The Rams kept pushing for a tying goal, but could not find the shot they wanted, with things wrapping up...
VCU out shot the Billikens 13-1 in the second half, with six shots on goal.
The Rams only scored once but that is all they needed to defeat cross-town rival University of Richmond.
The visitors notched four goals and the Rams could only answer with one second half goal.
The Rams finished with 10 shots, with three on goal while Maryland had 14 shots and sent six on goal.
A second half goal by junior Damian Gallegos gave VCU Men's Soccer (0-0-1) a 1-1 draw in its season opener against No. 23 New Hampshire.
The evening didn't go as planned for the lady Rams as they lost 2-0.
A last-minute free kick by Dayton ended VCU's playoff dreams.
Saturday was Senior Night and the last home game of the regular season for the Rams and they finished it off with style.
The two teams combined for a total of 5 shots on goal and only 19 shots overall.