VCU placed five of its 15 shots on frame, two of those shots ended up being goals.
It only took one goal for the visitors to beat the Rams. The Rams outshot the Colonials 13-8 but couldn't find the back of the net.
The Rams limited the Wildcats to just three total shots in the match.
Rams goalkeeper Brecht Haakma recorded a season-high eight saves in the match as Virginia outshot VCU 24-5.
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.
After a slow first half the Rams scored two in the second half and maintained a clean sheet in the first home game of the year.
The season didn't go quite as planned for the women's team but the finished on a high note on Sunday.
It was not VCU's night at Sports Backers Stadium as they lost to St. Louis 4-0.
Washington Spirit will take on the Regular Season Champions North Carolina Courage on March 17th.