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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | September 25, 2017

Best goals from Week 5

  Florida's Deanna Rose scored two goals, including the game-winner, against Iowa State.

Through the first five weeks of the women's soccer season, every Division I team in the country has suffered a loss or taken a draw – except for Texas. The Longhorns are the last perfect team in the nation as conference play gets in full swing, which set up major Week 5 matchups like Clemson-North Carolina, Alabama-LSU, and Cal-Washington.

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Here are the best goals from Week 5.

Heather Kaleiohi – West Virginia

The Mountaineers won their Big 12 opener on the road against Baylor, 2-1, in overtime. Heather Kaleiohi scored the game's first goal in the 88th minute on this beautiful strike.

Ashley Sanchez – UCLA

After a physical run through the Colorado defense, Anika Rodriguez crossed the ball into the box, where Ashley Sanchez finished it for the game-winner.

Dorian Bailey – North Carolina

The Tar Heels improved to 31-1-1 over ACC foe Clemson with a 1-0 victory over the Tigers. Madison Schultz's strike glanced off the crossbar but Dorian Bailey was there to head in the game-winner.

Tierna Davidson – Stanford

Stanford's attack looked like a pinball machine when scoring its first goal in a 2-1 win against Washington State. Tierna Davidson started a run on the Cardinal's half of the field and got three teammates involved in the play before she scored the game's first goal.

Imani Dorsey – Duke

Freshman Karlie Paschall and senior Imani Dorsey joined forces for a give-and-go that resulted in Duke's third goal in a 3-0 win against Virginia Tech.

Deanne Rose – Florida

The Gators pulled out a 2-1 win over Iowa State in overtime thanks to Deanne Rose's pair of goals, including the game-winning golden goal.

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