Texas, the last remaining Division I women's soccer team with a perfect record, kept its winning streak going in Week 6, as the Longhorns escaped Texas Tech in double overtime, winning 3-2, to improve to 11-0 this season. Elsewhere, Cal extended its winning streak to seven games and Stanford has a chance to finish the season with a top-10 scoring offense of all-time.
Here are the best goals from Week 6 of women's soccer action.
Cyera Hintzen, Texas
Cyera Hintzen scored her seventh goal of the season in overtime against Texas Tech, keeping the Longhorns' perfect record intact. It was an incredible blast from outside the box.
Ashton Miller, Duke
Ashton Miller scored the game-winner for the Blue Devils in the 39th minute as she stopped a clearance from a Louisville defender and blasted it past the Cardinals' keeper.
Nicole Molen, USC
The Trojans shut out Oregon State 4-0 and Nicole Molen got in on the scoring with a beautiful header in the 20th minute off of a corner kick.
Deanne Rose, Florida
Florida blanked Alabama 3-0 behind two goals from Deanne Rose, including this run into the box, where she took one touch and bent her shot around the keeper.
Jordan DiBiasi, Stanford
The Cardinal won its seventh consecutive match – a 1-0 victory over Arizona – thanks to Jordan DiBiasi's rebound goal in the 67th minute. It took a third effort from Stanford after Cataraina Macario's shot deflected off the crossbar and DiBiasi's header was stopped by the Wildcats' keeper.
Christine Creighton, UCF
Christine Creighton put the finishing touches on UCF's 6-1 victory over Tulsa. She sent a blast from 25 yards out the went over the keeper's head and into the goal. You can watch the goal beginning at the 0:08 mark below.
Ashley Sanchez, UCLA
UCLA won its Pac-12 opener on the road against Colorado. Ashley Sanchez scored the game-winner for the Bruins after Anika Rodriguez manuevered her way down the left side of the field and into the box.
Abby Givens, Princeton
Princeton defeated Dartmouth 2-0 and Abby Givens scored both goals for the No. 14 Tigers. Her second score was on a long counter-attack in which she weaved through Dartmouth's defense.
Check out the highlights from today's 2-0 win at Dartmouth for your 14th-ranked Tigers: pic.twitter.com/Bd6kqn75QP— Princeton WSoccer (@PrincetonWSoc) September 30, 2017