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PHOTOS: VCU Gets One Goal and the Win Against LaSalle

The Rams dominated much of the play, especially in the first half.

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Official VCU Game Summary

Score: VCU 1, La Salle 0
Location: Richmond, Va. (Sports Backers Stadium)
Records: VCU 4-1-7 (2-0-2), La Salle 6-5-0 (1-3-0)

The short story: Junior forward Aisha Maughan scored the games lone goal on a penalty kick which pushed VCU past La Salle, 1-0

QUICK FACTS

  • Maughan’s goal was her second of the season
  • Senior goalkeeper Whitney Horton four saves in her sixth shutout of the season
  • The Rams shot the ball 16 times, six of them on goal compared to the Explorers eight shots, four on goal
  • VCU had seven chances from the corner while La Salle had just one
  • La Salle’s goalkeeper Michela Auguadro made five saves


HOW IT HAPPENED

  • In the 24th minute, Maughan drove into the box and drew a foul. She lined up for the penalty kick and fired one past the keeper to give the Rams a 1-0 lead
  • Maughan threatened to strike again in the 40th minute when she lined a shot up towards the bottom right corner of the net but La Salle’s Auguadro made the save
  • Horton made a big stop as the half winded down in the 44th minute when La Salle’s Leah Giles forced a shot towards the bottom center of the net.
  • La Salle’s Giles had another last minute big opportunity in the 89th minute when she forced Horton to make a save with her hands


UP NEXT
VCU faces cross-town rival Richmond on the road on Sunday, Oct. 2, at 3 p.m. Fans can watch the action on ESPN+

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