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Photos and Game Summary: VCU Women Lose Hard Fought Battle Against St. Joseph’s

A similar story the men on Friday. The women gave up a goal in the waning minutes of the game and ran out of time to tie it up.

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Official Game Summary

Score: Saint Joseph’s 1, (RV)/#25 VCU 0
Location: Richmond, Va. (Sports Backers Stadium)
Records: (RV)/#25 VCU 13-3-0 (9-1-0 Atlantic 10), Saint Joseph’s 5-11-2 (5-5-0 A-10)

The short story: Despite the Rams dominating possession, the Hawks scored in the 87th minute to grab a 1-0 win in the regular season finale.

QUICK FACTS

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • Gutzmer had the first scoring chance of the day in the seventh minute, taking her first touch around a defender, and firing a low-angle shot at the near post that forced a kick save.
  • In the 36th minute, Jerabek got a foot to a cross that then fell to Kershner, who slid to put a shot towards goal that was blocked.
  • Seconds before halftime, sophomore winger Ella Higgins ran onto a bouncing ball in the box and volleyed a shot over the bar.
  • VCU looked dangerous throughout the second half, racking up 15 corner kicks and 14 total shots in the period.
  • Young made a good save in the 60th minute, diving to her right to stop a breakaway attempt.
  • In the 69th minute, Kershner flicked a Jerabek cross with the outside of her foot inches over the bar.
  • The Rams had a strong double chance in the 75th, with Gutzmer laying a ball of for Kropinack, whose shot was saved, and junior midfielder Anna Bagley pushing the rebound just wide.
  • The Hawks scored the lone goal of the game on a corner kick, with Ashley Orendac flicking a header from Danielle Stuart’s first touch and Natalie Nevins’ service.

UP NEXT
VCU hosts a rematch against Saint Joseph’s in the Atlantic 10 quarterfinals on Saturday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. from Sports Backers Stadium.

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