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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | October 22, 2017

Game-winners in double OT highlight best goals

  Freshman Mason Toye scored the game-winner for Indiana in double OT against Wisconsin.

Indiana's shutout streak ended after nine games but the No. 1-ranked Hoosiers remain undefeated on the season after a draw on the road against Butler and a home win against Wisconsin. However, some other top teams weren't as fortune as No. 3 Maryland suffered its first loss of the season against Coastal Carolina and Akron took down No. 13 Notre Dame 2-0.

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Here are the best goals from Week 8 of men's soccer action.

Mason Toye – Indiana

The No. 1 team in the country? Check. A golden goal in double overtime? Check. This game-winner from Indiana freshman Mason Toye gave the top-ranked Hoosiers a 2-1 win over Wisconsin.

Lucas del Rosario – North Carolina

North Carolina freshman Lucas del Rosario scored the equalizer, then the game-winner in double overtime as the Tar Heels downed Old Dominion 2-1. His first goal was a header in the 88th minute and he finished off a cross from Jeremy Kelly in the 102nd minute for the win.

Michael Pimlott – Michigan State

Michael Pimlott scored his first goal of the season on an absolute laser of a strike from outside the box in the 77th minute against Northwestern.

Jean-Christophe Koffi – Virginia

Virginia junior midfielder Jean-Christophe Koffi scored the game-winner for the Cavaliers in the 107th minute in UVA's 2-1 win against Pitt after making an incredible individual effort across midfield, finishing in the upper-90.

Chris Lema – Georgetown

Senior midfielder Chris Lema scored twice in Georgetown's 3-0 victory against Seton Hall. He put the finishing touches on the win with a blast from outside the box that snuck inside the right post.

Mohamed Thiaw – Louisville

Mohamed Thiaw scored twice in Louisville's 3-2 loss to NC State. His second goal came from inside the six-yard box as he beat the Wolfpack's keeper to the left from a tough angle.

Amir Bashti – Stanford

Stanford stretched its undefeated streak to six games with a 2-1 win against Washington. Amir Bashti scored the first goal of the game with a quick reaction on a volley.

Alessandro Campoy – Florida International

Sophomore midfielder Alessandro Campoy scored the game-winner for Florida International after taking a lofting chip pass from Matias Barraza.

Frantzdy Pierrot – Coastal Carolina

Coastal Carolina picked up a huge road win in College Park, Md., by taking down No. 2 Maryland thanks to Frantzdy Pierrot's bicycle kick goal.

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