postseason. Duke, South Carolina and Oklahoma State were among the teams that took home hardware recognizing their respective conference championships, but bigger challenges await in conference tournaments across the country, as well as in the NCAA tournament.

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Here are the best goals from Week 10 of women's action.

Jordan DiBiasi – Stanford

Stanford won a major showdown against No. 6 UCLA on Thursday, when the Cardinal defeated the Bruins 1-0. Jordan DiBiasi scored the game's only goal in the 28th minute.

Kat McDonald – Duke

The Blue Devils clinched the ACC regular season championship after going undefeated during conference play. Duke's final ACC game was a 1-0 win against Virginia that wasn't decided until the 87th minute, when Kat McDonald made a run into the box and beat the Cavaliers' keeper.

Bridgette Andrzejewski – North Carolina

North Carolina had a flair for the dramatic on Thursday, when the Tar Heels tied Notre Dame in the 90th minute of their ACC regular season finale. The game ended in a 1-1 draw after two overtime periods, but Bridgette Andrzejewski was the hero for UNC thanks to her late goal.

Ashleigh Plumptre – USC

USC sophomore Ashleigh Plumptre scored her second consecutive game-winner as she placed a long-distance strike into the upper 90 of the goal against California.

Jessie Fleming – UCLA

UCLA sophomore midfielder Jessie Fleming scored the game-winner in the Bruins' 3-0 win over Washington last Sunday. She blasted a shot from roughly 25 yards out that sailed over the keeper's head.

Dina Orschmann – UCF

Even though UCF's final regular season game was a 1-1 tie against South Florida, the result was enough for the Knights to win the AAC title. Dina Orschmann collected a cross and beat the opposing keeper to the left for her sixth goal of the year.

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