The two teams combined for a total of 5 shots on goal and only 19 shots overall.
The Rams dominated much of the play, especially in the first half.
Despite controlling most of the game the Rams only managed a draw in the last 3 minutes of the game.
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...
George Washington scored first but VCU tied it up and scored in extra time to take the win.
The Demon Deacons scored two in the first half and easily held that lead to the final whistle.
JMU was doomed by an Aileen Guthrie goal with only 14 seconds left in the game.
VCU placed five of its 15 shots on frame, two of those shots ended up being goals.
The Rams limited the Wildcats to just three total shots in the match.
A Samantha Jerabek goal in the 81st minute evened the scoring as VCU Women's Soccer battled William & Mary to a 1-1 draw Friday night.