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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | September 3, 2017

Watch the top goals from Week 2 in women's soccer

  Hailie Mace has been one of UCLA's best offensive threats this season.

The women's soccer season is back and in full swing. Six different teams received a first-place vote in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll and nine teams in the top 25 have already suffered a loss.

RELATED: No. 6 West Virginia holds off No. 4 Penn State for 2-1 victory

We're back with the best goals from Week 2 of the women's soccer season, featuring game-winners, upsets and overtime goals.

Hailie Mace – UCLA

Hailie Mace's left-footed strike in the 16th minute was the only goal of the game as UCLA defeated BYU. The Bruins improved to 5-0 with the win.

Mace also recorded a first-half hat trick against Santa Clara.

Alessia Russo – North Carolina

North Carolina ran past Auburn 5-0 and Alessia Russo started the scoring with a blast from almost 30 yards out that found the upper-90.

Sh'Nia Gordon, Lauren Segalla – West Virginia

West Virginia handled No. 4 Penn State 2-1 after jumping out to a two-goal lead in the first half. Sh'Nia Gordon finished off a beautiful cross from Hannah Abraham with her left foot for the game's first goal, then Lauren Segalla chipped a shot over the Penn State goalkeeper's head later in the half.

Shannon Simon – Washington

The Huskies pulled off a huge upset of No. 2 Florida after Shannon Simon's goal in the 2nd minute of action. Washington held on for the win.

Jeni Erickson – Clemson

Clemson defeated VCU 1-0 on Friday after Jeni Erickson headed in the game-winner off of an assist from Dani Antieau.

Ryan Gareis – South Carolina

South Carolina won a pair of games at the Notre Dame Invitational, and the Gamecocks kicked off their weekend with a 1-0 win over the Fighting Irish in double overtime. Freshman forward Ryan Gareis scored the game-winner in the 102nd minute.

Parker Roberts – Florida

The Gators started the season 4-0 for the first time since 2010 thanks to a 2-1 victory against Syracuse. Parker Roberts scored the game-winner in the 57th minute with a well-placed shot just inside the right post. You can watch the play below beginning at the 0:45 mark.

Kyra Carusa – Stanford

Stanford ran away from No. 10 Georgetown 4-0 and Kyra Carusa put the finishing touch on the win with her goal in the 78th minute – her fourth of the season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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